Posted on February 15 2016
JAK had things to do; generators to repair in Japan, wells to dig in West Africa, people to help in Haiti and wild ponies that needed him on Assateague Island. He had the strength, stamina, determination and grit, but could have used someone to hold the flashlight when the workday went into the night. His dog, Dog, wouldn’t do it for more than 17 minutes at a time, so Jak made some gloves with lights built in. Now, for people that need to get the job done; JAK’s gloves with lights! He calls them Toggers which are gloves that DO something. Push the on/off button to engage the LED light which throws 24 lumens each, have a 50,000 hour life expectancy and are powered by 2 lithium CR-2032 batteries, which Jak said "damn well better be included !”, so they are. JAK makes gloves that DO something and in some situations, they can be just as important to you as your dog.
Let us know what you have done that you are really proud of, gloves or not.