Gym Grip Specifications:
Made in the USA from the same high quality suede/leather as our weight lifting belts and they
come in a variety of colors and sizes (S, M, L).
These grips have a heavy duty
nylon strap with a strong Velcro closure that are both comfortable
They provide protection for your hands during exercises
like: Gymnastics movements, kipping pullups, toes to bar, pull ups, deadlifts, clean & jerks, snatches
etc. Prevent painful and annoying calluses with these grips. Keep more skin on your hands and less on the bar!
These gym grips are manufactured for Vulcan Strength by Bailie. Bailie gymnastics grips have been worn by Olympians and world champions gymnasts since 1991. With many years of experience in manufacturing this product for high level gymnasts we are confident in their expertise and quality. These grips utilize a thicker leather than typical recreational grips and closer to a professional grade gym grip.
Please check that you are wearing the grips properly and selecting the correct size according to the sizing chart
Gymnastics Grip Sizing
Measure from the base of the palm to the base of the middle finger. Use that measurement in inches in accordance with our sizing chart to help determine correct size.
After putting on the grip, when the hand is fully extended, the grip should cover all except the tips of the 2 middle fingers
Small = 3.5 to 4 inches
Medium = 4 to 4.5 inches
Large = 4.5 to 5 inches
How to Fit the Finger Holes:
In many cases, the finger holes of the grip will not fit perfectly right away -this is absolutely normal.
Use an object, like a sharpie or sand paper wrapped around a pencil, to carefully stretch the holes. Concentrate on the lower part of the hole, not the top.
NEVER PULL, STRETCH OR CUT THE HOLES, AS THIS WILL CAUSE THE FINGER HOLE TO TEAR OUT.
How to Break In a New Grip:
It is helpful to first soften the leather by rolling it back and forth with your hands.
Get a good workout with your old pair of grips and after the workout, allow 10-15 minutes of breaking in time for your new grips.
Allow up to 2-3 days for your new grips to be 100% broken in.