So, if you're like most people you have most likely undoubtedly at some point licked your fingers for better grip.
Whether you were reading the news paper, reading a book, looking through a magazine or even counting all your money, you have most likely done the nasty habit of licking your fingers to help get through it all, and why? Well, let's face it, it works.... Cleaning our fingertips by first moistening them exposes our fingerprints, the traction necessary to grasp and separate paper and plastic bags.
Have you ever had to lick your fingers to open a trash bag or more often than not been at the grocery store bagging meats and/or produce and realized that the ONLY way to open that bag is to lick your shopping cart pushing, all over the nation produce handled selecting, dirty fingers, to get it open? Me too, that's where The HYGRiP Band comes in.
There's been an age old habit, a nasty, dirty, unreliable habit. It's a bad habit that can make one sick and not even realize how and where from. In fact, numerous athletes, of all ages and gender from bantam leagues to pros have been doing this nasty habit since the dawn of competition. Yes, athletes a lot of athletes lick their fingers for better grip!
Sure, there's a solution for achieving better grip for those athletes who wear tacky gloves, but tacky gloves make contact and transfer every bit of harmful agent just as well as not wearing them, because in order to keep tacky gloves gripping surface working, they must be clean and free of debris.
Athletes who wear tacky gloves who don't use The HYGRiP Band in conjunction, still lick there gloves, in fact, you will notice they will lick the whole palm and fingertips to maintain it's function.
In many different sports athletes lick their fingers.
Basketball players, girls, boys, men, women, all gender and all ages lick their fingers for better grip on the ball, but also to wipe the bottoms of their shoes for better traction
Pitchers in baseball will step off the mound lick their fingers for better grip producing better control before stepping back onto the mound.
Soccer goalies lick their gloves for better grip which helps them catch, redirect, and throw the ball with better accuracy.
Volleyball players lick their fingers before serving for better control, also to wipe the bottoms of their shoes for better traction.