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TITLE Platinum Hybrid Gel Fist Wraps

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Price: $16.99 - $31.75
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Product Description

The perfect combination of Gel fist gloves and traditional semi-elastic handwraps to bring unbelievable protection and performance. Slip the neoprene glove over the fist for a custom form fit. More than a 1/2" layer of Gel makes up the fist for an incredibly comfortable and impact resistant wrap. Hook-and-loop attachment on neoprene wrist and wrap wrist for extra secure wear. Complete with 80" of semi-elastic wrapping for an ideal custom fit. Can be worn under gloves or alone for light bag work and training.

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  • ASIN: B001LQOUZS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,205 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Great wrist support & knuckle protection.
G Gorman
I did do it after some help but they put more pressure on my knuckles and began cutting off the circulation on my fingers because of how tight everything is.
Eugene
These are quick and seem to be well made.
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68 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Josh Zinsser on November 7, 2011
Size Name: Large Verified Purchase
Before getting into this review, some background information is relevant:

-I've been doing endurance heavy bag workouts for about 4 months now after deciding to try to get back into the fighting shape of my youth, and I've tried a number of different wraps and light gloves while doing so.

-I usually hit the bag for an hour to ninety minutes, 4 to 5 days a week, and I needed something that was heavy enough to prevent severe knuckle damage while light enough to still allow scarring and calcification of the knuckles, as I don't see much point in building arm definition if you split your knuckles on the first punch in a real scrape.

-I started out with old muay thai 108" wraps, but found they were FAR too light, and tore knuckles within the first week of bag work. Torn knuckles equal downtime and feeling weak, neither of which are conducive to workout commitment.

-Next, I tried Evergel wraps. These things gave good knuckle protection at first, but they were shoddily made and they tore at the stitching within a week, with one set literally tearing the same day I bought them. I can't afford to replace 25 dollar gloves once a week, so those were quickly out.

-After that, I tried Everlast Mexican 180" Wraps. They would provide good knuckle protection for 30 or 40 minute a day bag workouts, but any more than that and they draw dangerously close to the same knuckle tears that came from the 108" wraps. They also are a hassle to put on/take off/clean/adjust during a session, although I think a lot of that is just finding a style of wrapping your hands that works well for you, and also that my time on the bag fell into a limited time-frame where I didn't want to waste ten minutes wrapping my hands.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By KB on July 8, 2012
I am a kickboxing instructor and I can say that these wraps are just as good if not better than 180 inch mexican style wraps. I put these wraps on 3-4 times faster than regular wraps. The gel is great on the knuckles and especially the back of the hand. (I love throwing spinning back fists). The extra tape on the glove is perfect for supporting the wrist too. 5 stars.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By V. Huertas on May 4, 2009
Size Name: Reg Verified Purchase
Title Platinum Hybrid Gel Fist Wraps are a convenient alternative to plain fist wraps. The regular size fit well for me at 5'6" 170 lbs. They provide sufficient gel padding for intermediate-to-experienced kickboxers to have required protection when practicing against the sandbag. If these are to be used by a beginner one might want to consider full glove protection so as to cover the fingers completely. Easy to wash, easy to dry. It is a great advantage to find them through Amazon as ordering on Title's web site requires that the card and delivery address be the same. All in all, the product does what it says well, fits comfortably and is easily cared for.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Esteban Rodriguez Aviles on February 14, 2013
Size Name: Reg Verified Purchase
They don't work as advertised on the photo. They totally skin your finger joints in a matter of minutes, plus they are quite uncomfortable and make your punch/fist alignment all weird. I did not enjoy them and want to send them back, but since I live in Norway, that is going to be difficult. Anyway, it would be better to either use handwraps only, or buy a different type of gloves if you are looking forward to punch your heavy bag.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brian Dowrick on August 30, 2014
This is a comparison for those who want it.
I bought the Venum ‘Kontact’ gel glove wraps ASIN: B008SRWWUI
the Revgear Gel Handwraps ASIN: B009F03QKC
and the Title Platinum Hybrid Gel Fist Wrap ASIN: B001LQOUZS

All are good for what they are. They make wrapping your hands a little faster.
Not much faster, but they do what wraps can not: They add protection to your knuckles.
Two of These are not really SPEED WRAPS. I have not had much luck with speed wraps. They are
normally too tight, or uncomfortable.
These are Gel Wraps.
Gel wraps add a small layer of Gel padding over your knuckles to help prevent injury, but
otherwise, they are Wraps, with a long cloth wrap.

The Title Gel Wrap is the exception. It falls under Hybrid (as it’s name says).
It has the gel protection over the knuckles, but TRIES to be a wrap as well.
The WRAP part, is lacking. It is the shortest of the 3, and literally 1/3 shorter then the Venum Wraps.
The only one that could be considered a SPEED WRAP, is the Title Wrap. It goes on, and comes off quickly,
and there is not much messing with a long, cloth, rope, mess when you are done.
It is By far, the bulkiest of the three. I have to lay the Venum and the Revgear on top of each other to match it’s height.
With that, you are going to have some issues getting your hands in a Glove, or holding Focus mitts.
Make sure your gloves have LOTS of room for these. It’s roughly 2 iPhones laying on top of each other, Thick.
With this extra padding, you are going to get a lot of protection.
With the shorter wrap, you need to focus on wrapping only your wrist, with only one loop over the thumb.

ReveGear’s are a bit bulkier then the Venum.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Prouty on January 12, 2010
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just got these today first time using glove handwraps and I love these things, they fit perfectly under my gloves for competition and provide top notch wrist support
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