Ringers Gloves' Christmas Special: Buy One Pair of DriverX, Get Two Pairs of Authentics Free

Ringers Gloves’ Christmas Special: Buy One Pair of DriverX, Get Two Pairs of Authentics Free

Ringers Gloves is offering our amazing single-layer DriverX racing glove, rated at SFI 3.3/1 (available in black, blue or red), for $89.99. But wait. Not only will you receive one of the best and safest driving gloves in the racing industry, but you will also get two pairs of the gloves that started it all, the Ringers Authentic Gloves, for free!

Just in time for the holidays! Ringers Gloves has one heck of a deal for those racers and racing enthusiasts on your Christmas wish list. Ringers Gloves is offering our amazing single-layer DriverX racing glove, rated at SFI 3.3/1 (available in black, blue or red) for $89.99. But wait. Not only will you receive one of the best and safest driving gloves in the racing industry, but you will also get two pairs of the gloves that started it all, the Ringers Authentic Gloves, for free!

In 2001, Ringers formed an alliance with Chapman Thermal Products, the makers of the innovative material CarbonX, to develop the first racing glove utilizing this cutting-edge technology.

CarbonX is a virtually fireproof material made by spinning O-PAN (oxidized polyacrylonitrile) with an Aramid strengthening fiber. The reason the material can hold a flame for an extreme amount of time (120 seconds without burning through) is because the flame actually carbonizes the material allowing it to expand and eliminate the amount of oxygen within the fabric.

Redesigned for 2006, the Ringers Authentic Glove incorporates Clarino leather throughout the fingers and palm, as well as a tough spandex top, hidden seam, snug fit design and quality that gives our gloves a long, extended life.

To get this offer, visit your participating Ringers authorized dealer or distributor. Don’t know where to find a Ringers’ dealer/distributor near you? Call Ringers Gloves at (800) 421-8454.

For more information on Ringers’ product line, visit www.ringersgloves.com.

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