Bear KompleX - Carbon No Hole Speed Grips
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The Bear Komplex Carbon No Hole Speed Grips offer the palm protection needed for your toughest workouts.
Made with the same patented material found in the Bear Komplex Carbon Comp grips, these are perfect for Pull-Ups, Chest to Bars, Power Cleans, Deadlifts, Snatches, Gymnastics, and more.
Say goodbye to slippery grips, calloused hands, and endless trips to the chalk bucket. The Bear Komplex Carbon No Hole Speed Grips are designed for athletes looking for palm protection & wrist stability, in a freer, less-restrictive design.
These grips protect the wrist from the buckle and use only the highest-quality stitching to ensure they hold up.
Grab a pair today and don't worry the next time you see a new bar.
- Manufactured from lightweight and sticky carbon fiber which features a custom wrist strap which is designed for comfort and support positioned under the buckle. Bear KompleX Cross training grips will NOT dig into your wrist!
- Protect your hands and palms during Pull ups, Chest to bar, Muscle ups, Toes to Bar (T2B), Knees to Elbow (K2E), Kettlebell swings, Power lifting, Power Cleans, Deadlifts, Snatches, Gymnastics, and more...
- Durable triple stitching will ensure full support and stability when using the Bear KompleX gymnastics grips. You shouldn't have to worry about your hands when dominating your Cross training WOD!
- Our superior carbon fibre product will protect your hands and mould to fit the bar you are holding. Be sure to protect your hands during your Cross training WOD to maximise your output.
- Reduce slipping on the bar and keep banging out those pull-ups.
DO NOT use or chalk these grips until you ensure the grips are the correct size. Sizing is approximate and often times a personal preference, so please keep in mind that you cannot return the grips once they have been used.
Please note: Bear Komplex grips have a life span of 4 -6 months if used regularly and will eventually wear down due to the forces applied to them when under load.
1. Find your hand/wrist connection. This is where your hand and wrist meet (you should see a creased line there). This is the point to start measuring from.
2. Be sure your hand and fingers are totally straight and flat. DO NOT cup your hand or stretch your fingers backward.
3. Measure from the wrist/hand connection (where you see the crease) to the base of your middle finger. Be precise and don't round up or down.