Veuillez noter : seules les genouillères de 2,0 m sont approuvées par l'IPF.
Entraînement (rouge) : pour l'auto-emballage et un plus grand confort, en entraînement, événements novices/intermédiaires et répétitions multiples
Compétition (noir) : force maximale avec le plus grand rebond, pour les athlètes expérimentés enveloppés par un entraîneur
I'm working at getting the weaving right so that I don't have an uneven fit with too much pressure in one part of the leg - I also purchased a smaller size knee sleeve from SBD - that might be a better option for some novice lifters.
Lots of rebound and good support, also seem not to restrict depth as much as some other stiff wraps. I can actually get one more revolution than with Titan Sig Golds but you have to fight for it because the elastic is very strong, strongest elastic of any wraps I have ever used. You need to be good at wrapping to get these tight, also they are more uncomfortable to have on than most wraps but interestingly the soft finish makes it not so bad to squat in them. Definitely not recommended for your first pair of wraps though.
These are great wraps, you can wrap really tight and they aren’t harsh on your skin like ones with rubber grippers.
I recently got into equipped lifting and the training wraps (red) have allowed me to get used to the feeling of wrapped squats. They are really stretchy and can get plenty of revolutions even when self wrapping. Comfortable enough to do reps in.
I found there to be very little rebound with these and 1 wrap has already stretched out after only being used in 1 competition. There is a noticeable difference between the pair.