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Five Star Reviews:

39%
Great value
August 22, 2017
Needed some actual hand wraps. I was using ace wraps for the longest time. These are very good but I think I bought a size too small. I think I should be able to go around my hand a few more times. Otherwise, they work well paired with my Neoprene Heavy Bag Gloves.
Good deal!
July 18, 2017
Great price for all three. I was able to keep one for myself, give one to my husband but it was too big for my 11 year old lil hands.
Nice wraps for kids
April 8, 2017
Good qualiy and nice wraps for the price.
So far so good
March 6, 2017
I bought my husband punching bag/ speed bag combo for Christmas that he finally set up (took long enough lol) so I finally ordered him the extra gear he needs for it. These were as described, shipping was fast and the price is great!
I am 140 lbs, female athlete and my hands arent that big, these work well
July 26, 2016
If you understand what these are and that they should be worn under gloves to support your joints (and not as a substitute for gloves, lol), then you should be happy with this product. they ARE a shorter length, as advertised. I am 140 lbs, female athlete and my hands arent that big, so I went with the shorter length. they cover enough to do the standard wrap job, but if you want more wrist support you should really just go with the full length ones. I thought those would be way too long for me but if I could go back I would just get them. quality of product is good, no complaints yet!
65%
I wouldn't change a thing!
December 16, 2016
No problems at all with these handwraps. Exactly as they look in the picture, and exactly as described. They have a thumb loop like you'd expect (I bought one once that didn't... that pissed me off) and the velcro is long and strong. It breathes well and cleans up well. I've used these for maybe 2 dozen sessions so I can't speak too much about the durability but so far no obvious signs of wear so I think they'll be fine. At $7, I'm happy.
My favorite wraps
August 4, 2016
I started traditional boxing about a year ago as an addition to my kickboxing routine, so I experimented with several different kinds of hand wraps to use underneath my box gloves. These Mexican style wraps are my favorite for a number of reasons. First, I like the length: I don't have huge hands but they're not petite, so I need to make sure I get enough padding around my knuckles and wrists to prevent knuckle scrapes and wrist sprains. These do the job well. The wider style wrap covers more area, again a plus if you are seeking more coverage. But what really sets these wraps apart is that they have just the slightest bit of stretch, so they are not bulky, don't bunch up, and are comfortable between fingers. They wash well, just use a lingerie bag the prevent tangling and the Velcro from getting stuck on your other clothing. I've also found that if you let them air dry, they don't pull up and last a lot longer. I've been using the same three wraps for a year now and they still look really good.
Work as intended.
November 19, 2014
Not much to say about them besides they serve their purpose. Wraps are wraps. Since they are the "first line of protection" between your hand/wrist and your target, it is best to make sure it does the job correctly.The only downside, which I don't think can be avoided, is when you wash them, the velcro starts to wrinkle. Best bet is to buy several sets (5-10) and rotate them so you can let them air dry more frequently and wash them less often. Maybe every 5th time you wear a set, wash them. So if you owned 5-10 pairs, and wore each set 5 times before washing? Would last significantly longer before the velcro starts to go. Regardless, for $6 a pop? Isn't going to break the bank either way.
