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The "PANTHERGRIP" is supposed to protect shins perfectly when playing football

April 20, 2022 – 9:14 a.m.

Annoyed by slippery shin pads

Founder Hannes Mirow has been passionate about playing football since he was six years old. But one thing has always bothered him: bulky, slippery, annoying shin guards. “They are not under control and they not only lose their protective effect, but also become a disruptive factor,” said the Rostocker. When a good friend of his broke his shin in football three years ago, that was the time for him to become active.

“The world’s first non-slip shin guard”

After several years of research and development, the industrial engineer is now presenting “PANTHERGRIP” “the world’s first non-slip shin guard”. There are thousands of microscopic panther teeth on the surface, which are supposed to ensure a non-slip fit in the socket. In addition, “PANTHERGRIP” leaves space for the muscles to work in the upper area and a channel protects the tendons in the lower area. To put the schooners on properly, there is a pulling aid. This is to ensure the perfect fit.

Hannes Mirow needs 120,000 euros for production and marketing and offers the Löwen 25 percent of his company shares.

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