Comfort Tech™ layered fabric maintains shape after use and washing
NoSweat™ lining wicks away moisture to keep hands dry
TechGel™ pads conform to palm and thumb, cushioning key stress points
Precurved ½ finger length extends just below third finger joint
Fully adjustable wrist closure
If you don't like the feel of salty, stiff workout gloves, these gloves can be washed by hand. Just lather them up with a mild soap, like hand soap or dish soap and then rinse thoroughly in cool water. Lay them down on a towel and place another towel on top - pat them down to get as much water out as possible without wringing them. Let them air dry by either laying them flat or hanging them up to dry. Make sure they are NOT in direct sunlight. UV rays can damage the gloves. Wash as often as you want. It is best to allow all weight training gloves to FULLY dry between uses.
I have been buying Harbinger workout gloves for many years. I probably have owned about a dozen pairs. Really have never used the wrist wrap models. The models that I bought about 8-10 years ago were just better. I like more cushioning and the leather (not suede) palms and fingers. I just can't find the old model anywhere. And I have tried. I think they don't make them anymore. The 1260 model is just not that great. Cheaper than the older models which were $28. or so at Sports Authority. The 1260 model is cheaper but is also made cheaper and not a great glove. Just average at best. I will continue my search including other manufacturers. I definitely would pay more if the glove would just provide the features that I want. BTW, I ordered the XL size because this model really runs small. Just a "C" average recommendation.Bob
Jun 18th 2016