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Move aside, pockets, there’s a new kid in town. That’s how the people at Glove Guard would have it, anyway. Glove Guards are little two-ended clips designed to hold your gloves to a belt or belt loop, which seems silly when those same pants are likely equipped with that age-old innovation — pockets. Still, these would improve comfort — jammed into a fabric envelope and bunched up against one’s hip, gloves never seem to lie comfortably. But, as an added bonus, the clips have a breakaway portion to keep you from getting sucked into the chipper.

$5 a pop is a bit steep for such a low-grade innovation, but I can see these being the new Chip Clip. Maybe the designers had one thing in mind, but the market will probably come up with hundreds of additional uses.

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6 Responses to Glove Guards

  1. Bob says:

    I’m sorry but this just screams “Metrosexual”

  2. Lex Dodson says:

    They’re pretty darn conspicuous, yeah.

  3. Eric says:

    An actual review from someone who bought it

  4. Ross says:

    I use these for my work gloves. Since at times work takes me to the top of tower cranes I can’t afford to drop anything. So far they have done the job for me much better than trying to find a pocket for my gloves. They also keep me from misplacing my gloves. Well worth it IMHO.

  5. Brau says:

    Never could stand things hanging loose and swinging around my waist, but I can see these might come in handy now and then when you’re in places you can’t really afford to drop stuff.

  6. blore40 says:

    A couple of binder clips “borrowed” from the office should do this.

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