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Valeo Performance Weight Lifting Gloves

3.6 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

Price: $4.70 - $57.67
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  • Padded palms and fingers for extra comfort
  • Double leather palms
  • Durable suede leather with reinforced stitching
  • Double reinforced wrist pulls
  • Elastic cuffs for a comfortable fit

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Product Description

Padded palms and fingers for extra comfortDouble leather palmsDurable sueded leather with reinforced stitchingDouble reinforced wrist pullsElastic cuffs for a comfortable fitNylon mesh backs with hook-and-loop closure tabsMachine wash and dry

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000A3Y6FM
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #77,450 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Size: Small
Bottom line: Valeo makes shoddy products. I bought a pair of valeo weight lifting hooks to help with deadlifts and after three weeks one of the D-rings snapped. Luckily I wasn't seriously hurt, but I don't like to think of what might have happened if I had lost control of the weight. The moral of this story: don't cheap out on safety equipment.
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Size: Small Verified Purchase
I bought 4 pairs of these -- one for each son. We had been sharing a pair that finally wore out after 10 years -- the name had rubbbed off so I am not sure what the long lasting ones were. These Valeo hooks are not designed properly. They do not have an open enough curve to fit around the slightly wider than barbell handles on machines, and the hook is too long relative to where it attaches around the wrist. They were cheap in price and the performance followed. We do not even use them.
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Size: Small
I bought these awhile ago. I wanted to use them for deadlifts and 400 lb shrugs. I realize the shrugs might be over-doing it, but my deadlifts were a moderate weight. In both cases, the hooks slipped,and as one other person mentioned, they failed one time. Sorry, I can't recommend.
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Size: Large Verified Purchase
Threading seems to be coming apart a bit after a few weeks of use, but everything else is just fine. As a casual lifter these do just fine for a little extra padding around the palms. They breath well and they're comfortable, so for this price they were perfect for what I needed.
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Size: Small
I would not obviously use these for every exercise every day I work out... however After I had bicep surgery I picked these up to help because my grip was not like it used to be. Nor was the strength in my wrist. They have worked great for 315lb shrugs and dead lifts. They also hold 115lb dumbbells without issue. I would take caution when if you use them for chin-ups because when you are fatigued the hooks remain hooked and it is a little difficult to release yourself. A con I have with this item is that if you use them on any type of press exercise is that the metal buckle WILL dig into the back of your hand and it is not pleasant. I have been using the same pair for over 2 years now and I have had no issue with the hook breaking. The cloth cover has worn off from the bar just tearing it up. I would recommend this product for moderate use. Most exercises you want to have a strong grip anyway. I think they are better than the wrap straps myself.
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I have had these for several years and they are still fine. That said, I don't use them for weighlifting. I use them to drive my car and have used them in the past for racquetball. They have served me well!
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Size: Small Verified Purchase
Like a lot of products they have their limitations. The hook should be wider and turned in the opposite direction.I could only shrug 360 lbs. with these. A better choice for me was Millenium's "the Hooker" 500-600 lbs. no sweat. The Valeos are high quality and while they didn't fit my needs they may fit yours.
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By Ryan on October 3, 2007
For $8.50 I wasn't expecting quality this good. The gloves fit my hand perfectly and don't have any areas that irritate the skin. A very good product.
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