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Favorite handwrapping methods?

Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Discussion' started by royjoneschin, Sep 9, 2010.

  1. royjoneschin

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    around the wrist between the fingers around the knuckles around the hand around the wrist. dangidy dangidy dang.

    150" Shevlin heavy duty wraps. review coming soon.
     
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    150"?

    Those are some very very short wraps.
     
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    I am guessing they are slightly thicker based on his "heavy duty" statement.
     
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    I am too, but it's still not a lot of length to get all the wraps you want.
     
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    Actually they are about as thick as a BJJ Gi. Almost like a cast type material, very heavy cotton. Thickest I have ever seen actually.
    I would not want them any longer, as they wrap perfectly for me.
    I used to use 200" semi elastic wraps, and still do from time to time. But I prefer these. My hands and wrist feel more solid.
     
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    This isn't how I do it, but I like this one. :icon_lol:



    :icon_chee
     
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    Yeah, that one's pretty awesome ECS.
     
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    He seems to be wrapping a girl's hands there, so that would at least partly explain it.
     
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    I like to use Somchai Muay Thai wraps. They are 210 inches lon and feel the gauze you use on fight night. Very nice.

    Somchai Muay Thai
     

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