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[Small size workout glove, recommend choose a size larger than the actual size]
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Weight lifting glovesð
5 reasons to choose the workout gloves with wrist support
Protect your palm no calluses
Workout gloves for weight lifting decrease calluses, wrist wrap gloves with breathable and flexible materials that support a full range of motion and offer comfort while gripping
The sport gloves eliminate need for chalk
The gym gloves give you the support and protect your palm perfect, the training gloves have a lot of humanized design to improve the use of experience.
Better sports experience
Towels on the thumb of the lifting gloves soft sponge pads, convenient section of terry cloth (towel) on the back of each thumb to wipe your face.
Stretchable and Breathable
Added a silicone decorate which not only can keep this gym gloves in good shape, especially the back of the hand which can soak up quite a bit of sweat and still not feel saggy
Size chart: 4 different sizes
allow more flexibility, for both men and women, all groups with large or small palms
Tips of Cleaning
Preferred washed by hand. You only need to soak the gloves with soap, then rub and wash, dry them in the shade.
If washed by machine, it is better to put the gloves into the laundry bag to reduce the likelihood of deformation.
Never use hot water, bleach, and other strong acid wash, and do not bask in the sun, because the material organization will be destroyed easily, which will cause pilling, fabric loose and gloves deformation, and so on.
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