Living in Minnesota means about 7 months out of the year it’s cold. And about 4 months out the year gloves are a must. Even with these known facts our politicians and local sports teams thought it was a spectacular idea to build outdoor stadiums! Now everyone can be out in the elements when it’s -11!! Woohoo!!! I can not even go into the lack of common sense that went into these decisions. Anywho, one drawbacks of having an outdoor stadium (or in our case several to choose from) when attending sporting events is you need to bundle up to keep warm. And with bundling up comes gloves. And with gloves on you really cannot clap or be heard by your favorite team. Everything is muffled because of the fabric. So how do the players hear YOUR clapping when they are announced or make a score? That’s where Fan Hands come in.
What are Fan Hands? They are these (surprisingly warm) gloves that have plastic on the palm and fingers so when you clap your hands you will be heard. My first thought was these sure would have been perfect when I was in highschool and cheerleading! We had to take out gloves off to cheer so people could hear us clap. But if we would’ve had these we could’ve kept our hands warm. I also thought about how these are perfect to wear when my daughter has as a soccer game in the fall. Towards the end of the season the weather can be a tad chilly. But I like to cheer her on. With Fan Hands she’ll be able to hear me clapping when she makes a good move. And of course these are perfect for the outdoor stadiums. Now you can cover your hands and give them protection from the cold without stifling your enthusiasm.
Fan Hands come in youth, s/m and l/xl and multiple colors. We chose pink because that’s one of Peyton’s favorite colors. But you can get your favorite sport team colors or your favorite color. All Fan Hands work the same. Just put them on and start clapping.
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Linda Manns Linneman says
These are so nice I would love a pair of these for myself. Thank you for sharing