Wrist Assured Gloves

Flex Fitness Gloves

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Reviews (3.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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Good idea

10/5/2014 by Jim

This is a wonderful idea but i was so disappointed that it was too small for me.


Well made but not what I was looking for.

8/20/2014 by Deanna

Great concept but snug in the wrist and loose in the palm. Will be returning but will remain ever hopeful for some other neat product to consider!!


Needs more defined sizes.

11/18/2013 by vickie

I think this is probably a very good product; however, I might have ordered a size too small. Since it only comes in S and M, I ordered the small fearing the M would be way too large. The glove does not fit me as pictured here. It does not cover my wrist like the picture nor fingers. I use the gloves at the gym. I will continue using them, but I think a larger size would be more comfortable. I have worn them several times, so I can't return them.

{The Grommet response - thanks for the suggestion about more sizes. For those reading this review before ordering, it's a good recommendation to use the size chart linked within the details to order the size that will work for you.}



7/13/2015 by Janet

I am not a small person, 5'5", 146 lbs and the small gloves were too large. I did not return them because of the trouble and time it would take. My hands slipped so they did not work for me.


Small is not small enough

4/6/2015 by Eileen

Unfortunately I will be returning these - even the small size is too big for my hands... AND, I was disappointed that there was not more wrist support, just padding for the hands. I really wanted these to work, darn!



1/13/2017 by Lynn

Not for me. Wierd fit.



1/21/2014 by Pamela

I had high hopes- I love to do yoga, but I have wrist pain. The first time I wore them, in down dog, my fingers slid forward in the glove, so far that the material between my fingers was pinching me, causing a different kind of pain. I haven't worn them since, and I can't send them back because I don't have the original packaging. $30 laying in the bottom of my gym bag.



1/6/2014 by Craig

These probably provide some pretty good support if your issue is with the thumb or base of your hand. I have a small tear in the tendon in my wrist. Small enough that it will hopefully heal w/o surgery. It is painful (and destructive) to do a simple pushup. I did not find this provided good support. I am better off using the wrist support items at Sports Authority and other retailers. I would pay $100 for something that worked right but this did not provide as good a support as the wraps at SA.

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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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