Bear Grips Wrist Wraps Set - for Weightlifting, Cross-Training, Rehab, Wrist Support. Available in 2-Band or Extra Strength, Two Wrist Wrap Per Pair, 12

Bear Grips Wrist Wraps Set - for Weightlifting, Cross-Training, Rehab, Wrist Support. Available in 2-Band or Extra Strength, Two Wrist Wrap Per Pair, 12" or 18”

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12"18"
2-Band: Black2-Band: American Flag2-Band: PinkExtra Strength: BlackExtra Strength: GreyExtra Strength: White

💪 MOBILITY & STRENGTH FOR ULTIMATE GAINS!: Choose between 2-Band wrist wraps with two built-in elastics protectors for wrist support & mobility or Extra Strength wrist wraps with four built-in elastics protectors, the most amount in any wrist wraps, giving you maximum wrist protection & muscle output.

🔰 PREVENT WRIST PAIN & STRAIN!: No more wrist pain while working out! Crush your workouts by lifting more! Perfect workout wrist brace for support & recovery.

🥇 #1 HEAVY DUTY WRIST WRAP SUPPORT!: Quad Stitching, sturdy thumb loop, strong closure, sleek & minimalistic. It takes only one workout to feel the difference.

🐻 ADJUSTABLE STRAP FOR PERFECT FIT!: Push through your toughest workouts with the ability to tighten or loosen your wrist straps, great for weight lifting, bodybuilding, cross training, calisthenics, at home workouts, WODs, Oly Lifting, Powerlifting & more.

❤️ LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT GUARANTEE! Once you try them you will never workout without it! If you don't love it get your 💲 Back

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Customer Reviews

FAQ

Which wrist wraps should I buy? 12" or 18"?

All wrist wrap are 3" in width, the difference between the sizing is the length.

12" - Wraps around your wrist once. Provides the most mobility while still offering wrist protection.

18" - Wraps around your wrist twice. If you lift heavier or have had a previous wrist injury these will provide more stiffness to better stabilize your wrist. (Most popular length) 

How do I properly wear wrist wraps?

What size wrist wraps should I use?

How do I determine what size to buy?

12" is a great starter or standard size wrist wrap, will accommodate most fitness uses, and those looking for enhanced wrist support. 18" is the most popular size to be used by those looking for more wrist support, lift heavier, have any wrist discomfort, or prior injuries. 24" is used by those that are lifting heavy, those that want max length support, have any wrist discomfort, or prior injuries.

My wrist might be smaller than a 12" , is it okay if I use the 12"?

Bear Grips wrist wraps all have the same width of about 2.5inches, They vary in length; 12", 18" & 24". 12" will wrap around the wrist about one and half times,

18" will wrap around the wrist two and half times, and 24" will wrap around three and half times. 12" is a great starter or standard size wrist wrap, will accommodate most fitness uses, and those looking for enhanced wrist support. 18" is the most popular size to be used by those looking for more wrist support, lift heavier, have any wrist discomfort, or prior injuries. 24" is used by those that are lifting heavy, those that want max length support, have any wrist discomfort, or prior injuries.


Are these sold as a pair?

All our wrist wraps are sold as a pair, you get a left and a right wrist wrap in each package.

Would these be good for youth tumbling?

We do have a lot of gymnasts purchase these wraps for tumbling and they love them! We do live gymnastics events. If you are using this for youths, we would recommend the 12" length. All the widths are the same at about 2.5" - the longer lengths give more support, so you can pick your desired strength by 12",18" or 24".

How wide are the wrist wraps?

These are 3 inches wide.

Can I wear weight lifting gloves over them?

You can wear anything you want on your hands including, grips, gloves, chalk, minimalistic gloves, or any other hand coverage, as this product is primarily wrist support.

What’s the difference between bear grips lengths?

The II-Band wrist wraps are available in 12", 18", and 24" lengths. The width of the wrap is the same for all, it's the length of the wrap that is different. The 12” wraps around 1.5x times, the 18” wraps around about 2.5x and 24” wraps around 3.5 times, the more times it wraps the more support you will have. 

 

12" - Provides the most mobility while still offering wrist protection.

 

18" - If you lift heavier or have had a previous wrist injury these will provide more stiffness to better stabilize your wrist.

 

24" - Typically used in powerlifting or for someone with a weak wrist looking for the maximum support.


 I broke my wrist a year ago and am getting back into weight lifting. Would these be sufficient support to help me with bench and deadlift exercise?

Are these helpful for all types of lifting?

Absolutely

 Are these latex free?

Absolutely

Are these latex free? (NOTE: this is important since some people are allergic to latex)

Yes

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