EXTRA STRENGTH WRIST WRAPS

EXTRA STRENGTH WEIGHTLIFTING WRIST WRAPS
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Bear Grips Extra Strength Wrist Wraps feature a 4 band design making these the strongest weightlifting wrist straps on the market. They are available in a variety of color options and come in 12", 18", and 24" lengths. 

Protection: Traditional wrist wraps contain 2 bands which provides moderate wrist protection allowing for more mobility. Our Extra Strength Wrist Wraps feature 4 bands, which means you get 50% more wrist support during those heavy press movements such as bench press, overhead press, thrusters, and much more. Keep your wrist in perfect form through any lift allowing for more reps, heavier weights and new PRs!

Features:
  • Durable, heavy-duty material with quad elastics providing superior support and longevity
  • Premium thumb loop allowing you to get the perfect fit
  • Strong velcro closure for a secure hold

Usage: Wrist support for Bodybuilding, Weightlifting, Powerlifting, Olympic lifting, CrossFit training, WODs, and more!  


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) 


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



HOW TO PROPERLY WEAR 


NEW "STEALTH" WRIST WRAPS

Are wrist wraps sold as pair?Yes, Bear Grips wrist wraps are sold as a pair, you will get a left hand and right hand wrap in each package. 


What size is available? Bear Grips wrist wraps come in 12", 18" and 24" lengths.  


What size should I buy?This is depends on what you are using the wraps for. 12" will wrap around wrist about one and half times. 18" will wrap around wrist two and half times. 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 most popular size to be used by those looking for greater 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 wrist wraps gender specific?No - these wraps are unisex and can be used by both males and females 


I have small wrist, will these fit?Yes- the width of the wraps are the same on all wrist wraps, they only vary in length 12",18",24" size of wrist doesn't matter, just depends how much support you would like.


Are these wraps hand specific?They will work on either wrist but we recommend starting with the wrap on back of wrist, which if you do so, then it will only fit in one specific way. Refer to our wearing instruction video to see a visual on how we recommend putting on wrist wraps to optimize their effectiveness. 

 

What are they suppose to feel like, how do I know if I have them on right? With wrist wraps, before you add any resistance, you only should be able to bend your hand back to a 45 degree or 65 degree angle pending on the movement and your wrist mobility. If you can bend back more, re-wrap so wrist wrap is on wrist joint, or look into a longer wrap for more support. 


Do I keep wrist wraps on through my whole workout?Yes - but make sure you unwrap and re-wrap your wrist wraps in between sets so you allow proper blood flow to your hands. 


Will my wrist get weaker using wrist wraps?No - They are just assisting your wrist to stay in the proper angle, to maximize your performance and allow you to train and strengthen intended muscles instead of having unnecessary stress on wrist joints.


What size should I wear? Refer to the Size Chart tab above


Are wrist wraps and wrist straps the same thing? Yes, wrist straps are a common alternative name for wrist wraps. 



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