Wrist Wrap Size Chart

Wrist Wrap Size Chart

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Warm Body Cold Mind Weightlifting Wrist Wraps

If you’re lifting, you need wrist wraps – that’s just how it is. But finding ones that will work is easier said than done. It can be tricky if you’re going into it blindly and hoping for the best.

Weightlifting Wrist Wraps

WBCM has a great range of wrist wraps (and a detailed wrist wrap size chart!) that are made to give you the support and stability you need to improve your performance. This is coupled with a palette of sizes and materials to choose from. You can use them to improve the strength of your wrists, boost your lifts, or simply prevent injuries – whatever you need, we have it covered.

Table of Sizes Wrist Wraps by Main Characteristics

SMALL12 inchesElastic VelcroQuick, dynamic movements; *beginners
MEDIUM18 inchesElastic VelcroImproved support; *intermediate lifters
LONG30 inches100% CottonMaximum support; *advanced lifters

* the level of lister should not be the sole determining factor in choosing wrist wrap size/length

This hand wraps size chart basically shows the wraps being categorized into small, medium, and long (by size), so it’ll be easy to choose which type and length would fit you the best. The material also differs based on size.

The small size, with its 12-inch length, is ideal for people who want their wrist wraps to have a snug fit or for those who need flexibility for quick movements. The medium size is 18 inches long, and this one offers a balance between support and flexibility, so it’s great for intermediate lifters. Beginners would be better off with 12 inches, but if you’re somewhere in the middle, go for 18 inches. 

The long size is 30 inches long and these wraps are made of durable cotton canvas. They give max support and grip for those heavy-duty training sessions, and they would fit advanced lifters best.

wraps size chart

How to Measure Wrist Wraps

No matter how good quality your wrist wraps are, they won’t be useful if they’re the wrong size. 

To choose it correctly, you need to know the size of your wrist, and you also need to be aware of the level of support you need. 

The first thing to do is to find a flexible tape measure. If you don’t have it, you can use a piece of string and then measure it against a ruler (any will do). 

Then, wrap the tape measure around your wrist, just below the wrist bone, where you’ll have your wrap. This is the narrowest part of your wrist, so you’ll get the most accurate measurement. You don’t want the tape measure to be too tight, so try to slide a finger underneath it, and if it slides in easily, you’re golden. Once you have the size down, compare it to the wrist wrap size chart (above).

12’’ and 18’’ Wrist Wraps

Which length should you go for, 12 or 18 inch wrist wraps? 

If you have a smaller wrist, go for 12-inch wraps. The same applies if you’re a beginner, or if you want lighter support. These wrist wraps are good for high-rep workouts where flexibility is more important than support. 

On the other hand, 18 inch wrist wraps are better for people who need more support and stability. Those with larger wrists and people who lift heavier weights would also benefit from a longer wrap length. If you do any workouts that rely on your wrists being maximally stable (e.g., powerlifting, Olympic weightlifting), your best bet are 18-inch wraps. 

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