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Ringside Mexican Style Muay Thai MMA Kickboxing Training Boxing Hand Wraps (Pair)
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- Mexican style hand wraps with 180" length of slightly elastic cotton blend material for optimal comfort and support
- Complete with thumb loop for safety and convenient hook and loop closure to get them on and off in seconds
- Boxers need to protect their most valuable assets and these handwraps offer vital protection for the bones of the hands and wrist
- These sparring and bag work hand wraps include one pair in a color of your choice and are machine washable with handwrap wash bag
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Slightly elastic, authentic Mexican style wrap material for a contoured fit. Exclusive hook and loop closure.
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I perfer the longer wraps so the 180's are perfect for me since I like to spread each of my finger gaps with a wrap going through. Some like to do one or two or none at all, I like doing all three and I also like wrapping halfway down my forearm like the Mui Thai fighters do. When I was young, my boxing coach wrapped my fists like that before sparring when I didn't know how to wrap and it was so comfortable, I learned to wrap that way and I never wrapped another way after that. So again, that's why I perfer the longer 180's. They feel like the ones I used in boxing too, unlike the Everlast wraps that did feel a little off to me, but that is just me. Nothing against Everlast, I like them too, but I like Ringside products more, just my taste.
Another plus is that you can choose which color you perfer too! I got blue since it is my fav color. They also have more traditional colors like black and red, I wouldn't perfer the white or yellow colors. Stains (especially blood stains) would be alot more noticable... then again, you're not trying to look pretty and clean when you're ready to get down to business. Also they have pink wraps for the ladies. These wraps are the only ones that I have seen that have printing by the thumb loop that shows which side should be down. Lol it happens to the best of us when we don't pay attention and accidently wrap with the handwrap upside down, not noticing until the end when you use the velcro. That is pretty much it for these amazing wraps. The only negative I could find is that if you're like me and have big forearms, when you finish wrapping, the velcro barely reaches the patch it sticks to.
If I get more wraps, I would not hesitate to pick up another pair of these.
But when buying these 2nd pair that were sold by Forza Sports.
The Good: Cheap, relatively fast/on time shipping and free, and Ringside from my previous experience, are pretty good as far as protection and longevity depending on how much you use and wash
The Bad: the hand wraps felt very different in quality and texture in comparison to my previous ones. Maybe because there were just new? More importantly, one hand wrap came significantly short. No more or less than 12-15 inches which is a pretty big deal when it comes to hand wraps' length.
Maybe it was a simple mistake? But I guess you have to be careful on who it's sold by and research, judging from other reviews that had the same or similar issues with these.
So beware from buying/sold by Forza sports. Or at least if you do buy from them, contact them to get assurances that they are accurate and exactly 180'
Will they accomplish the job, yes, but they do not compare to other Ringside products purchased elsewhere. If you want to save money but still get a good product, try the Pro Impact brand also available here, and you won't be disappointed.
so I got two wraps, one for each hand, for about $7 total.
They are good quality, as are most Ringside products, at least
the higher end stuff Ringside sells. Other companies have gone
down in quality dramatically over the past decade which is why
I quit buying from Title, Everlast, Grant, Fairtex, etc. All brands
may have one or two good products but Ringside has the most consistent
quality across its inventory these days - unless you are talking about
super expensive gear (like $250 boxing gloves made for pros).