Great for beginners and it's a little thicker than average ...
August 26, 2014
Great for beginners and it's a little thicker than average to help with cushioning when hitting the bags! For this low a price, I'm really really happy with the product.I use mine about 5-6 times a week for boxing and mma, so they start getting smelly quick, I have to wash them every 3 days.When you wash yours, definitely use a delicate's laundry bag so they don't get all tangled up!DO NOT MACHINE DRY!!Hang them over your door or your shower rod, etc, and let them air dry hanging over night!! This way, it won't warp or damage the velcro and they dry smooth out, not all wrinkly and annoying!!I LOVE THESE!!Buying another pair soon!!
10 years experience. I recommend for quality & price.
August 31, 2013
I ordered these with something else and got free shippingso I got two wraps, one for each hand, for about $7 total.They are good quality, as are most Ringside products, at leastthe higher end stuff Ringside sells. Other companies have gonedown in quality dramatically over the past decade which is whyI quit buying from Title, Everlast, Grant, Fairtex, etc. All brandsmay have one or two good products but Ringside has the most consistentquality across its inventory these days - unless you are talking aboutsuper expensive gear (like $250 boxing gloves made for pros).
I LOVE these 180' Mexican style wraps!
August 20, 2013
You can never go wrong with Ringside. I love these wraps! The elastic in the fabric is great and once you wrap your hands with these, you can definitly feel the difference when you compare it to most other wraps. Extremely comfortable, especially when you land your punches, you could punch all day with these wraps. Great support and protection from messing up your wrists or hands when training and has a wider and more of an elastic feel than other brands. I have a black pair of everlast 120' and they are decent, but at the same price of these Ringside 180's, I would go with Ringside, definitly if you also have big hands and forearms.I perfer the longer wraps so the 180's are perfect for me since I like to spread each of my finger gaps with a wrap going through. Some like to do one or two or none at all, I like doing all three and I also like wrapping halfway down my forearm like the Mui Thai fighters do. When I was young, my boxing coach wrapped my fists like that before sparring when I didn't know how to wrap and it was so comfortable, I learned to wrap that way and I never wrapped another way after that. So again, that's why I perfer the longer 180's. They feel like the ones I used in boxing too, unlike the Everlast wraps that did feel a little off to me, but that is just me. Nothing against Everlast, I like them too, but I like Ringside products more, just my taste.Another plus is that you can choose which color you perfer too! I got blue since it is my fav color. They also have more traditional colors like black and red, I wouldn't perfer the white or yellow colors. Stains (especially blood stains) would be alot more noticable... then again, you're not trying to look pretty and clean when you're ready to get down to business. Also they have pink wraps for the ladies. These wraps are the only ones that I have seen that have printing by the thumb loop that shows which side should be down. Lol it happens to the best of us when we don't pay attention and accidently wrap with the handwrap upside down, not noticing until the end when you use the velcro. That is pretty much it for these amazing wraps. The only negative I could find is that if you're like me and have big forearms, when you finish wrapping, the velcro barely reaches the patch it sticks to.

