Ride your bike longer with padded glove Advertiser Staff and News Services
Sometimes the only thing preventing a long distance cyclist from achieving a goal is hand numbness or fatigue. That's why the Spenco company worked with A. Robert Spitzer, a neurologist, to develop Ironman Cycling Gloves with padding and pockets of gel in the palms. They are said to help reduce the effects of road shock, allowing for longer, more comfortable rides. Reduction of pressure on the median nerve helps protect the rider from developing carpal tunnel syndrome. The gloves come in three models ($23-$40) and are sold at Bike Werx in Mililani Town Center and online at www.ironmanlive.com under cycling products.
'EXORCISM OF EMILY ROSE' TOPS TICKET SALES LAST WEEKEND
"The Exorcism of Emily Rose" exceeded all industry expectations last weekend to single-handedly rejuvenate the domestic box office. "Emily Rose," with an estimate gross of a terrifying $30.2 million, is mostly about the real-life legal wrangling in the aftermath of an attempted exorcism. It became the third highest grossing September premiere ever, after only "Sweet Home Alabama" ($35.6 million) and "Rush Hour" ($33 million). Taking second, well behind "Emily Rose," was "The 40-Year-Old Virgin," which made $7.9 million in its fourth weekend and now has made $82.3 million total.
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