Risto Leather Wrist Wraps

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Risto Leather Wrist Wraps with metal buckles are made in Maine, USA. These are fantastic for extra support in the snatch and clean and jerk. Unlike canvas or elastic wraps, these will mold to your wrist and become supple, yet strong in about a week.

How to put on your wrists: Thread long tethers through 2 slots in wrap. Pull tethers through and wrap around wrist. Fasten with metal buckles.

One size fits all.

Gear Specs

Brand Risto Sports
Made In USA Yes
Color Brown
Length 19 ½"
Width 2 ½"
Material Type Leather
Risto Leather Wrist Wraps is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Buy these I love these wraps. I was going through Rogue wrist wraps and they just weren't holding up to the abuse. I had issues with the red wraps popping the stitching and issues with the white wraps' velcro not sticking very well. I threw them away when they popped off in the middle of a heavy C&J. These are a great alternative. The leather molds to your wrist once they're broken in and you don't need to keep them very tight for them to work. They get really tight when your hand is flexed back and give you the support you need. I wholeheartedly recommend this product to anyone who is doing a lot of olympic lifting and not satisfied with other wraps they have tried.
Date published: 2013-07-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome for now... concerned about durability. I've had these wrist wraps for about 2 weeks now and have used them for about 6 sessions of Sn and CJ. They're comfortable, work as advertised, and plain look awesome. I can leave them on for the entire training session and have used them in heavier, barbell metcons without any problems. As Jeff alluded to, they don't need to be on super tight yet they give support in the range of motion where you'd need it most. One thing I noticed right away is that the leather is quite thin--this leaves me a bit concerned about long term durability. I'd rate these wraps 5 star otherwise. With all that said, I would recommend this product.
Date published: 2013-07-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from too big! I got these and they are way too big. I thought it was because my wrists are too small. But I had a couple friends try them on and they were the same.
Date published: 2016-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome possum Had these over a year and the durable as can be.....they are meant for olympic lifting Not for wods. do no over tighten them because u will lose the flexibility u need and cut off the circulation to Ur hand
Date published: 2015-03-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well with...... These Risto leather wrist wraps arrived today and I am satisfied with them. I have read some complaints, but in my opinion you must think things through at times. Now here is my story I injured my wrist 6 days ago and desperately sought leather wraps like the "Hercules" style that used to be offered in the pages of old comic books. I looked with no luck, and on eBay I found some punk style leather wrist bands, but they were not made for lifting. There was a Chinese vendor that looked promising, but it's a crapshoot with overseas stuff, with many items never arriving. Then I threw up one last heave and a site called Rogue, that I had never heard of before, came up. And then I saw a made in USA leather wrist wrap for sale that was simply a direct answer to my prayers. So I buy them and they arrive quick.....but I live in PA so I may have just benefitted from close proximity. Now,yea, the leather is not double ply, but it is strong leather up to the task at hand. And when I say strong I mean durable and not something that I sensed would deteriorate or tear any time soon....if at all. Now here is where a little forethought comes in when using these wraps. Now I had been using a wide Ace type bandage elastic wrap to stabilize my sore wrist. And I knew that a single leather wrap alone might not be enough. BUT when used together, the wide Ace style elastic bandage wrap with the Risto leather wrap overtop of it worked best for me. When applied correctly, at least for me, there was no slack that needed taken up up from the buckle either. I mean you have to be careful in application not to wrap anything too tight to prevent a circulation problem, but I got it to where one belt hole was past the buckle, whereas without anything underneath it looked just like the photo in the ad. So for those complaining of size and fit, in my opinion, this is the best application. I am sure that even the ROGUE cloth style wrist wrap worn underneath of these will work for those, like me, who prefer leather wraps, but will need to supplement them for best fit. Hey, weird things happen in the gym. I pulled my wrist simply returning a 25lb plate back on a low peg on the rack. The injury is nothing short of debilitating, making a strong man suddenly feel powerless. Do yourself a favor and prevent it from happening to you......get yourself a pair of good wraps.
Date published: 2016-09-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not one size fits all These are way too big for me. Might try to modify them to fit, but they are definitely not one size fits all as the description says. Material is also flimsier than I would have liked. These came with the lifting straps, which on the opposite spectrum, are super thick, which makes gripping over them and the bar difficult. Very disappointing overall.
Date published: 2016-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best lifting straps They're not too big. You have to double wrap them. There is a method to it. I love these wrist wraps.
Date published: 2017-06-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic for all styles of weight lifting I bought the leather straps a week ago,whoever invented these is genius they allow you to press more weight perfect for the bench press as they lock the wrists tight,much better than wrist wraps
Date published: 2018-04-07
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