Harbinger FlexFit Glove
This is a great glove when doing Parkour or any kind of freerunning that involves stunts. they have finally torn after months of hardcore training involving bark from trees, terrain, and obstacles. I plan to pick up a pair of woman's for my girlfriend.
April 29, 2013
Quality Product For The Price
Good fit with breathable construction. Long-time Harbinger product user.
February 20, 2013
Not that good ripped on second day of being used at the gym.
November 13, 2012
They work as you would think
The only thing is that they run a little big and no xs was found.
October 22, 2012
If the glove fits,........
The gloves are padded but flexible enough to feel the barbell or dumbell being used.
October 16, 2012
I use the product while using free weights. The gloves prevent my hands from getting blisters. I think they're very well made and will last for a while.
September 9, 2012
Great lightweight gloves
This is the second pair of these gloves I've purchased. I wear them everyday for my workouts. They have short fingers, so they don't crease when grabbing heavy weighs. The short wrist doesn't make them to bulky or intrusive to wrist flexibility. The first pair lasted an entire year. I won't workout without em!
September 9, 2012
Fits my hands well, helps keep grip on barbells.
August 1, 2012
if you are looking for some good cheap gloves I highly recommend getting this kind. they are simple and the inside isn't made of a wierd material so it feels nice when you workout. and it has padding to so it doesnt hurt you hand and cause calices.i wish it did have alittle more wrist suppor I bench 200+ so the continuous reps and sets really start to hurt but all in all these gloves are good and well worth the money I spent on them.
June 26, 2012
Splitting at the seams
I got these gloves because I needed something for a last minute kayaking trip. Dick's didn't have paddling gloves but one of the employees suggested weightlifting gloves, as they were very similar. Being in a hurry, I just tried all of the gloves on and didn't inspect the seams. These had the most comfortable fit. When I pulled them out before getting on the river, I discovered a 1" hole where the stitching had come undone between the thumb and the first finger on the right glove. I used them anyway, as I was in the woods three states from home. By the end of the day, the one inch hole had expanded to two inches, but I was still able to paddle without getting blisters. Had one glove not had a hole, I would have given them 4 or 5 stars. Pros: They are very comfortable and performed well on the river. They are slow to dry, but much easier to get on and off than other gloves I've had. The padding is good without being so thick that I felt disconnected. The grip was good, while also allowing for fluid movement. I will probably use them for cycling as well. Cons: They could have been sewn better.
May 21, 2012