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Urban Operator – Wrist Straps

Wrist Wraps provide additional wrist support anytime you need it. These affordable but durable wraps are made from a Mil-spec webbing. Use them for greater wrist stability anytime you are pressing or going overhead during weightlifting, powerlifting, and strongman training.

Specs:
Sold in Pairs
22″ in length
Width: 2” inches
Hook and Loop Closure
Thumb loop

Available is several patterns.

www.urbanoperator.net

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17 Responses to “Urban Operator – Wrist Straps”

  1. Sammy says:

    Straps?? Straps are for people who cannot lift weight with there own strength. If you lack the grip strength to hold a weight THEN work on your grip!

    • Steak TarTar says:

      Eddie Hall uses straps and that motherfucker could eat you for breakfast

    • JP says:

      Klokov uses straps. Can you lift heavier and better than him?

    • Kev says:

      You’re going to limit strength development of a giant muscle group like your glutes and hammies because you think they should equal your forearms?

  2. babola says:

    Just what doctor prescribed…so one can look like a true dick at his local gym.

  3. Jeremy says:

    For people that spend more time in the gym posting to social media than moving weight.

    • JP says:

      Hey man, the WOD starts in the box and ends on Facebook!

    • Alex says:

      Or serious lifters.

      I’m a former competitive strongman and used wrist wraps for all pressing movements.

      • D.B. says:

        Sure.
        But not in camo. That’s unnecessary and a little over the top, IMO.

        Nothing wrong with wrist wraps in solid colors.

  4. mike says:

    I’m just here to read all the keyboard warriors posts about how wrist straps are useless and for pussies. I’m expecting the above to to have around a 2000lb raw total and a pro card.

  5. Bill says:

    I’ve never understood affixing yourself to a heavy object that ultimately wants to kill you.

  6. Alex says:

    These are not wrist “straps”, these are wrist WRAPS. They support your wrists, not wrap around the bar to assist with grip.

  7. CWG says:

    Am I in before the guys who don’t know that a wrist wrap is different than a lift strap?

  8. Non-operator says:

    Wraps in camo? LOUD NOISES

    Wait till Inzer comes out with sleeves in AOR1 and the comments section will really implode.

    • babola says:

      Slim chances, brother.

      Inzer uses fashion camo patterns, not active duty functional camo. And they use those on T-shirts only, not wraps or straps.