Extreme conditions don’t stop the most dedicated golfers from teeing it up.
One’s bravery is tested, however, when your hands get cold or wet and gripping a club becomes tough.
Former NFL quarterback and Northwestern University standout Mike Kafka has a product for cold-weather golfers. Kafka launched Roo Outdoor, which released the Inferno Hand Pouch to help keep one’s hands warm during any outdoor activity. The insulated pouch is seven-millimeters thick and contains a water-resistant outer layer.
Two styles of the pouch—the terrain (shown) and the sport—are available in a variety of colors.
Both pouches ($40-$60) adjust to find the proper fit. Kafka, who launched the business in early 2015 after a successful Kickstarter campaign in which he raised more than $15,000, is enrolled at the Miami School of Business to help further his entrepreneurial skills.
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