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Happy July!

1 Jul

British Summer is here…

The covers are off and Wimbledon is underway, a number of summer sports have begun and its National Picnic Month!

National Picnic Month aims to provide people with ideal opportunity to get together over a picnic and discuss advice, tips, recipes and enjoy the great British outdoors!

Picnicking is one of the UK’s most enjoyable summer traditions, and is a great way of taking advantage of any open spaces in your local area over the warmer months of the year.

After you’ve finished eating, there is also the opportunity to take advantage of being ouydoors and engage the whole family in games, sports, or a walk around the park. Find new ways to get active this summer by trying new sports like kayaking, windsurfing, volleyball or even rock climbing!

BUT dont forget to use your MacWet Gloves!

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Wimbledon is on its way!

23 Jun

Wimbledon is a great British Institution, not only is it the oldest tennis tournament in the world it is also regarded the most prestigious.

Every year thousands of tennis fans head to Wimbledon to watch their sporting heroes hit balls at one another over 100mph! Not to mention indulging in strawberries and cream!

In honour of the start of Wimbledon we have put a list together of interesting Wimbledon facts….

1. In 1995 Tim Henman became the first ever person to be disqualified from Wimbledon.

2. During the Wimbledon Championships 54,250 balls are used- stored at 68 degrees F.

3. During World War II, 5 bombs hit Centre Court, destroying 1,200 seats. It took 9 years for the court to be fully restored.

4. Each year at Wimbledon 28,000kg of strawberries are eaten along with 7,000 litres of cream.

5. The records for fastest serve are Taylor Dent, clocked at 148 mph (2010) and Venus Williams with 129 mph (2008)

 

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Summer is on its way!

4 Jun

So, now it’s June and summer is finally on its way (Hooray!), there are plenty of outdoor summer activities to take part in!

Here are 5 facts about MacWet MicroMesh Gloves that we recommend using for summer!

1. MacWet’s original mesh glove, developed for warmer weather.

2. They have been specifically designed to aid circulation of airflow around the hand.

3. MacWet’s unique Aquatec® fabric responds to moisture and climate change, giving maximum grip, sensitivity, feel and comfort at all times, no matter how wet or humid.

4. They are made of  65% Polyamide 31% Polyurethane 4% Elastane.

5. They are used for over 35 sports; perfect for summer sports such as watersports, golf, biking any outdoor activity you can think of!

Visit http://www.macwet.com and take a look at the full range!

Happy Summer Days!

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The Top 5 Places to Play Golf in the UK as National Golf Month ‘Tees Off’

7 May

As May marks National Golf Month, we have put a list together of the top 5 places to play golf in the UK 2015/16…

1. Murifield

2. Royal County Down (Championship)

3.St Andrews (Old)

4. Trump Turnberry Resort (Aisla)

5. Royal Birkdale

 

 

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MacWet for Biking

24 Feb

Are you a keen mountain biker? MacWet gloves could be the perfect addition to your gear. Our ‘all grip, no slip’ technology ensures that you have maximum feeling, control and grip in all weather conditions.

There are two versions of our gloves available for purchase. Our ‘Micromesh’ gloves are developed specifically for use in warmer weather, allowing your hands to breathe. Our ‘Climatec’ gloves offer water resistance and protection from the wind in colder conditions, all the while allowing the wearer to retain complete feeling in their hands.

You can find out more or purchase a pair of gloves here.

MacWet joins Pinterest

8 May

MacWet has recently joined Pinterest and we’ve been busy building our boards – we’re adding images of all the sports we love as well as all of the sports and activities MacWet gloves are useful for.

Check out some of our boards here: https://pinterest.com/macwet/ and here’s a quick taster!

Things MacWet ❤:

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Dog Walking

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Boating