Everlast Boxing Hand Wraps (3-pack)
Meh, I'd look for others.
I have to admit, I knew going into Dick's I didn't want Everlast wraps. Unfortunately, that's all they carried in the store. I sucked it up and purchased the three pack. I didn't want this brand because I had used it before, and found the fabric to not be stretchy enough, making some the exercise a bit uncomfortable if wrapped too tight (but if not wrapped tight enough, they would come loose--it's a lose/lose situation). I can tell you right now, I'm once again left dissatisfied. I wore the white pair only once and the velcro has already torn off of the fabric, making it impossible to use again. The red ones started to fray after a few uses and now some strings are coming out of the wrap where it looks like it's just unraveling on it's own. Thankfully, the black ones are holding on while I vigorously search for the Title hand wraps I truly love. Needless to say, Dick's will not be getting my business again until they carry a wider variety.
May 20, 2013
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