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  • Australian Activewear Brands - JAW Just Another WOD
  • Australian Activewear Brands - JAW Just Another WOD
  • Australian Activewear Brands - JAW Just Another WOD
  • Australian Activewear Brands - JAW Just Another WOD
  • Australian Activewear Brands - JAW Just Another WOD
  • Australian Activewear Brands - JAW Just Another WOD

JAW

Fabric Grips

$31.50

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Royal Blue
Black
Pink
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Details

JAW Fabric Grips in pink, purple, black and blue.
  • Fabric design - durable and hand-stitched
  • Helps protect hands from tears and blisters
  • More practical than gloves or tape
  • Fabric offers breathability and comfort 
  • Designed to move with the reflexes of your wrist, allowing for maximum mobility and comfort 
  • Hand wash only
  • Ideal for any barbell or rig work

    Sizing for JAW gloves:

    1. Measure the length from the bottom of your wrist to the base of your middle finger. If you are between sizes, go with the smaller size as the fabric has some stretch to it 
    2. Upon receiving your gloves you will be able to cut the finger slits to your preferred size. Before you cut your gloves, though, lay them flat across your palm to see if the size is right
    3. After putting on your wrist strap, check to see if the finger slits lay over the bottom crease of your middle finger. If the fabric does not reach the base of your fingers it is too small
    4. DO NOT cut the gloves if you are unsure about the fit. Once you cut them you cannot return them. Contact us if you have any questions
    5. After you have confirmed the fit, carefully cut the finger slits to your desired size. Keep them as small and snug as possible (they will stretch a bit over time)

    Extra information:

    • When sized and worn properly, gloves should be very taut, but they should not cause discomfort.
    • If it is a struggle to fully open your hand while wearing your gloves, they are too small.
    • If there is an abundance of extra fabric that bunches up in your palm, they are too big.
    • The more chalk you use, the less palm friction you will encounter.
    • Ensure to maintain (file or shave) your calluses to further minimise the risk of tearing.

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