Best Wrist Wraps Available Now

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Rip Toned Wrists Wraps

The Design

Toned Wrist Wraps really are made for those with heavy weightlifting and tough workouts on their agenda and that’s why they made my Best Wrist Wraps list. They have the thumb loop design which is snug but not uncomfortable. I hate the feeling of a thumb loop that is too tight and it binds. This loop is tight enough that it keeps the wrap just where is should be for your whole workout. The Velcro closing is a good length and it the right spot leaving you a good spread for the right size as well as the fact they are 18 inches long and 3 inches wide, making them perfect if you have beast forearms and wrists. Rip Toned Wrist Wraps are stiff and solid making no mistake they are here for your business. The stitching is strong, durable, looks good and stands up very well when after numerous washes.

The Value

For the money, these are going to be hard to beat because they are inexpensive and cheaper than most other wraps you’ll’ll find. Don’t let the price fool you because these are great wrist wraps. They are very strong, durable, easy to put on and tighten and quick to get off with a one size fits all.

The Quality

These wraps are good quality from top to bottom being made from high quality fabric making them very tough and long-lasting. They are of course machine washable with stitching that won’t come apart on you.

Pros

  • Hook and loop closure
  • Thumb loop to hold in place
  • They are affordable
  • The Durability

Cons

None I can see!

WOD Wear Crossfit Wrist Wraps

The WOD Wear Wrist Wraps are by far my favorite to wear for good reason. Once they are on I can twist to tighten, and twist to loosen. They are not bulky and I can easily wear them for a full Crossfit WOD. They are strong, last a long time (4 years and counting for me). They don’t cost much. I wish I could put them at the top of my list, but many people are looking for a different style for heavy power lifting. These are great for the multi disciplines of Crossfit.

 

 

The Design

The design of this style of wrist wrap is simple wrap around and around until you reach the string. When there just tuck the string under itself and you are golden. When you want to tighten them you twist them around your wrist in the direction you wrapped them until they are as tight as you want. To loosen them you just do the opposite. Very cool for Crossfit athletes. These come in so many different designs I can’t count. Want pink, there’s pink, want camo, well, it’s in the pic.

Because they are one size only, so easy to put on and use, area machine washable over and over again they are preferred by beginners, but good enough for the elite.

Value for money

The WOD Wear wrist wraps will do everything that you need them to do. They are comfortable, easy to adjust for all sizes, and are very durable too. They are double layered and made of heavy-duty cotton with reinforced stitching.

Build Quality

These wrist wraps are made to stand up to what you’ve got to deliver as they are super strong and log lasting. They are double bonded with 2 layers of premium grade cotton to ensure that they won’t wear away or tear at the edges. Plus they are also double stitched to ensure that they never come apart and can stand up to even the most intense workouts.

Pros

  • Easy to put on and adjust
  • Are quite durable
  • One size fits all
  • Machine washable
  • Provide great wrist support especially for Crossfit
  • tighten and loosen them with a twist

Cons

Some say they retain moisture, but I have never found this to be a problem

Nordic Wrist Wraps

The Design

Once again these wrist wraps are a one size fits all so the smallest woman and the largest man can use the same pair and both have a great fit. Not only that, but these wraps fit on either hand. This style of wrist wrap usually have left and right hands, but not the Nordic Wrist Wraps. Grab them and put them on without looking which are which.

The wraps also have one of the widest hook and loop fasteners out there making sure loop is secure around your thumb and the wraps never slip or move around on you.

I would use these if I’m doing a one rep max day as they are bigger and tougher than what I use for the daily WOD.

Value for money

They are put together right and are a good value for the money in that they won’t fall apart on you, stretch on you and the thumb loop won’t lose its elasticity. They provide great wrist support for heavy lifting time and time again.

Build quality

They are made of ultra-durable material which is designed to stand up to even the most strenuous of workouts. They won’t rip, tear, or break with prolonged movement and you can rest assured that they will last for ages.

Pros

  • Extremely durable
  • Fits all sizes
  • Provide great protection
  • Each wrap fits both the left and right hands
  • Price is right

Cons

There is no sizing and even though they say one size fits all, some reviews have said that especially for women that they may be a bit big for them.

Rogue Wrist Wraps

Rogue Wrist Wraps are the only ones so far I have reviewed that come in different sizes, 3 to be exact. They come in 13, 18, 24 inches and that pretty much covers most people they hope.

The Design

The wraps are made of elastic, polyester, and cotton and are in fact quite elastic so getting your perfect tightness should be a breeze. The cotton blend does tend to suck up sweat and they become a bit stinky after a few uses.

