Shooting Edge Technology PROTX KEVLAR ARMORED HAND GUARD Triple Layer Kevlar Protection -Protects the back of your hand from misfired arrows. -Reduces the torque on the bow handle. Which is one of the causes of misfired arrows. -Quiet, soft, durable construction. Promotes confident safe shooting every time, knowing you are protected by the Protx Kevlar Armored Hand Guard. Best if used with all arrows such as Easton Arrows, Gold Tip Arrows and Beman Arrows. But don't leave out using the glove with your Carbon Tech Arrows, Carbon Express, PSE Carbon Force Arrows and Victory Arrows. Glove Size Chart To ensure a proper fit: -Measure your hand with a tape measure around the knuckles of your hand. Location indicated by the red line in the illustration shown here. -Measure your hand that holds the bow riser (for example's see pictures below). Left hand if your a right handed shooter, right hand if your a left handed shooter. Note: We indicate glove size by inches and by Small, Medium, Large, etc. For example if your measurement is a 9 " but your wrist and thumb part of hand is larger than normal we would recommend one size larger. Your gloves should fit a bit loose, they'll form fit with use. Remember if you're not completely satisfied with the glove size, just send the glove back for another size! General Sizes small 8 inches 20.3 cm medium 8.5 inches 21.6 cm large 9 inches 22.9 cm x-large 9.5 inches 24.1 cm xx-large 10 inches 25.4 cm WARNING Intended to reduce potential risk of injury to the back of the hand from misfired arrows. May not prevent all injuries. Cut resistant not cut proof. Puncture resistant not puncture proof. Sharp pointed or high velocity projectiles can penetrate Kevlar armor. Not liable for misuse.
I've been using the ProTX now for three months. Short story is a better, more consistent grip resulting in tighter groups.
Longer story is the peace of mind and safety this glove brings.
Several years ago I was hunting deer in the beautiful Northern Arizona Kaibab forest when my AAC carbon arrow snapped upon launching at one of the iconic squirrels. I was lucky in that several small carbon fibers ripped into my bow hand rather than the main shaft. When I removed the cotton glove, (gloves are a must in my opinion as to not stick to the grip) it was impossible to access the damage due to the amazing amount of blood. I used both gloves twisted around the hand to slow the bleeding and walked less than a mile back to camp. Once cleaned up, I spent several hours of precious hunting time pulling shards of carbon out of my hand, constantly washing away blood, and wondering how this could have been prevented.
Flex your arrows, run down the edge for flaws, carefully knok the darn thing and one day it may still ruin your hunt. Wear this glove as well and know you have done all you can to shoot accurately and significantly more safely. I didn't get all the carbon out. It is an every day reminder of a bad day that could have been life altering. I use it every time now of course, and would never consider to watch my friends, wife, and kids share the love of archery with-out this glove!
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