G-Form received a visit from Jack Reed, U.S. Senator for Rhode Island and Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC), which oversees the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD).
What drew Senator Reed’s attention is G-Form’s recent initiative to develop protective gear for the military. The Marine Corps Systems Command has also recognized G-Form for designing knee and elbow padding.
“We were delighted to host Senator Reed at our North Smithfield manufacturing facility,” said Glen Giovanucci, CEO of G-Form. “Without question, our unique ability to serve as a leading technology-driven solutions provider on the athletic field can translate to the battlefield. We view warfighters as tactical athletes and are committed to developing better, unique innovations to enhance their performance. As a proud Rhode Island-based manufacturer utilizing U.S.-based raw materials, we look forward to working closely with Senator Reed and the SASC on providing solutions that better prepare our warfighters for success.”
G-Form’s patented SmartFlex protective technology uses advanced polymer formulas designed for freedom of movement while minimizing the risk of injury by hardening on impact. Users can push their physical limits without sacrificing performance or comfort. SmartFlex is 100 percent waterproof and machine washable.
G-Form products are worn from all play levels, including four-time All-Star MLB player Manny Machado, FMB World Tour and Crankworx Mountain biking champion Emil Johansson and professional soccer players worldwide. G-Form is the official protective partner of Perfect Game, the recognized pathway to Division I college and professional baseball.
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