Knoxville, TN, May 27, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Black Lagoon Products LLC is making waves with a product for water enthusiasts all over the world. Their product, Darkfin, sets itself apart from other webbed gloves on the market by featuring a patent pending rear web design, cotton flocking surface for grip, and lightweight natural latex rubber so they don’t get heavy when wet. Other unique features include a contoured fit for a more natural and relaxed hand position and special packaging in a re-usable UV protectant bag to further prolong life. “As a former snorkeler and diver myself, I designed these gloves to be tough as nails, comfortable and most of all, functional. I designed them for what I would want in a webbed glove” said Roy McKinney, founder and co-owner of Black Lagoon Products.
Darkfin can only be purchased online at this time but the company is exploring all options after much request to see the product carried in surf, swim and dive shops. Sales have already reached countries such as Australia, New Zealand, UK, Spain, West Indies, Romania, Canada, Japan, Germany, France, Italy, Sweden, Israel, Abu Dhabi and most states in America. Darkfin retails for $24.95 a pair and is available in twelve sizes to provide better fit options, while most webbed gloves come in only three sizes. “Hands are like feet, none are the same. Shoes don’t come in three sizes, why should gloves?” said Roy McKinney.
The company claims that so far they have not received a single return due to customer dissatisfaction, though they offer a full 30 day money back guarantee. Frequent emails from their customers like Mike from California who say “I bought a pair and Love them! They are Way better than I hoped for! Unreal!” fuel the passion the owners of Black Lagoon Products have for their product.
About Black Lagoon Products LLC
Based in Knoxville, TN, Black Lagoon Products LLC is the manufacturer and retailer of Darkfin Gloves. Roy McKinney, manufactured the first ever pair of natural latex webbed gloves in the mid 80’s while living in San Diego, CA. He enjoyed success until he was diagnosed with cancer and forced to shut down. 20 years later, the gloves and the business are brought back to life. They currently do not manufacture any other products, but focus solely to make Darkfin a necessary piece of water sports equipment. For more information, visit http://www.darkfingloves.com