Four Star Reviews:

16%
Shorter than I'm used to
July 10, 2017
They do the job, are a bit thin and shorter than I'm used to using. You do get 2 wraps per color you see here (6 wraps in total)
Great wraps.
July 7, 2017
Don't want to break my wrists, so needed for my heavy bag. Great wraps.
good product for the price
November 7, 2016
I'm a woman and use these wraps regularly for the heavy bag. Yes, they are shorter and don't have elastic, but for my needs and the size of my hands, they work great. the price is very good for a 3-pack.
Good for the price, questionable on durability
July 13, 2016
When it comes to wraps, there is not much to say except that you'd hope that they are good quality. As far as these are concerned, they meet that criteria and more. With a name like Everlast, there is no doubt to their quality. I would have given this item five stars; however, all boxing enthusiasts and professionals alike should know that the quality of a wrap varies with the price. As the old saying goes, "you get what you pay for," and certainly, these are not the BEST wraps out there.
Nice hand wraps for my 7-year-old daughter
December 17, 2014
These have been good, solid hand wraps for my 7-year-old daughter who is learning how to box. I only have two minor complaints (both of which were easily solved):
1) There is no indicator on the hand wraps to tell my daughter which side should be face-down when wrapping her hands. I improvised by marking a black (or silver) "X" with a permanent marker on the side that should be face-down, right below the thumb loop.
2) The velcro fasteners were a bit long for my daughter's tiny wrists, so I just cut off the extra velcro that was hanging after she wrapped her hands.
Overall, my daughter & I are happy with these hand wraps & recommend them to other kids looking to protect their hands while boxing.
14%
... these for about a week now and I really like them. They are extra long which lets me ...
September 8, 2017
I have been using these for about a week now and I really like them. They are extra long which lets me add more support for my wrists. I would probably order again.Negatives are:They do snag easily in the Velcro/ stretch out if your not careful. The color is great, but it bleeds onto my skin every time I wear them. Have washed them and worn several times to high intensity kickboxing.
Good, basic wraps in an excellent selection of colors
November 30, 2016
I really like these wraps. The color has remained vibrant through several washings, and the slight stretch keeps me from accidentally wrapping too tight. The velcro is EXTREMELY strong (almost too strong for my noodle arms after training some days). I love that these come in more colors than the standard black and red, and am eyeing those bright blue ones for a backup pair.The only issue keeping these from being 5 stars is that the stitching on the thumb loop came undone the first time I used them. Considering how much stress that seam is under, it ought to be sewn far more tightly, preferably with a zig-zag for strength, which is what I did. I've had no trouble with them since. Be aware that you or a friend might need to repair them long before the rest of the wrap wears out.
Excellent quality wraps
July 15, 2016
Nice wraps, extra long allowing me to wrap my wrists, knuckles and in-between each finger. I use these in sync with a pair of Venum Challenger 2.0 Boxing Gloves, White, 16-Ounce and it's a great fit. Thumb loop seems extra large compared to my old shorter and thinner Everlast wraps, which is nice. The "This Side Down" was printed correctly on my pair, although I've read other reviews that claim theirs was printed on the incorrect side. These wraps do what they should do, don't cost an arm and a leg, and need to be washed in a bag of some type or your wife (or husband) may kill you when they wrap around the agitator of your washing machine and break it...If I get more wraps, I would not hesitate to pick up another pair of these.Cheers!
... want to say that these hand wraps are 10x better than the ones made by Everlast
March 2, 2016
First and foremost I want to say that these hand wraps are 10x better than the ones made by Everlast.They are:-Sturdy but still give a little bit of stretching room which is AWESOME!-Velcro is very strong and thick; preventing the stitching from coming apart.-AND it tells you which side of the tape goes down when wrapping, which is helpful for people like me.The only con on my part that I noticed with these wraps was that, I like to wrap in between my fingers and it took some getting use to because of the thickness compared to my other wraps (everlast) but none the less, I like them!
A little too long, but made really well.
January 20, 2016
I started boxing last year and wanted to start by getting some handwraps. They came really quickly and were well packaged. My only complaint about them is that the thumb strap isn't long enough to fit around the rolled up wraps. So when you're done with them and they're rolled up, you have to use a rubber band or something else to hold it closed.Otherwise it's made of good material, it's very long and sturdy, it's quite easy to wrap and the velcro is in great condition. It also comes with information on how to wash the wraps when you're done using them. I have small hands (I'm 5' 5", 135lbs) and I think this length is a little too long.
but one of my boxing buddies recommended these wraps as some the best on the market
January 15, 2016
was a bit reluctant to buy this item, but one of my boxing buddies recommended these wraps as some the best on the market, so I bought two pairs.I am using them for a few weeks now, and I am very, very happy with them. The fabric is a bit thicker than the one in the usual 180 in. hand wraps, and somehow less elastic. They are well made and very easy to use. Overall, I feel that these Mexican wraps provide better cushion to the knuckles and a more firm grip on the wrists, at least in my experience.Definitely, a very good product, though it will definitely require more space in your gloves (when compared with the regular 180 in. wraps), so, if your gloves are already tight, when you have the wraps on, do not switch to Mexican wraps , as they may not fit in our gloves. On the positive side, I used the wraps also on the speed bag (and on the double-end bag) training (without gloves) and they provided the best combination of knuckle / fist cushion and relative freedom of movement of the fist /wrist.I highly recommend this product; I feel that it helps best in protecting the knuckles and the wrist. I will definitely buy some more, when the two pairs I bought wear out.

