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Honma introduces new glove collection 

2.15pm 10th March 2022 - New Products

Leading Japanese golf brand HONMA is introducing a new range of gloves for men and women that promise premium performance through the use of premium materials.

Offering enhanced grip and stretchability, the gloves are made from a soft yet durable synthetic material that enables golfers to play comfortably with a top-end glove for longer.

The gloves incorporate Torayca – an advanced material which is also used in the brand’s premium BERES shafts – to deliver unrivalled stretch and grip during play, before returning to its original snug fit when taken off.

The premium materials promise more durability than traditional leather without compromising on feel.

Honma men’s glove in black

“HONMA strives to incorporate the most premium materials into all of our products and we can now offer a new range of gloves that match this promise,” said Tony Scott, Head of Marketing, HONMA Golf Europe. “Just like our golf clubs, the production quality of the gloves is exceptional, and we are confident that they will be popular with golfers across Europe.”.

As well as providing optimal grip and a soft, comfortable feel, the gloves are packaged in a user-friendly and reusable capsule that is large enough to store two golf balls. The case features a clip to allow it to be attached to a golf bag for ease of access.

The men’s gloves are available in Black/White and Black/Black colours in Small, Medium, Medium/Large, and Large. The women’s gloves come in White/White and White/Pink, with a choice of Extra Small, Small, and Medium sizes.

The collection of gloves is available now across Europe for right-handed golfers only with an RRP of €17.99/£15.95.

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