Wrist Assured Gloves

Flex Fitness Gloves

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Reviews (3.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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4

Good, but.....

8/25/2020 by Tommie

While these do help when doing yoga, which is why I purchased them, I really wish they were easier to get on and off. They actually cause me pain but once on, they work for why I got them. Maybe some sort of tab would ease removal?

4

Good padding on palms

6/22/2018 by Pat from Bethel

These gloves help cushion the palms of the hands. The fingers slide a bit when in use. So far no problems but I'm concerned that they may cause irritation. I measured my hands according to the directions. I don't know why they don't fit better.

4

Work great but falling apart

10/22/2015 by Leslie

These are great gloves but are the wrist piece has become detached from the main glove.

4

Great gloves

5/17/2015 by Jackie

I really like these gloves. The gel helps keep my hands from going to sleep when I ride my bike. The gloves are a little difficult to remove when my hands are sweaty but worth the effort.

4

A little snug

3/30/2015 by Roxanne

Between the fingers is a bit tight, which makes it difficult to do pushups and the like (since my hands slide forward a bit).

4

Great

12/21/2014 by Jeff

Fit great...work great...my downward facing dog is much improved

4

Served our needs...and then some

11/2/2014 by Hope

I haven't used these yet, but I'm sure I will. The small was still a bit too big for my hand, but I can live with that.

4

a gift for a friend who bikes and plays recketball.

9/22/2014 by george

waiting to here his response on the field. he did love the comfort and fit.

4

Satisfied customer . . .

9/18/2014 by Judy

The gloves are what I expected, they fit, quality is good, and they arrived in a reasonable amount of time.
Thank you.

3

Good for certain things

4/21/2015 by Heather

These gloves make push-ups more comfortable, and I can do more reps of certain exercises that require me to put pressure on my wrists. But with some exercises that require a more angled approach (like planking with my hands planted on a boku ball), the cloth pulls in the area between my fingers, and it's very painful. These are a great first design - but I'm hoping they partner up with Harbinger or someone who really knows how to make a proper fitness glove so their fantastic idea can be incorporated into a more comfortable glove.

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The Wrist Assured Gloves Story

Joint Protection Products - WAGs Wrist Assured Gloves

Wrist Assist

A little extra support goes a long way when you’re doing weight-bearing exercises that can strain your wrists.

After a soccer accident made certain yoga moves uncomfortable for Paula Wilbert, she searched for a product that would give her the wrist support she needed. When she couldn’t find one, Paula—who’s an occupational therapist—created her own. She experimented with different materials and teamed with a seamstress, Judy Lawson, to fashion a glove around the ergonomic gel pad she designed. The result is WAGs (Wrist Assured Gloves).

The heart of WAGs is Paula’s anatomically contoured gel
wedge that’s inserted into the palm. The gel pad supports your hand and wrist as you move through yoga, Pilates, and other fitness sequences. It has a V-shaped cutout to avoid compressing the median nerve, which transverses the wrist, and a non-slip exterior to provide added stability.

There are three styles that provide varying levels of wrist support. Pro is Paula’s original glove, featuring the ergonomically designed gel pad. Ultra combines the same contoured gel pad with an elastic wrist wrap for extra support, and Flex is a cross-training style with a slimmer gel pad for a wider range of activities, including cycling and strength training.

If you don’t want wrist pain to slow you down when you’re on a long bike ride, or distract you when you’re doing yoga or lifting weights, try WAGs. Relief is in the palm of your hand.
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