Wod & Done Grips

4/5

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4 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
Based on 5 Ratings

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

Dominate your training and workouts with the Wod and Done Grips. These grips were specifically made to keep your hands protected while doing high-intensity training.

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Product Summary & Specs

Dominate your training and workouts with the Wod and Done Grips. These grips were specifically made to keep your hands protected while doing high-intensity training. It features a top-quality, customised kinesiology material for the utmost hand comfort

Seamlessly transition from the bar, to handstand push-ups, to barbell cycling and back on the bar, without the need to take off those bulky grips

The 3″ x 9.25″s size of the Grips gives your skin the needed coverage to prevent unwanted and painful skin injuries that usually take a long time to heal. The grips are also flexible so you can move your hands naturally and do your routines the way they are intended to, allowing you to truly go all-out without any hesitations.

Furthermore, the Grips are skin-tight and are also chalk and sweat-friendly for less hesitation and greater focus during training, practice, or workout.

So for a satisfying training or workout experience, use Wod and Done Grips for your next fitness session!

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Wod & Done Grips
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