We live in a world where our office chairs, our car seats, our keyboards and our phones are designed with ergonomics in mind. It’s no longer a stretch for us to believe the right chair design can improve our posture or a funky keyboard can help reduce the risk of carpal tunnel syndrome.
It should come as no surprise that ergonomic design is now also being used to improve the experience of wearing gloves. In the future, you may choose gloves not only based on certain features or the level of protection they provide – but also based on how they support the long-term health of the muscles and joints in your hands and arms. It’s true, and it starts with ergonomics.