Three Star Reviews:

16%
The product is good, but I gave only three stars because the ...
July 20, 2017
The product is good, but I gave only three stars because the "net" was open and a little messed up, but I like it.
Just like the first set I bought
December 9, 2016
Just like the first set I bought, the stitching that attaches the velcro to these wraps is very shoddy. Expect to either re-sew them on or use without as they come off very easily. Other than that they are ok. It is just disappointing that every piece of gear I have purchased from Everlast has had issues. Heavy bag had hard spots, a terrible settling issue and the support straps ripped off the bag. MMA gloves had stitching coming apart after a few months of use. Everlast used to be a brand synonymous with quality but seems to no longer be the case.
They're still a good pair of wraps, just had a bad draw, maybe?
April 5, 2016
They're a decent enough 3-pack of wraps; durability is in question though... I had bought and owned the same 3-pack from Dick's Sporting Goods in like 2010 or 2011 and just replaced them early this year. Granted, I hadn't used them nearly as often as I do now, but I still hadn't gotten around to using them all that much before the velcro on the red wraps almost completely tore off as I was removing them. I wouldn't say I was aggressive with them or negligent with their care; I always re-wrap them in the circle they came in when I'm through and I always stow them neatly in my gym tote.

Not sure if I just had a bad draw, because I would still recommend them to anyone who needed wraps, just a little bummed one pair's longevity was shot early.
Not the best product, but worth a try when exploring a new sport.
February 25, 2015
I agree with many other reviewers that these Hand Wraps are not very long, but if all you want is a little extra knuckle padding or wrist support inside your boxing glove, then I would recommend this Everlast 4455-3 3-Pk.

Pro:
-I can get wrapped and hitting the bag before anyone else even gets their gloves on.
-I can add extra support where it's needed; wrist support or knuckle padding.
-They seem to absorb a lot of the sweat that would normally be saturating my gloves.

Cons:
-Only after a few 2 hour sessions the material seems to be falling apart. Specifically the Velcro stitching.
-The Velcro also snags on the wraps and corrupts the fabric by harshly pulling it apart.
-As mentioned, these are great for the added support, but they are too short to properly wrap both my knuckles and wrist.

I would recommend this product to anyone who is exploring the sport that uses boxing gloves. You'll want to invest is something better later, but this is a great starter pack.
Too short, get longer ones if you are a beginner
February 9, 2015
First, let me tell you I'm a beginner in boxing. I have 4 weeks learning to punch.

I like the quality of these wraps and the fact they are not elastic is actually good for me. However, they are WAY TOO SHORT(108 inches). They cover me but I feel pain in my finger when I punch. My boxing trainer told me it is because I'm not use to hit and my knuckles need to get used to, so I need more protection. which these wraps cannot provide. After two days I got two swollen fingers, which I never had before.

These are NOT BAD WRAPS. the quality is good, it's just they are short. I was under the impression old wraps had a standard lenght. I was wrong.

