As with any competitive sport, gaming is about small margins. You might see your enemy first, but fast fingers will always win the day. To keep your hands working at lightning speed, the Middle Finger Gaming Gloves provide support and blister protection.

– Gloves are designed specifically for gaming comfort

– Digital leather prevents blisters and compression material improves circulation

– Design prevents pain and excess sweat while providing total dexterity

Why you need gaming gloves

They say it takes 10,000 hours to master anything. It takes many, many more hours of practice to become a champion.

Your mind is probably quite happy to spend every waking hour defeating rivals, but your body may struggle. Fingers were made for peanut butter and pointing, not relentless button-mashing. This is where the Gaming Gloves can make a big difference.

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They kinda look like mountain-biking gloves, and for good reason. They are fingerless apart from the middle finger. Along with your palm, this finger is covered in leather to prevent blisters. It’s the material of choice for Major League Gaming players, providing the perfect balance of support and flexibility.

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In addition, the gloves improve the circulation in your hands. Just like Usain Bolt in his joggers, this helps to keep those all-important twitch muscles working at top speed. That said, the gloves have also been designed to prevent sweat build-up.

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Finally, there is an optional thumb splint for extra support. You won’t need this for every session, but it comes in useful for marathon hot streaks.

“We’ve designed the coolest gaming glove that finally combines comfort and control.” — IceHawk Gaming on Kickstarter

What we ❤️

The design has clearly been thought through, taking into account comfort and performance.

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Future designs

It would be great to see another version for PC gamers.

Availability

Kickstarter:  Until June 18th 

Pledge: $19 (Super Early Bird)

Delivery: October 2017

 

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Meet Mark Myerson

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.