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Cotton Handwrap

Cotton Handwrap

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100 Years of Greatness Meets US Fight Sports
  • Breathable cotton for enhanced comfort
  • Hook and loop closure
  • Very affordable and critical piece of training equipment
The standard handwraps are made of cotton for minimizing injury, and are complete with a thumb loop and hook-and-loop closure.

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how long are the wraps/...and are they semi elastic?
by: miklo   
9/29/2010 2:29:25 PM
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These wraps are cotton, so there is flexibility there but not so much elasticity.
by: TMArtist     
9/30/2010 10:53:36 AM
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I believe these wraps are the traditional 110" in length, but hopefully one of the other users can swoop in here and say for certain. Even Lonsdale's site doesn't reveal the length.
by: TMArtist     
9/30/2010 11:03:28 AM
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From a different boxing supplier's catalog I can say these are 170" in length.
by: Gershon   
10/3/2010 12:34:44 AM
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Lonsdale wrap being put on  
by: TMArtist      
1/20/2010 12:29:18 AM
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Handwraps Expert FAQs
  1. Why do I need handwraps?

    Handwraps are an essential piece of protective equipment for boxers. During training, fighters sustain a large amount of impact on their hands and wrists. For the hands, this can often result in scraps, bruises, or cuts to the skin. The wrist can also get bent or sprained should a punch land awkwardly. Handwraps (when used correctly) are designed to reduce the friction of contact on the hand, both on the punching knuckles and on the skin from wearing gloves. A good wrap can also secure the wrist and prevent excessive torque. In addition, wraps can help protect against 'boxer's break', which is a fracturing of the bones in the palm of the hand.

  3. What are gel glove wraps?

    In the last few years gel gloves wraps have become very popular. Instead of wrapping your hands in the traditional way, you can slip on a pair of glove wraps. Glove wraps save a lot of time and are great for beginners that are not confident in applying handwraps. The downsides to using glove wraps is the price, that they need to be replaced fairly frequently, and the wrist protection is lacking (which is important when striking a heavy bag hard).
    Do not use gel wraps alone when striking a bag. They will wear out very quickly that way. Invest in a pair of bag gloves to wear over them, it will save you money in the long term.

  5. What length handwrap is right for me?

    If you are an adult male, you will probably want a wrap that is 170" or 180" in length. Some MMA practitioners prefer a shorter 120" wrap, but most boxers prefer the longer. For women, teens, and other individuals with small hands, 120" wraps will fit you better.

  7. Traditional wraps vs glove-style wraps

    A recent development in handwrap technology is a slip on style glove that simulates the effects of a full handwrap. The benefit of these glove wraps is the speed at which you can wear them. You can slip them on and be training in a few seconds.
    Traditional handwraps, on the other hand, still offer unparalleled security and protection when applied properly. They can be wrapped tightly and to your specific hand dimensions. The wrap supports the wrist and has been proven to reduce the chance of sprain.

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