Harbinger Training Grip Wristwrap Weightlifting Gloves with TechGel-Padded Leather Palm (Pair)
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- Weightlifting gloves with integrated wrist wraps to stabilize wrist joints for support when lifting weights
- Articulated TechGel padding is highly flexible to maintain grip sensation while providing superior comfort
- 1/2 finger-length increases contact for better grip; vented design wicks away moisture
- Wrap-around thumb protection covers the inside of the thumb with leather to protect against abrasion
- To size, measure the circumference of the flat hand, just under the knuckles (not including the thumb); 90 day manufacturer's warranty
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Harbinger Training Grip Gloves feature TechGel comfort padding that molds to the hands, protecting them from the stresses of weightlifting and training while maintaining flexibility and grip sensation. Integrated Harbinger wrist wraps help stabilize wrist joints with adjustable pressure to keep wrists in the proper position when weightlifting. The innovative curved finger design of Harbinger Training Grip Gloves offers a natural, flexible, and comfortable fit and the new vented design on the back of the hand wicks away moisture and increases breathability. To determine the correct size, measure the circumference of the flat hand, just under the knuckles (not including the thumb). Hand wash and air dry only; 90 day manufacturer's warranty.
Style Name: Large (Fits 8 - 8.5 Inches)
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I've read complaints about how difficult it is to remove these gloves and there is some legitimacy to that complaint. You learn how to pull on the fingers to nudge them off until they finally slide off---or you can learn from me, and get a size up from your normal size. You won't notice the difference when you use them but when it is time to take them off, it is much, much easier. This current pair has not had any ink bleeding problems but I have had my hands stained from the black ink on the gloves in the past---maybe Harbinger finally decided to solve that problem.
Anyways, as long as you don't get a pair of lemons, these gloves will serve you well until it is time to get a new pair.
BTW - There is a 90 days warranty offer by the manufacturer - Bear in mind that you will need to ship the gloves to their facility in NC (Including invoice), then you will receive a new pair supposedly within 7 to 10 days.
Maybe others have machine washed and that could be a result of poor velcro? It states to only hand wash and air dry. I must admit they are a bit tight to remove and I did buy the proper size. Hand measured at 23 cm and bought XL.
I brought these to replace the original version I purchased back in 2008. The original ones look the same as these but they're black where this one is blue. My old Harbinger gloves look like a grenade exploded in my hands. They ripped to shreds but I still used them because they were like an old baseball glove. Despite how torn about these things get they're like the P-Mag of lifting gloves I swear. My old gloves of this design as raggedy as they looked with the side split open, palm cushioning hanging out and the fabric between the finger slots long since missing steal held up and protected my palms and griped weight just fine.
I brought these new versions of the same exact design because after 10 years there's no way I was going to find the exact pair I had before. These Harbinger Training Grip Gloves are the exact same design and materials though but are different in some ways without "Harbinger" being stitched into the wrist wrap and the color scheme. The palm padding seems to be less cushioned I noticed. With my old gloves it took maybe a 2 weeks of weight lifting to break them in. It was tough trying to grip on to things at times because of the grip and the cushioning which led to me taking these off at times and just using straps instead.
I noticed with this new version that it felt usable right out the box I honestly forgot they were even knew gloves. They didn't feel stiff or anything and they gripped everything perfectly. It didn't' matter if I picked up 10's or 100's they never made my grip feel awkward. I don't know what material changes Harbinger made but to me it's apparent they tried to make the glove more out the box friendly. The wrist straps felt stiff and strong as they should be no velcro issues yet at least they held on tight and firm through my work out. I hope they last as long as my old gloves because after 10 years the velcro on my older version looks like a lint trap but it still hold on strong.
I'm pretty satisfied with the purchase after having a successful workout with them but I've been using this same style of gloves for years as it is these are just Harbinger's new version of them. I couldn't see myself using another brand or style because I'm so accustomed to this design and I really like it. I even ordered a second pair. The biggest thing I like about the gloves is the wrist strap. That wrist strap has literally keep my workouts going harder and deeper at times when my wrist was sore or even wrapped in ace. The straps do their job protecting your wrist well so if you have wrist problems you can still workout comfortably. Arm curls, heavy dumbbell presses and those annoying forearm workouts where you sit on that bench thing are where I feel the wrist straps really do their job in keeping your hands straight and minimizing wrist fatigue for me that's a concern since I play keyboards and guitars but these gloves have always been cool.
So overall I guess I will say that yeah these are some pretty awesome gloves. I know they're not going to be for everyone but I find them to be exactly what I feel comfortable using when I'm going hard at the gym.
Replacement is same. Wish I had kept the old ones to compare and contrast and display here. Doesn't hug the wrist the way it used to and I had liked. It isn't a break in period neither. The wrist strap is just different. Thinner width maybe.
I won't get these particular type of Harbinger again. They're not crap. The wrist strap is just not as good as they once were, which is why I had ordered this model in the first place.