Everlast Boxing Hand Wraps (3-pack)
Look like ace bandages.
I will have to find a heavier set of hand wraps before too long. These are not very quality hand wraps. They remind me of an ace bandage that I would put on a sprained ankle. If I keep using these on my heavy bag, I will have to wrap my wrists for a sprain. :)
January 16, 2013
Good For Smaller Hands
These wraps are quality made and fit my wife's hands quite nicely. A little light for me so I moved up to the Everlast level 2. Longer and broader. These are good for medium hitting or smaller hands.
January 15, 2013
Simple to use. I do not have enough time in use to comment on durability. Reasonably comfortable. Should have application technique included for the neophyte user!
November 14, 2012
Not that great
I am dissapointed with the hand-wraps they are of poor material, I thought since the brand is Everlast they would be great but they are not, I have been ussing them for 3 weeks and they are already coming apart, consider another brand or different wraps all together. I really do not reccomend them.
October 20, 2012
Cheap fabric hurts
After trying two of these wraps during workouts, both times I experienced cuts and chafing on my knuckles. In comparison to my several other hand wraps, it's obvious these are made cheaper and I'm guessing lack cotton. I do not recommend this product at all.
October 16, 2012
Much cheaper than the Everlast wraps that I bought at my gym. Thought I would get a bargain by buying a 3 pack, but they are also much shorter than the 180" wraps that come in a single pack. I have average hands for a guy (7.5" gloves) and they aren't long enough to adequately protect my hands.
August 21, 2012
Good wraps for a good price. Use them for working out. Solid so far.
May 28, 2012
Entry level price, mediocre quality
I used these under my mma gloves, quality is ok, and be careful, they tend to come apart in the wash. Bought the 3-pack, used each color twice. Have moved on to a different brand.
April 4, 2012
Cheap, but cheap
Wraps are extremely short compared to 180" wraps-extremely (you really need to know how to get the most out of all the wrap available). Velcro patch rips of after about 5 uses-had to get velcro resewn just to make them last, and the velcro patch itself is also pulling apart.
January 2, 2012
Fall apart easily
there good handwraps but they come undone and fall apart
June 3, 2011