Wrist and Knee Wraps

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  1. GTLifter

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    What are the APF sanctions as far as length in concerned and what does everyone recomend?
     
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    get some metals or inzers. elitefts.com or inzernet.com
     
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    ^inzer has three lengths available (12", 20", 36") and also inzer shit is cheaper so I was wondering if the metal stuff is worth it.
     
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    a) Wrists - Wraps not exceeding 1m in length and 8cm in width may be worn.
    Alternatively, elasticated wrist bands not exceeding 10cm in width may be
    worn. A combination of the two is not permitted. If wrist bands are of the
    wrap-around style, they may have a thumb loop not to be attached during lift
    and velcro patch for securing them. A wrist wrap shall not exceed beyond
    10cm above and 2-1/2cm below the centre of the wrist joint, not exceeding a
    total of 12cm in both directions.

    b) Knees - Wraps not exceeding 2-1/2m in length and 8cm in width may be
    worn. Alternatively, elasticated knee supports not exceeding 20cm in length
    may be worn. A combination of the two is not permitted. A knee wrap shall
    not extend beyond 15cm above and 15cm below the centre of the joint, not
    socks or lifting suits.
     
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    I used the 36' inzer wraps and really like them
     
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    Inzer it is.



    Ceaze: you have a URL for the rules?
     
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    I've got a pair of 2.0 and 2.5 knee wraps and I prefer the 2.5s
     
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    i like my metal wrist wraps better than my inzers
     
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    why so?


    I'm a retard, didnt see "Rules" on the site.:hsugh:
     
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