Product Sizing Charts
GLOVE SIZE CHART FOR MENS AND WOMENS
How to measure yourself for weight lifting gloves
Measure the circumference of your flat hand just under the knuckles (not including your thumb). Our gloves are generally snug-fitting. The real leather is designed to stretch over the life of the glove. If you are in-between sizes, we recommend you select the larger of the two sizes. If you prefer a looser fitting glove, buy one size larger than you typically wear.
BELT SIZE CHART FOR MENS AND WOMENS
How to measure yourself for a weight lifting belt
Use a tape measure around your waist between your ribs and hips. Circle around the wast so you start/stop on belly button. Our weight lifting belts are designed to be worn tight around one’s waist. The more secure the belt, the more support and stabilization it provides. If you prefer a looser fit. buy one size larger belt. Do not use your pant size to determine the size of your belt.
RUBBER PADS SIZE CHART FOR MENS AND WOMENS
How to measure yourself for weight lifting grip rubber pads
Straighten your hand and arm then use a flexible tape measure or flat strip of long lose paper to measure your wrist circumference. Measure just below the wrist bone. Measure several times to ensure accuracy.
KNEE SLEEVE CHART FOR MENS AND WOMENS
How to measure yourself for a knee sleeve
Straighten your leg and measure the circumstances of your knee mid paternal. Use a flexible type tape measure. If a tight fit is desired, order one size smaller. If a loose fit is desired, order one size larger.