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Wrist Assured Gloves

Ultra Fitness Gloves

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Reviews (4.3 out of 5 Grommets)

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Great Idea; Poor Construction

8/17/2017 by Kathleen

I want to love this glove because it really does deliver on hand and wrist support, but, as others have mentioned, its shoddy construction, especially the stitching around the wrist band, diminishes its usefulness. I should have read more comments before I ordered.

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not worth the price

5/19/2014 by Christine

While the product works for alleviating wrist pain they are poorly made and not worth $65 (the price I paid 2 months ago). The seams are already ripping after a handful of uses. I would have been better off sewing a gel pad into a much cheaper set of yoga or other nonslip gloves. Very very disappointed.

2

Not so happy

6/12/2013 by Sherry

I bought these gloves to use biking and have worn them 2 times. While they did help my hand pain a great deal, they are already falling apart at the seams. I realized that the tips of each finger were raw edges and they immediately began to unravel though I carefully put them on and removed them as instructed. So now I have to sit down with my needle and thread and try to repair these expensive gloves finger by finger. Disappointing to say the least.

1

Falling apart

7/25/2018 by Collin

Coming apart at the seams after just a couple uses. Not durable at all. Pretty disappointed.

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Ultra Fitness Gloves

6/13/2013 by Pat

I have been using these gloves for several months for pilates. They are great. The wrist wrap really helps me.

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The Wrist Assured Gloves Story

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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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