Once again as in most if not all of this design of wrist wrap, the closure is Velcro. Problem is the Velcro on these wraps is not as good as it should be. There are plenty of reviews saying the Velcro has failed making the wrap fairly useless. On to the stitching which has the same reviews. It tends to come apart early on in age. I’m a Rogue fan, but this isn’t acceptable for me in any product.

Pros

  • Great Support
  • 3 Sizes to choose from

  • A lot of colour options for you.

Cons

  • Bad Velcro
  • Poor stitching

 

DMoose Fitness Wraps

The Design

They are available in 2 sizes 12 and 18 inches and are made out of a blend of cotton, polyester, and elastic with a Velcro closure. If you are a big guy with larger wrists and forearms then these may not fit you. The support is a bit spongy due to the easily stretch in the elastic.

Value for Money

Not too great. There are a lot of people who swear by these wraps, but just as many who say the quality isn’t there for what you pay. They are too stretchy and therefore don’t give you the support you require especially with heavy lifting.

Build Quality

The Velcro closure is quite good in these wraps and won’t loosen or come apart on you. The stitching is so good on these wraps that if I was judging on just that they could even be number one. However these are small and lack support for heavy lifting. If you are a woman looking for a great set of wraps, these may be tailor made just for you.

Pros

  • Comfortable, good for small women

  • Velcro is strong

Cons

Small size and not much support if lifting heavy weights like a one rep max.

Me, I’ve been an active fittness buff for as long as I can remember and 5 years ago I put all of my efforts into the great sport of CrossFit.  This sport has elevated my fitness to new levels through a lot of hard work and dedication and I want to share this with you. Fitness keeps us healthy so get out there.

12 thoughts on “Best Wrist Wraps Available Now

  1. I Didnt know wrist syraps were even a thing. They sound great for cross fitters. My son does it so i will definitely have to cheCk them out aS his birthday is Next month. ThaNk you for The inFormative post!

  2. When I first injured my wrist (yes, I’ve managed to do it twice in a gym environment) I was surprised to find that there are no muscles that directly stabilise the wrist. I dread to think the pressure I’ve put against both wrists over the years. 

    The wrist I have the current problem with, and I doubt it will ever regain full strength, is my left wrist – will the Toned Wrist Wraps cater for both wrists? 

    • The Rip Toned wraps are petty heavy duty and designed for very heavy lifting.  That said if you have a wrist that needs extra support, these are the ones and can be worn for any gym lift

  3. Honestly, wrist wraps were accessories that didn’t register with me before. But things changed after I started weight training and I realised how important these things are for comfort as well as to avoid injuries. I didn’t know so many many variety of wrist wraps were available to choose from. You’ve got a great list there with pretty detailed reviews. Thanks for the wonderful post. I can recommend this site to some of my gym friends 🙂

    • Thanks for stopping by for the comment.  I very much appreciate it. 

      Wrist wraps although simple looking enough offer a real need and can be an essential part of your gym

  4. Always love a best list. Very helpful for someone looking to buy a wrist wrap.

    After reading your review, I think I’ll choose the Rip Toned Wrist Wraps. I’ve already spent a lot on work out equipment. If the wraps are good enough and cheap, I don’t see why not.

    Thanks for sharing!

  5. I have been going to the gym for some close to one month now and I understand clearly what you are talking about in this product guide. Well, since am still new to most of the things surrounding the gym these wrist wraps have just got my attention especially the Nordic Wrist Wrap.

    After much weight last week, I feel some pain on my joints and my instructor mentioned that I need some reinforcement on my joints until I get used completely. Do you think Nordic Wrist Wrap would be a good choice for a beginner like me or there is another better option?

    • Yes this can happen early on in your gym life when your body isn’t use to the new stresses.  Nordic are good and certainly would work for you.

  6. I don’t like the military style theme straps. I be called an army boy when I go to the gym. So I chose the Nordic wrist strap. Normal black color and not so flashy. Don’t like people disturb me when I am doing my workout. They fit great and washable. They won’t break or tear after wash too.

  7. Very good article and has lots of information.

    I’m in the bodybuilding and fitness world for a while, and the need of those wrist wraps is obvious.

    However, I still see people performing exercises without wearing those and then they start to complain they have pain or have some issues.

    It does’t matter if you lift heavy or light, you should do it for yourself.

    I’m  a huge fan of the Nordic Wrist Wraps, they are very good and never had any problem with them.

    Thanks for sharinh this post!

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