EMS Women’s Mercury Glove – Black

EMS Women's Mercury Glove - Black

EMS Women’s Mercury Glove – Black Give your hands warmth without compromising your dexterity. PrimaLoft® material insulates this pair, ensuring you won‚„t feel a chill in wet and cold conditions, but the design‚„s still lightweight and further features a synthetic suede palm. In response, you get a full range of motion, without bulk getting in the way, and get excellent grip for your day-to-day activities. . Made with nylon ripstop shell fabric with a DWR coating to repel snow and rain. . Synthetic suede palm improves durability and grip. . Lightweight PrimaLoft One synthetic insulation retains warmth, resists water, and adds softness and compressibility in wet and dry conditions. . Brushed polyester lining improves softness and warmth. . Elasticized wrist keeps out elements and helps retain heat. . Imported. .

  • EMS Women’s Mercury Glove – Black

Along with increased physical activity, outdoor recreation offers the opportunity to socialize, an important advantage in itself. For example, birding includes various activities such as physical walking, visual and auditory interpretation, and conversations with other bird watchers, according to a 2010 report by Resources for the Future. The report also notes that the social environments of outdoor spaces, particularly the city parks, are accompanied by positive experiences. Physical outdoor activities can also increase community pride and provide an opportunity to meet people with similar interests, says Andrew Lepp, a professor at Kent State University.

Outdoor activities lead to greater self-confidence, better creativity and better self-image. appreciation, according to Lepp. Natural environments rejuvenate and soothe the mind, improve prospects and increase the positive effect. Artistic environments, on the other hand, can cause feelings of exhaustion, irritability, inattention and impulsivity, says Resources for the Future. Out of time, you can even help focus; Research in 2009 in the “Journal of Attention Disorders” shows that 20-minute walks through natural circumstances lead to better concentration.