Any Premium Mexican Handwraps?

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  1. Art Vandelay

    Art Vandelay Latex Salesman

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    I have used a lot of standard and Mexican handwraps, from most of the Ringside brands, Title, and Everlast. I have not used Ringside's Ultimate Classic wraps yet, nor have I used Reyes or Grant.

    I do not like anything other than semi-elastic Mexican 180" wraps. Out of all the wraps I've used, Top Contender's are my favorite, largely due to velcro which doesn't seem to quit.

    With that said, are there any innovative closure systems or premium quality Mexican handwraps that are significantly superior?
     
  2. Ryukyu Damashi

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    Cleto Reyes Mexican Market wraps. You can't get them except from Mexico or Ebay.

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  3. Mike MacDonald

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  5. Mike MacDonald

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    I think that is a typo or does cageside have 180s too? I am rpetty sure they are 200s as well.
     
  6. Foxx_MMA

    Foxx_MMA Green Belt

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    The new ringside wraps are a lot better than my old everlast ones. The everlast ones have a thin strip of velcro vs the ringsides which have velcro that is the width of the entire wrap
    Mexican-Style Handwraps at Ringside.com
    these are the ones i have they look very different than that picture though i will upload a picture when i find my camera
     
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    They are 200 for some reason I thought they were 180 fixed hehe.
     
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    I've heard/seen mexican hand wraps. How do they differ from the one's I use and can get anywhere?
     
  10. Mike MacDonald

    Mike MacDonald Amateur Fighter

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    Mexican wraps are stretchy and normal wraps are cotton. Correct me if I am wrong.
     

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