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    I'm looking to get a new set of wrist wraps (not straps). I've been using a set of Inzer Iron Z on and off for awhile, but I really dislike them. I'm looking for something with a more flexible material that will make proper contact with my wrist. Any recommendations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HFO3 View Post
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    Thanks, but I'm looking for wraps, not straps. My grip is solid, but my wrist joints need some support.

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    Any specific recommendation for APT in regards to which are more flexible? Also, anywhere else to purchase from? Seems no one can get ahold of APT since the new ownership a few years back.

    Quote Originally Posted by HeyMrWaters View Post
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    How's the flexibility of the material? My Iron Z's leave small gaps at the bottom since the material is too stiff to conform to my wrist. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acheron View Post
    Any specific recommendation for APT in regards to which are more flexible? Also, anywhere else to purchase from? Seems no one can get ahold of APT since the new ownership a few years back.



    How's the flexibility of the material? My Iron Z's leave small gaps at the bottom since the material is too stiff to conform to my wrist. :/
    Very very very flexible. Not stiff at all- almost like elastic. Even when worn loose it's shaped to my wrist nicely, and that's with me having very small wrists also.


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    Not hijacking the thread, but those GASP wraps look pretty good. Anybody use something similar for your knees?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeyMrWaters View Post
    Very very very flexible. Not stiff at all- almost like elastic. Even when worn loose it's shaped to my wrist nicely, and that's with me having very small wrists also.


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    I think you sold me on them. I'll give them a shot. Thanks!

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    GASP products are solid for any type of lifting;bodybuilding or powerlifting. Very durable and comfortable. I've used thier wrist straps and knee wraps from them and have had no complaints.

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