Gig Gear Showcases Full Line of Gloves at LDI 2017

by Michael Eddy
Gig Gear gloves
Gig Gear gloves

Gig Gear LLC, maker of Gig Gloves—protective work gloves made specifically for music and live event professionals by music and live event professionals—announces it will be exhibiting at for the first time at LDI from Nov. 13–19 in Las Vegas.

“Gig Gloves have come a long way in becoming the standard work glove for production professionals in the music, concert and touring industries as well as theater tech which includes staging and lighting,” said Danny Shatzkes, founder of Gig Gear. “We are excited to show our gloves at LDI 2017 to lighting and stage professionals that work in all other live production environments while continuing to grow our user base considerably. We know there are many professionals out there that are lifting and moving heavy equipment on a daily basis and are not properly protecting their most important tool—their hands. We can’t wait to show them how they can do so with Gig Gloves.”

Featuring strong nylon threading throughout, Gig Gloves boast TPR molding on the back of the hand and fingers to ensure ultimate protection against impact, abrasions, or pinching. Fold-over fingertips allow for use of smaller tools and items, and Gig Gloves work with touchscreen devices without needing to remove the gloves. They are available in three models: Original Gig Gloves, all-black Gig Gloves Onyx and fleece-lined Thermo Gig Gloves and come in 6 sizes (XS-XXL).

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