NEW YORK– Dry Glove USA has introduced an antiperspirant lotion that will keep golfer’s hands dry for hours extending the life of your golf glove and making your round more enjoyable. Dry Glove lotion is also effective in other activities where dry hands are needed and gloves are used including baseball and racquet sports.
Many athletes change gloves frequently during play due to excessive perspiration. Dry Glove solves this problem by keeping your hands dry for hours, is non-sticky, non-chalky, odorless and dries in seconds.
Just apply a small quarter sized dollop of Dry Glove to the palm of your hand, rub it in for a few seconds and the product will disappear. Hands will stay dry for several hours, helping preserve expensive gloves. The lotion can be reapplied as often as needed.
“Our goal was to develop a product that not only keeps golfer’s hands dry, but extends the life of expensive golf gloves and other sports gloves,” said Dry Glove USA founder Brad Nazzarini, a former college golfer for the University of Alabama who has also played professionally. “We’re eager to improve golfers and other athletes comfort and enhance overall performance. Using Dry Glove will give the user a better grip in any conditions especially hot and humid weather.”
Dry Glove works just as well for any sport requiring dry hands and the use of gloves, including racquetball, baseball, tennis, pickleball, weightlifting, hockey, cycling and others.
Dry Glove antiperspirant lotion can be purchased at https://drygloveusa.com/, amazon.com and ebay.com. The 1.75 Oz tubes retail for $11.99 each. Discounts are available for bulk and wholesale purchases.
About Dry Glove USA
Dry Glove USA was founded in 2018 by a former college golfer who realized the need for the product. Manufactured in the United States, Dry Glove was in development for two years and the first orders were shipped in January, 2020 from the company’s fulfillment center in Phoenix, Ariz. Dry Glove USA is focusing on distribution to golfers and golf courses as well as all athletes who rely on dry hands for top performance.
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Al Abrams, JHamilton PR
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