Buying first hand wraps

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  1. Dudko

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    Long wraps are good, they shouldnt be a problem even if you had small hands.


    Stop worrying, just get them. Short wraps are a problem but long wraps just means a little more support and better protection.
     
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    Which wraps are better, this or Hayabusa perfect stretch v3?
     
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    Wraps are wraps if you ask me.
     
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    I think I have small wrist too. Between those two wraps I would stick to the Fairtex. Hayabusa's velcro doesn't work with small wrist, i feel it is too long
     
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    Somchai is my favorite wraps. longer than normal and a lot thinner than normal. He came back for a bit a couple of years ago, but im not sure if he still sells his product.
     
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    I have used Ringside, Everlast, Meister and a ton of other local handwraps...

    Top King elastic is by far the best. I guess they are 4 meters. Fairtex is my second choice.

    Some people don't care, some people love some and hate others... some people like cotton, some people elastic... I would try and find a brand you like.
     

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