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Staying healthy also means staying fit and going to the gym is a great way to make sure that the body is in top condition. Working out requires a little bit more than just a gym subscription. Everyone that just started going to the gym needs a pair of gloves to protect their hands. All the heavy weight pulling can cause some injuries to the hands and wrists. The best way to avoid any kind of unfortunate events is to get a pair of gloves. Here is the top 10 best weight lifting gloves for men review.
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10. Harbinger Flexfit Training Gloves
Harbinger is a prominent name in the fitness industry. The Flexfit model of gloves does not excel in terms of price and utility but it does have a rather good balance of everything. It has a heavy duty palm protection layer, decent design and they are quite flexible, meaning that there is nothing to worry about when it comes to sizes. The same model can successfully be used by two people with different hand sizes.
9. Schiek Sports Schiek 425 Gloves
Schiek’s selection of gloves is that as varied as the one from Harbinger but their models are just as good. Schiek Sports is a relatively simple pair of gloves with a minimalistic design. The only problem that prevents it from moving closer to the top 5 in the list is the price. There are better options out there but even so, getting a Schiek will not trigger any consumer regret that maybe the purchase was not such a great deal.
8. Harbinger Men’s Big Grip Glove
These gloves truly have a visual aspect that is suited for someone that wants to get serious about working about. Predominately black, the glove’s colored elements stand out. The interior is covered with black leather in the zones that need additional protection. They also provide decent wrist protection.
7. Valeo Competition Wrist Wrap Lifting Gloves
The ones that like more classical looking gloves will love the Valeo. They are made in black leather with large wrist wraps and double padded leather palms that should ensure protection, comfort and decent grip. They also have double stitching in order to improve their durability. Simply put, the gloves were built to look basic but highly efficient.
6. HeavyLift Wrist Wrap Weight Lifting Exercise Gloves
For some, these gloves might seem uncomfortable. The extra long wrist wrap can be a bit too tight but for the heavy lifters it is a more than welcomed feature. Heavy Lift made the interior of the palm entirely from black leather with soft material inserted to prevent injuries during training and protect the hands. The exterior side is made from a combination of leather and stretch-spandex.
5. GoFit Weightlifting Glove
The GoFit is a universal pair of gloves made from a combination of black spandex and leather elements on the palm. They feature a simple design but the attention to detail in execution is visible from the first moment they are put in use. A middle line product of high quality, decent protection and comfortable fabrics.
4. Nike Men’s Alpha Structure Lifting Gloves
The gloves designed by Nike feature some quite interesting properties for a weight lifter. Using special fabrics for the back of the hand, the gloves will keep the hand dry and prevent it from slipping. It also helps with correct weight lifting with the aid of proprioception that involves an adjustable wrist wrap. The palm padding is pretty standard and manages to protect the palm efficiently.
3. Bionic Men’s Full Finger Fitness Gloves
Probably the one of the few full finger fitness gloves, the product has a price tag that is just a bit higher than the regular half finger ones. They feature mesh material on the exterior, padding on the palm and a sleek and uniform design. They are recommended mainly for experienced body builders as grip is lost in the fingers when using these gloves.
2. Reebok Fitness Gloves
Reebok does not have many weight lifting gloves models. The Fitness Gloves manage to provide everything that is needed without digging too deep into the pocket of the customer. With a simple design that requires very little stitching, carefully thought palm padding and discreet wrist wrap, the gloves can be used by anyone regardless of how long they have been lifting weights.
1. Crown Gear Dominator Weight Lifting Gloves
These gloves were not built for everyone. However, they are sold at a normal price but deliver professional level quality. High quality leather, long wrist wrap and a rather over the top design, the gloves are on every weight lifter’s wishlist.