Harbinger 1250 Training Grip WristWra…


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Freeze good quality but the velcro staps dont always stay in place. I find myself having to adjust the straps quite often.

Skalmo Gloves got a hole in them on the 8th month of use right on the thumb seam. Contacted Harbinger and got absolutely no response. They do not back their products at all. If you want something that will last then DO NOT purchase these. You might as well burn your money. I am getting a pair of Schiek next time.

Mike, the power lifter I lift about 5 times a week, pretty intensively with both free weights and machines. This is my 2nd pair in the last 18 months or so, and am about to replace them again, but probably with another brand or style (considering the Bionic glove). The outer lining gets frayed and torn up, while the inner lining can often bleed or rub off a greenish color on your wrists or wristbands. I've found that wearing wristbands provides the most comfort and protection, but every now and then, my wrists can still get a little tweaked from lifting at a slightly wrong angle with too much weight on. It starts off very cushy, comfortable, and fits very snugly. But after awhile, it just feels really worn, rough, stinky and sweaty. I try to spray Lysol Disinfectant on it weekly, but still. I'm kind of on the fence in regards to recommending it to others.

Gym Rat I lift about 5 times a week, pretty intensively with both free weights and machines. This is my 2nd pair in the last 18 months or so, and am about to replace them again, but probably with another brand or style (considering the Bionic glove). The outer lining gets frayed and torn up, while the inner lining can often bleed or rub off a greenish color on your wrists or wristbands. I've found that wearing wristbands provides the most comfort and protection, but every now and then, my wrists can still get a little tweaked from lifting at a slightly wrong angle with too much weight on. It starts off very cushy, comfortable, and fits very snugly. But after awhile, it just feels really worn, rough, stinky and sweaty. I try to spray Lysol Disinfectant on it weekly, but still. I'm kind of on the fence in regards to recommending it to others.

Ziz Use gloves 5-6 times per week. The gloves lasted a solid 8 months. I have already listed the pro's. I agree with previous reviews. You should replace your gloves every 6 months or so and you CANNOT expect these, or any glove for that matter, to last longer than 6 months especially if you are an avid lifter and wear these frequently. Again, to those who posted the negative reviews, GET A CLUE! THESE GLOVES ARE GREAT AND PROBABLY THE BEST AVAILABLE!

Danny I have purchased 2 of these. My First pair lasted about 2 years before the stitching started to fall apart. Very good gloves but you do have to talc them and spray them down everyday otherwise the material its made of starts to stink bad. If you start washing them they will self destruct and the material will dry out. My second pair never developed any smell because i was spraying them. Maybe they changed the material as well.

bob I work out as much as I can and these gloves are great they are the best coolest gloves I have ever seen they work great. My wrists started hurting after I lifted so I thought I would try a new glove that protects the wrists more so I decided I would try these out because they looked really good and well you can judge this book by its cover now my wrists never hurt after lifting.

Jack the Gym Rat The only problem I had with them is the wrist wraps streched out to much making them useless. I have a very large hand with a slender wrist which in the begining was fine but as they broke in the contact patch shrunk. This lead the wrist support being useless. While they are great gloves I wish they had done more to fix this problem

SuperJohn Those that think a glove should last more than 5 months of working out 5-6 times a week need to get a clue. Great gloves, last a good long while. Replace your gloves twice a year.

Chuck the Fitness Warrior Greatest lifting gloves- They support & protect. Furthermore, they are extremely durable. It takes about a week to get used to them, but after a week, there is no better lifting glove!!!



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