Before this I had Everlast Flexcool Handwraps (180 inches) and those were too elastic, they got my fingers purple after boxing (i'm just learning). I lost them so I bought these. I will keep them and try them again in 6 months.
11%
Flawed product, but serviceable. Okay for the price.
January 15, 2017
Ordered two pairs. Several are different lengths which makes wrapping the same way every time impossible. And one has velcro on the wrong side of wrap (in relation to the "This side down." text at the starting end). Material is okay and fairly sturdy so far. I've had them for about 7 months with consistent use 3 to 4 times a week with washings. Will probably have to replace in a few more months.All in all, okay for the price. Not perfectly made, but serviceable.
Inconsistent product. Ordered 2 sets, one is good, the other is garbage.
November 25, 2015
Inconsistent product.I received two completely different sets of wraps. One of the sets is a darker color blue than the other. It stays nice and flat and wide, very elastic, and very easy to wrap up with. The other set is a lighter blue, and rolls up into itself, is difficult to get to open flat, and just a real pain to wrap up with. The material appears to be completely different and there are obvious inconsistencies in manufacturing. I wouldn't buy online again. I would have to see it in person to know what I am getting.
These handwraps are nice and thick
November 3, 2015
I definitely prefer the slight elasticity of Mexican-style handwraps. It's all about comfort.These handwraps are nice and thick, durable, and a good length.Quality control seems to be a problem though as the velcro seemed to be on the wrong side of at least half of my wraps. It's not a huge deal, as a slight twist of the wrap will make things right, but it's still annoying.Otherwise, the price is fair and durability is good (I've been using mine for about 2 months now).
Not happy with this purchase
October 22, 2015
I really didn't care for these. Why? Because the "elastic" didn't hold up, so they didn't stay snug. I know these aren't supposed to stretch a lot, but they are supposed to have enough elasticity to stay snug on your hands. These don't. I bought 2 sets and never even used the 2nd one. My experience? I'm no hardcore boxer. A few years ago, I took an MMA type class...3x a week for 6 months. Had 2 sets of RevGear 180" wraps (supplied by the Instructor). They were my only experience before these. Those held up, didn't twist much and lasted through several wash cycles. Fast forward, I decide to go back to some of the same type of training, but only wrap up once a week. I purchased these because I just wanted fresh ones. Well, after about 5 uses, they would loosen up and not stay snug. What really drove me crazy was they would twist and fold when I was re-wrapping them. I began to wonder if I was going to have to iron them. I always re-rolled them after each use, but somehow, that didn't seem to help. I threw the set I'd been using away and bought a different brand. Interestingly, my friend borrowed my other pair of Ringside's (used maybe once, if ever). We'd never discussed my opinion of them and while she was wrapping up, she commented she didn't like them because the elastic wasn't good. I thought it might have just been me, but doesn't sound like it. The positives are the color didn't fade or stain and they are not flimsy. Velcro is plenty good.
Weak Velcro
July 2, 2015
I used to never wear wraps during striking training. One time I mounted a sandbag and peppered it with hammerfists barehanded, just for kicks and giggles. A hit with my left hand must have been at an odd angle since I immediately felt a surge of pain in my left wrist. It had been hurting me for about another month, and continuous training did not help. I decided it would be time to buy some wraps and I looked for the cheapest pair I could find. These were it. I spent half an hour on YouTube figuring out how to wrap them up, and since then, my wrist is feeling almost back to normal. Wear wraps, people. Learn from a hotheaded amateur.As for the wraps themselves, they're pretty good. They do their job and there's nothing terribly outstanding about them. However, every time I undo the velcro to either wrap up or unwrap my hands, I see little pieces of the from the rough velcro strap (the one that isn't soft and wispy) falling off. I undo the velcro normally, not too vigorously at all. I have a feeling these wraps will last me a few months before I only have half a velcro hook and loop fastener. At that point, I might have to use tape.
if you have smaller hands like I do
December 17, 2014
They work as intended. Compared to the Everlast wraps, they seem to be a bit wider but thinner. They also tend to fold over a bit easier, but that could simply be because I havent broken then in yet. This makes it a bit harder to work with. The width of the wrap can be a pro, if you have larger hands, or a con, if you have smaller hands like I do.Another issue I have with these is the area where the thumb hook connects to the wrap. There is a rather large bump where the two are sewn together, which just happens to lie on top of the bump on my wrist (from the ulna). It causes a bit of discomfort, but not enough to distract me from my boxing.

