Rip Toned Wrist Wraps – A Review

I’ve been lifting weights since I’ve been a teenager and I’m almost 60 years old. My wrists have taken a toll over the years so, in recent years, I’ve always used wrist wraps. Well, the thumb strap on the ones that I had been using for years ripped on me so I started searching on Amazon for a really good brand with good reviews. (Don’t miss my youTube Video below and images with dimensions).

I came across a brand called Rip Toned Wrist Wraps and what I really liked about what I saw was that there were many different styles including varying levels of stiffness of the wrist wraps. I counted 11 different types from which I could choose. The model I decided to purchase were the Green Chamo Less Stiff that you will see below in my youTube video and in the images.

I really like the chamo look and the less stiff option gives me a bit more flexibility in the wrist area but they still have plenty of support for my needs. I actually think the stiff version may be a little too rigid for my liking but I’ve never tried the stiff version so I cannot say for sure. All I know is that the less stiff style that I purchased is a perfect rigidity for me.

Another must-have that I looked for in a wrist wrap was the thumb strap because I have always used wrist wraps with a thumb strap. I like the thumb strap because it feels a lot more secure on my wrists with the thumb strap and they are a lot easier to put on your wrists. If you try a wrist strap without the thumb strap and then with the thumb strap you will see what I mean.

Please check out my YouTube video below for an up-close look at the Green Chamo Less Stiff version that I purchased.

Wrist Wraps Images Seen Below

(Click on any image for a larger view)

Length of Rip Toned Wrist Wraps
Length of Rip Toned Wraps
Back of Rip Toned Wrist Wraps
Back of Wraps
Width of Rip Toned Wrist Straps
Width of Rip Toned Wrist Wraps
Length of Rip Toned Thumb Strap
Length of Wrist Wraps Thumb Strap
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If you too could use the wrist support supplied by the Rip Toned Wrist Wraps, they are a great buy ($11 for the set) for a high quality item. I’ve used them now for a couple of months and have zero complaints!

If you have any questions or comments you can leave them in the comments below or use my Contact Me page.

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