Ergodyne Receives Patent on ProFlex 925(F)x Glove

Words: Dan Kamys

Launched in September 2009, the 925F(x) delivers a unique combination of impact protection, durability, abrasion resistance and grip unlike any dorsal impact protection alternative on the market today.

About Ergodyne

Ergodyne has pioneered the development of products for worker protection and performance in the United States, Canada and Europe for more than 25 years. During that time, the company has built a complete line of products that provide protection, regulate temperature and enhance productivity. These include ProFlex® precision purpose gloves, ProFlex® Knee Pads, ProFlex®  Supports, Trex™ footwear accessories, Chill-Its® cooling products, N-Ferno™ warming products, GloWear® high-visibility apparel, Squids® lanyards, Arsenal® equipment storage systems and gear bags, and CORE Performance Work Wear™. For more information on Ergodyne’s complete line of gear, visit



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