Stoic Wrist Wraps

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The original Stoic wraps use a proprietary elastic based off of feedback and testing from lifters. They don’t rip apart like budget wraps, and they offer high levels of support without being too stiff.

Another overlooked but important detail is our thumb loops. Many companies sew your two wraps the same way, leaving you with two left (or right) wrist wraps. Presumably to save time in production.

We use sew a dedicated left and write wrap to provide a symmetrical wrap for both hands.

  • Guaranteed to outlast any other wrist wraps on the market.
  • Long lasting proprietary elastic.
  • Extra heavy duty constructed thumb loops and stitching.
  • Designated left and right thumb loops.
Are these wrist wraps competition legal?

Stoic wrist wraps are made to comply with competition specs.

For federations that require equipment approval, we are currently approved in USPA, IPL, AAU, and most USAPL local/state meets (see IPF approval below).

Always check with your specific federation’s rulebook and/or competition director to be sure your equipment will be allowed prior to your competition.

Are these IPF approved?

Note: If you compete in the USAPL, many competition directors do not require IPF approval.

Stoic knee sleeves have been worn in several USAPL meets. Ask your meet director before arriving to compete so there are no surprises.

For those who compete in meets requiring IPF approved equipment:

The IPF opens equipment approval Jan 2019. Once availability allows, most of our products (powerlifting items) should be approved for IPF competition.

2018 Update: IPF has received, reviewed, and confirmed our products meet their guidelines to be eligible for IPF approval.

Finalizing and contracts are to be completed by September 30, 2018.

Will these fit small hands/wrists?

These wrist wraps will fit wrists of all sizes! If you have smaller wrists you may want to order the 18” or 24” long wraps. The 36” long wraps may feel a little too bulky on your wrists, however they will still fit.

How should I wrap my wrists?

Wrapping your wrists is as easy as 1, 2, 3!

1. Secure the elastic thumb loop around your thumb.

2. Wrap around your wrist across the back your hand so that the hook and loop is facing out.

3. Wrap continuously around your wrist being sure to cover from the lower wrist to the upper forearm while pulling taunt – secure with the hook and loop.

An image showing this in more depth can found in the images above. Have questions? Don’t hesitate to reach out for help.

Will these help my grip?

The Stoic wrist wraps are not helpful to aid your grip. You’ll want to take a look at our lifting straps to aid your grip.

Our wrist wraps will help stabilize your wrists during bench press or squats.

How can I wash these?

To extend the life of your Stoic wrist wraps hand wash your wraps with warm water and gentle detergent if necessary.

Lay them flat to dry.

Do not bleach or iron them, this will make them unwearable.

Washing them in the washing machine or placing them in the dryer can ruin the elasticity and damage your wrist wraps.

What is your warranty policy or guarantee?

We stand by our products because they are built to last.

All STOIC products go beyond warranty and we offer a 100% satisfaction guaranteed.

If somehow your item breaks or you don’t like it just contact us.

Reviews (11)

  • Stoic Wrist Wraps

    The stoic wrist wraps are great. I like how stretchy the wraps are while also remaining stiff this allows for a comfortable yet very supportive fit. My favorite feature on the wraps are actually the the Velcro straps. The Velcro hanging off the end of the strap is covered in rubber on the outside which has a very nice feel to it and allows easy adjustment of the Velcro.

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    Stoic Wrist Wraps

    My wife has a 5 year old wrist tendon strain that constantly hurts. She competed this past weekend and hit some big bench PRs wearing these. They came in the mail 2 days before the meet. It’s the first time she’s benched without pain in years. Her tendon has to be compressed behind the styloid process to reduce pain and these form to the wrist doing just that and still get cast tight without nerve pain. Amazing gear!