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Under Armour Women's CTR Trainer Half Finger Gloves

$19.99
Under Armour Women's CTR Trainer Half Finger Gloves - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Under Armour ® Women's CTR Trainer Half Finger Gloves with half-finger silhouettes provide all the functionality you need to focus on performance while you work out. The HeatGear ® feature, which helps regulate body temperature, works with the mesh back of hand to deliver lightweight breathability and comfort. Silicone palm prints offer additional grip strength and when you sweat, the terry cloth wipe on the thumb lets you hide it.
FEATURES:

  • Half-finger silhouettes and durable synthetic palm with mesh ventilation for breathability and flexibility
  • HeatGear ® and mesh back of hand regulate your body temperature
  • Strategically placed silicone palm prints deliver additional grip strength
  • Terry cloth thumb wipe for eliminating moisture
  • Style: 1229406, 1229406-001, 1229406-035, 1229406-036
  • Under Armour
Country of Origin: Indonesia
Web ID: 24537426

Customer Reviews:

Under Armour Women's CTR Trainer Half Finger Gloves 4.2 5 20 20
Game changer!!! I recently ran a Spartan race. Before the run I was concerned about the rope climb especially. I had ran other obstacle runs before and couldn't complete the rope climb, but during the Spartan and with these amazing gloves I made it. They fit snug, they don't hold water. Would highly recommend November 18, 2014
Like having a second grip. The additional non-slip grips in the palms and thumb make these gloves work like a second skin. Highly recommend for training and other sports, such as archery & shooting range, November 5, 2014
Not much padding Did not care for these gloves. Has very little padding on the palm of the hand. Used them for lifting 5 lb weights and my hands were hurting. October 28, 2014
Purely aesthetic Hot gloves but I still get callouses - do not recommend if you're lifting even a little bit heavy October 16, 2014
Love them! These gloves are great! They really help with lifting weights without hurting your hands! My husband really likes them too (we didn't read the gloves were women's gloves and didn't feel like returning them) he uses them and loves them too! So what if they were made for women! Men can wear them too ;) October 15, 2014
Not what I expected I have average women's size hands and the small size gets so loose that the glove feels "unattached". I have found that they are better for bar grip on lifts than the pull up bar grip. they do not seem to wick away moisture, i.e. sweat, as much as I would like but they do seem durable. Maybe my expectations are too high? October 10, 2014
Weight Training Gloves I use these gloves for weight training and when I do push ups and pull ups. I think they are pretty great. They are breathable and no slip. Going to see how they fair at a mud obstacle course September 30, 2014
Not what I needed. I got these gloves to protect my hands from calluses but there is no protection for that. They do help with grip but nothing else. I bought a different pair to replace these with additional padding. September 23, 2014
Ok, but not great After looking at the dismal assortment of women's weightlifting gloves--why do they all have to be pink?--I chose these for their slim, sleek design and grippy palms. I could tell they didn't have a lot of padding, but that's ok because they still protect my hands from forming callouses. That was my main concern when purchasing gloves. I really like the lightweight design. My hands and forearms sweat a lot, so even with the metal grips on most dumbbells and bars, it's a pretty slippery hold and I can't manage as much weight. It's nice that my hands can breathe in these gloves while at the same time, the rubber grip allows me to retain control over my weights AND use the heavier weights I've been needing to hit. The terry cloth on the thumb is an absolutely fantastic idea-- where has it been all my life? So much easier than carting around a towel that may or may not pick up strange bacteria from its resting places. All-around, these gloves are--for the most part--comfortable and fit very nicely. They cover everything that needs to be protected, they give a superb grip--pull-ups are amazingly easy now!--and the vain side of me really likes that they, despite their purpose, still look feminine without being over-the-top. That said, there are some things I wish could be better about these gloves. First, sometimes my hands still get pinched, especially on the hex bar for some reason. Maybe it's the neutral grip? Either way, I'm glad I'm not getting callouses, but sometimes after a heavy deadlift, my palms are really sore from the fabric folding and pinching uncomfortably. My gloves fit properly, and sizing down isn't an option with the pull-on style. Second, the "convenient" tab pulls on the middle and ring fingers and thumb are not useful at all the way they are currently placed. I tried pulling on the tabs the first use, and it just curled the fabric into my fingers and got stuck, so I ended up having to pull finger-by-finger anyway. Now, I pull from the wrist until it's to the base of my fingers, then I slip the fingers off and there you have it. But after a workout, when my hands are sweaty and the gloves are damp, it sticks and pulls and definitely takes a few moments extra. I think if the tabs were sewn onto the inside of the fingers and a little triangle poked out to grab, that would be MUCH easier. I feel it would be more effective because the fabric would be pulled up and away from your fingers instead of into them. All things considered, I would buy these gloves again because, compared to the other options, they seem to hit all the points I need the best. I could wish for a little more padding in the palm, but I think that would compromise the lighter design of the whole glove. It would be if there was either a Velcro strap or a tighter elastic band to allow for a more customized fit within the size ranges, but again, I think that's part of the beauty of the slim design and adding more components might ruin that design's purpose. I hope UnderArmor can tweak these gloves into a more effective product, but at least it works as-is even if there are these minor drawbacks. September 23, 2014
I Love the comfort of these gloves. These Under Armour gloves have helped me with my workout. I am able to grip my weights more effectively and they hold all perspiration. September 3, 2014
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