Blindsave- The ultimate protective gear for all Basketball players!

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Basketball while being the most enjoyed and played game around the world, is also the one which leaves you sore and aching. But there might be a chance for you to forget your pain worries. Blindsave is introducing a new range of protective gear which will feel your pain and works to lessen them for you.

Blindsave- The ultimate protective gear for all Basketball players!

The first ever-range for the protective indoor sports wear adopts the situation of the body and maintains the outer body against the pains and injuries. Blindsave protective products are made from patent-pending elastic foam technology with innovative shock absorbing and body adjusting features. The material used is similar to that used in military grade protective wear with the added ability of adjusting to human body forms.

The gear protects the key areas from hits and falls in basketball and other indoor sports. The current prototype of shorts has padding on thighs, hips and tailbone but the protective shirt guards the ribs.

Blindsave- The ultimate protective gear for all Basketball players!

Blindsave insures that the protection and padding is lightweight and does not come in the way of their performance and ease. This is the reason that the specific equipment is different than the other protective gears available in the market, for other sports.

Blindsave has already created real prototypes of protective shorts and shirt, but in order to finish product development also of knee pads, protective arm sleeve and 3/4 protective tights, and begin mass production it is currently seeking funds. For this purpose, the wearable gear company has launched a Kickstarter campaign which will last until November 21.

Blindsave- The ultimate protective gear for all Basketball players!

Blindsave is selling numerous different products with a protective arm sleeve ($20), knee pads ($39), shorts ($55), shirts ($60) and more. The company plans to ship the first generation of its Basketball gear in January 2017.