Elastic InterfaceÆ ís innovative Palm Technology now also available on the new DHB Aeron Mitts
Elastic InterfaceÆ and DHB have been proud partners for many years. Today the English company launches on the market its new Aeron Mitts and chooses the exclusive EIT Palm technology to offer maximum comfort, safe and effective grip and ergonomics.
San Vendemiano (TV) 20 April 2021 ñ DHB, the well-known British clothing brand owned by Wiggle, launches its new Aeron Mitts. As is already the case with several other labels, the British brand’s collaboration with Elastic InterfaceÆ now extends from shorts to the hand-handlebar interface.
DHB’s new Aeron Mitts use the innovative EIT Palm technology, with a three-dimensional, anatomical, seamless palm.
EIT Palm Technology by Elastic InterfaceÆ is the first three-dimensional, seamless and elastic palm designed for cycling gloves. It respects the anatomy of the hand, improves blood flow and relieves pressure on the ulnar nerve. Its three-dimensional design is developed based on anthropometric parameters and with the support of the University of Padua (Department of Biomedical Sciences).
Launched in September 2019, Elastic InterfaceÆ Palm Technology is revolutionising the world of cycling gloves: this “hand pad” represents the sum of years of research and development by the brand, in the field of bibshorts protection. An expertise that has made the company the global leader in cycling comfort.
DHB chose the Slim version for its Aeron Mitts. Developed by Elastic InterfaceÆ for road or off-road use the Slim Palm offers single density padding, with strategically placed perforations to provide breathability and comfort. Its anatomical shape improves blood circulation in the hand and relieves pressure on the ulnar nerve.
Very light, ideal for summer cycling, the new Aeron Mitts have an extremely elastic upper fabric, which ensures a great fit and removes the need for a traditional closure system. Featuring refined details such as pull tabs on the wrist and between the middle fingers as well as a very soft nose wipe, the new gloves are available to purchase from .
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