Two Star Reviews:

12%
Only 108" short!
April 15, 2017
(Beginner) These wraps are only 108" long, which I don't see clearly anywhere in the product description. I see a dozen different ways to wrap hands for boxing, and so far these wraps come up short for about six that I've tried. Make sure you buy the right length for the style wrap you use!
Not a good choice for a "man sized" hand.
August 28, 2016
I purchased these a few month back. I found that the wraps would not go around my hands enough time to really secure my wrists and hands. These are 108". I saw some reviews for another brand that was 180" Mexican style wraps that were really good. So, I ordered those. The length of the 180" were exactly what I needed. Plus, the material for the Mexican style was much better quality. These Everlast may be okay for someone with very small hands and minimal use. However, they are not a good choice for a "man sized" hand that wants to use them regularly.
Not satisfied!
March 28, 2016
Figured this would be a good product based on the Everlast name, I was wrong. I used the black wraps as soon as I got these in, after one 45 minute kickboxing workout the thumb loop completely ripped off. I decided to let that go as a fluke. Well today, after probably 6 or 7 workouts, the white wraps also had the loop rip off. I know i'm not overly hard on these, as I have a pair of wraps that are well over 6 months old and still going strong. Very disappointed.
These are a low priced for a reason. The ...
December 21, 2014
These are a low priced for a reason. The velcro sticks to the wrap in the washing machine and dryer (I keep them in a mesh washing bag so they don't stick to my clothes), and when you pull the velcro off the wrap, it tears the fabric of the wrap. So the wraps have tears and rips all over them. These are OK for me (torn or not) because I only take a couple kickboxing classes a month, with these wraps on my hands, under boxing gloves, with a heavy bag. But if you are serious about boxing or kickboxing, and will take many classes a week, go the next level up!
Not Great Quality. Not Full Length Wraps. Beware!
September 21, 2012
BEWARE!! NOT FULL LENGTH HAND WRAPS!!!!!!!! These are 108 inches, not 180. You cannot fully wrap your hands with them unless you are a junior or have very small hands. They work fine if you modify the wrap, but will not offer the same measure of protection as a full 180 inch wrap. I find it perturbing that it says nowhere on the main description about the length. Very easy to look over, I would think.
There are three PAIRS, which is great. When it said 3 Pack Hand Wraps, I assumed there were simply three wraps, one for each hand and an extra.
They work well for me. I have not washed them yet, but I assume they are going to fray in the washing machine. That's why there are 3 pairs.
They do NOT hold up if you try to wrap very tightly. The velcro ripped right out of the seams the other day when I tried to wrap my knuckles for muy thai.
The price was a good deal and incredibly fast shipping from the seller. It shipped out one day and arrived for pickup the very next afternoon. Price is great, especially as these go for twice the price at a store like Dick's Sporting Goods.
5%

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One Star Reviews:

17%
Poor Quality/ Uncomfortable Wraps
August 20, 2017
We bought these to have extra wraps on hand but they don't hold up well when my hands are wrapped inside the boxing gloves. They don't stay tightly bound and loosen up in all the wrong places causing rubbing against my knuckles in the gloves. Also need to be careful washing them in a laundry bag because the Velcro if it's exposed will tear them up. Update: They have completely started to fall apart after 2nd wash inside the laundry bag. I even connected the Velcro but it's so long it still gets exposed.
You're paying for one time use
July 27, 2017
Very cheap quality. Fabric has already ripped apart, only got one use out of them. Fell apart in the hand wash cycle.
I had no problems with length like other reviewers- my issues was the cheap fabric. You're paying for one time use of each pair.
Do not buy
July 26, 2017
Flimsy and too thin for support. Coming apart during first use. Even the velcro tears rhe fabric. More like crepe paper than a decent wrap.
Poor quality, basically unusable - cannot recommend at all
September 18, 2016
I bought these thinking I was getting at least a good product from a reputable brand - that is not what I got.

On the first use I noticed the fabric was incredibly thin and they seemed shorter than my previous wraps. I just measured them to be 93 inches from the loop base (which is sewn on and rather awkward) to the start of the velcro. So they are shorter than listed.

I decided to give them another chance for a second class. The velcro, which had lifted a bit during the first use, was now coming completely off (something my other wraps took nearly 20 classes to do).

