Everlast 180" Cotton Hand Wraps
Protect your wrists and hands with the Everlast 180" Hand Wraps. This machine washable wrap is a cotton/spandex blend provides breathable comfort and safety while training. A thumb strap and hook and loop closure ensures a secure fit. EverFresh technology will keep your glove fresh.
- Breathable hand wraps made of cotton/spandex blend for comfort
- Keeps hands safe and supports wrists while training
- Thumb strap ensures ease of use and proper alignment
- Hook and loop closure for a secure fit
- Length: 180"
- EverFresh anti-microbial treatment fights bacterial growth keeping your products safe and smelling fresh
- Recommended Care: Machine washable
- Styles: 4456GP, 4456WHT, 4456B
Country of Origin: ChinaWeb ID: 11176847
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 33 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by SteeBear Handwraps I'm new to boxing, so when I started hitting the heavy bag I wanted to have some extra wrist support and some knuckle protection. These wraps were a good buy. They stretch, and are somewhat breathable in the gloves. But don't get me wrong, wraps will never protect your hands from bad form, just be aware of that. I think they're a good buy. April 10, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Muay thai n' BJJ First time buyer. As my first handwrap ever bought I didnt know what to expect. However I was still let down. The velcro started coming off the very first time I took them off. They are comfortable, just very, very poorly made. Definitly not worth ten dollars, will be making my own. March 11, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by HC Falling appart after a month The stitching that holds the Velcro on is coming off of the fabric. In 15 years of boxing, I have never had good luck with "Never"last products, and this is another example. I bought these in a pinch, otherwise I would have steered clear of any more of their products. They are for the weekend warrior athletes and not for those who are serious about putting their equipment to the test, and they never stand behind their product. Luckily, Dicks does and replaces them as needed which is why I keep coming back! January 21, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by KravLady Significantly better than the 108" I have small hands so I assumed the 108" wraps would be enough. However, I bought the longer ones as well, just in case, and found them to be much higher quality. It takes longer to wrap and the wraps look a bit bulkier, but the fabric is better, more comfortable, and the velcro stays attached longer. I use these for training Krav Maga, with and without gloves. June 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dsteele325 They seem nice I don't know much about boxing, just heavy bag training and needed wraps. These seem fine to me! June 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bull This product has great features. I like these wraps very much. Your hands do not get hot in them when they are in use. They have different colors. The length is perfect for maximum hand protection whether your using gloves or not. Easy to wash. June 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by cheryl perfect support The best hand wraps. Wouldn't use any other brand. April 23, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dog Soldier Great hand wraps Excellent wraps. Not to light and not to heavy. Slight stretch helps wrap the hands. I like the extra length because I have big hands so this allows me to get good coverage of the knuckles. March 23, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by D Hand Wraps Good product. They are nice and durable. I like the fact that your hands can actually breathe. March 5, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by heavybag Standard This is the common standard for hand wraps. Every boxer I have ever met has tried these at some point. Thinner, stretchy, semi-elastic. Can be wrapped very tight if desired, or can stay loose. Wrapping your hands very tightly in these will not change your ability to make a fist. Ideal for people with smaller hand compartments in the glove. Can survive hundreds of washings in a laundry bag. Will not bleed dye color or absorb dye color of dark clothing. If the velcro touches the cotton it will basically eat through it in a short period of time. January 27, 2013