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  • Gel handwraps

    Hey guys,

    I'm looking to get a pair of gel handwraps to supplement my regular 180" handwraps mainly when I'm in level 2 classes and have to use the 16oz boxing gloves. My hands are small and there is noticeable movement around them without handwraps on and sometimes we take off our handwraps to do a drill then we put on the boxing gloves to do another drill. I want something that I can just slip on just as quickly as the boxing gloves and still provide adequate protection of my knuckles and wrists, etc. I was looking at these from Rev Gear ... they have a band of 120" which isn't much but the point of it is to also fill the gloves. Anyone with experience with these gloves? Will they fit the boxing glove? Thanks.
    "Always avoid, escape, talk down, loop hole if you can, don't be physical unless you really have to be physical, because it really isn't the answer. If you have to be physical, be first and be ferocious. Take them off the planet. But if you can avoid it than you must."
    - Geoff Thompson

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    Re: Gel handwraps

    Everlast for $20. I hate every pair of leather or gel gloves i have bought and just use wraps but these were the best for quick change and price. And yes i have used them under my 16oz gloves and can slip focus mits over them too. not much for wrist support so i dont recomend them for any type of bag work though.
    I'm a chicken nugget... BBQ sauce me!!!

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      Re: Gel handwraps

      Originally posted by Inky View Post
      Everlast for $20. I hate every pair of leather or gel gloves i have bought and just use wraps but these were the best for quick change and price. And yes i have used them under my 16oz gloves and can slip focus mits over them too. not much for wrist support so i dont recomend them for any type of bag work though.
      Wouldn't the gel leak after extreme punching?
      steve barbarich

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        Re: Gel handwraps

        Originally posted by ginahaggins View Post
        Wouldn't the gel leak after extreme punching?
        The gel is a soft, shock-absorbing, synthetic rubber like those Dr. Scholl's insoles ("are you gellin'?").

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