In short, these come up short (literally), they are poor quality fabric and construction and I should just send them back as they are really unusable.
Poor sewing job
June 24, 2016
Not worth the money. The velcro is strong but is poorly sewn to the wrap. I ripped the velcro from one pair the first time I tried to take off the wraps after one training session. After inspecting another pair, it's obvious that it was not an isolated mistake. Poor sewing job. On the wraps, the inside and out side is not marked close to the loop as on many other brands, so I end up wasting time during the wrap job.

After one session, I ordered higher quality wraps from another manufacturer.
5%
So sad to see what was once a great brand make ...
October 8, 2017
Complete junk - material is thinner than single ply toilet paper - not sure why Ring Side even bothered. So sad to see what was once a great brand make product like this that are worthless.
Disappointed!
September 27, 2017
I use these for kickboxing. One of them has the “This Side Down” printed on the wrong side, which is a minor issue. But these hand wraps are very thin and don’t have enough elasticity. I don’t feel the support I need when I wear these. I like the Meister hand wraps better.
Utter disappointment, velcro straps peeled off almost immediately.
July 24, 2017
The velcro which is sewn onto the wraps begun peeling off the first time I unwrapped these. I had to use fabric glue (which hardens and keeps the fabric and velcro in tact much better than sewing it again which could cause the wrap to tear). The same thing is happening in all sides of each wrap and I'm going to have to completely fabric-glui the entire velcro adhesive on both sides of both wraps if I want to continue buying these. Honestly, I was disappointed because I heard such great things about this company. I've been using my everlast 180 for over a year now without such issues and I washed those everyday. Nontheless, if you are in the market for a new set of wraps, do not buy these unless you have fabric glue lying around or a sewing machine which can secure the velcro.
This product needs some improvement! The material between the ...
March 8, 2017
This product needs some improvement! The material between the velcro pieces tore almost immediately while I was just trying to learn to hand wrap. I did not even get to use them at the gym. I did request a return and Amazon took care of it. Thanks Amazon!
Poor quality control
August 18, 2016
These seem like decent wraps, but one of them was completely missing the thumb loop, it's a few inches shorter than the other. I'd give them 4 stars otherwise, after one use.
Bought this based on all the other reviews. Most ...
August 14, 2016
Bought this based on all the other reviews. Most important to me are elasticity, length and width, and feel of the material. The handwraps I got were not elastic at all -- the material barely had any give and it was thick. The length and width are ok, but the material itself feels cheap and I'm not sure how long these will last.
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Price
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Article Number
Article Number
0009283503741
0610373347178
Binding
Binding
Sports
Sports
Brand
Brand
Everlast
Ringside
Color
Color
Multi
Blue
Currency
Currency
USD
USD
Department
Department
unisex-adult
unisex-adult
Formatted Price
Formatted Price
$14.99
$6.99
Height
Height
118.1 in
118.5 in
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Length
Length
334.6 in
197.2 in
Manufacturer
Manufacturer
Everlast
Ringside
Model
Model
4455-3
MHW BLUE
MPN
MPN
4455-3
MHW BLUE
Number of Parts
Number of Parts
4455-3
MHW BLUE
Product Group
Product Group
Sports
Sports
Product Type
Product Type
SPORTING_GOODS
SPORTING_GOODS
Publisher
Publisher
Everlast
Ringside
Quantity
Quantity
1
1
Release Date
Release Date
2005-01-06
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Reviews
Reviews
Score
Score
7.4
8.8
Size
Size
One Size
180-Inch
Studio
Studio
Everlast
Ringside
Warranty
Warranty
1 year
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Weight
Weight
0.0 oz
0.0 oz
Width
Width
137.8 in
118.5 in
Feature
Feature

Measure 2 x 108 inches

Made of machine-washable 100% durable cotton-weave

Convenient thumb loop with Velcro closure for easy and secure wrapping

Meet professional and amateur requirements

180" of semi-elastic material

Offers vital protection for the bones of the hand and wrist

Hook & loop closure allows you to get them on and off in seconds

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