EliteFTS Enforcer Wrist Wraps

EliteFTS Enforcer Wrist Wraps
4.7/5

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4.7142857142857 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
Based on 7 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

We say that The Enforcer Wrist Wrap is the best choice for the gym lifter because, while they do not possess that “lock the wrist” stiffness required for bench meet PRs, they are IDEAL for gym training.

What do we mean by that? The Enforcer is ideal for those workouts in which you want wrist support without suffering from finger numbness.

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Made in USA

Product Summary & Specs

We say that The Enforcer Wrist Wrap is the best choice for the gym lifter because, while they do not possess that “lock the wrist” stiffness required for bench meet PRs, they are IDEAL for gym training.

What do we mean by that? The Enforcer is ideal for those workouts in which you want wrist support without suffering from finger numbness.

They seem a bit stiff at first (like a competition wrap), but break in after two weeks of use and, here is the important part, do not lose their form.

Also, the thumbloops are easy to remove, which most lifters do after wrapping up. The Enforcer has reinforced stitching so these are made to last!

Color

Black/Blue

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EliteFTS Enforcer Wrist Wraps
Rated 4.7142857142857 out of 5 stars
7 ratings
GGR Builtscore: 4.7/5
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