HAND WRAPS

AB705-4.5BLK

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AB705

 semi-stretch hand wraps offer a custom fit. Expertly made to help protect bones in the hand and wrist for safe training.

  • 2.5 meters HAND WRAPS
    They are perfect for the hands of the little ones, for children and young students.
  • 3.5 meters HAND WRAPS
    Designed for most amateurs, they allow the right bandage around the wrist and knuckles.
  • 4.5 meters HAND WRAPS
    Excellent for the more experienced and those who often practice sparring, they allow you to make many more turns around the hand to create a consistent padding.
  • FEATURES
    • Closure: Velcro
    • Gender: Unisex
    • Length: 2
    • Material: Cotton/Nylon

WHICH HAND WRAPPING CHOOSE?

Making a good hand wrapping is essential to safeguard the wrist joint and better pad the part of the back of the hand before putting on the boxing gloves.

Leone1947 offers wraps of different lengths to satisfy the different needs of each fighter.

  • 2.5 meters HAND WRAPS
    They are perfect for the hands of the little ones, for children and young students.
  • 3.5 meters HAND WRAPS
    Designed for most amateurs, they allow the right bandage around the wrist and knuckles.
  • 4.5 meters HAND WRAPS
    Excellent for the more experienced and those who often practice sparring, they allow you to make many more turns around the hand to create a consistent padding.


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    HOW TO WRAP YOUR HAND

    There are several techniques for creating a bandage, for the less experienced here is a practical guide to bandaging the hand correctly.

    1. Each band has a small loop at the end: put it in your thumb.
    2. Proceed to wrap your wrist for 3-4 turns.
    3. Now move on to wrap your knuckles, make sure not to tighten too much by closing your fist as you turn.
    4. Now pass the band between each finger, thumb included
    5. Go back to the wrist and close the bandage thanks to the velcro.

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    Always rely on your master, he will know how to indicate the correct way.

    TIP: After training, don't roll up the bandages again! Sweat them open and then wash them. Roll them up again only when dry.

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