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[Amazon Canada] Padded Weightlifting Gloves - $11.29 after 50% off code

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[Amazon Canada] Padded Weightlifting Gloves - $11.29 after 50% off code

We just set up a gym in the basement and I was looking for a good all-around pair of weightlifting gloves. Found that these have a 50% off code after you select a size:
Save 50% each on gym gloves offered by AoDeDuo when you purchase 1 or more. Enter code CQRA2EGD at checkout.
Brings it down to $11.29 which beats the price of pretty much all the gloves I looked at on Amazon with similar features. Quality is to be determined.
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Not sure why the downvote, they look good. Yes its reseller, but who cares? If quality is bad just send back. I'll get mine delivered today, as i am prime. Will try to report quality and fitment.

Thanks op
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Because a lifter rarely uses gloves ;)
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edmondt wrote:
Sep 22nd, 2018 10:17 am
Because a lifter rarely uses gloves ;)
Not everyone wants scabby hands, perfect for the SO.
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no intention of hijacking this thread but I just picked up this pair of Harbinger gloves at approx similar pricing. not having used both, I cant really comment on differences but this one in OP seems to have somewhat of a wrist guard (which is great for those benching heavy as it braces the wrist a lot more).

that said, the Harbinger (a big name in gym accessories if that matters) is just about perfect for kettlebell training - specifically snatches. bare hands can do a number on the palms & I found the Harbinger helps ... alot!

Just my 2c for those looking for options.
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50% off is misleading as it is overpriced at original price
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fyi there is sizechart information on the amazon.com website for this product YMMV
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Ecsta wrote:
Sep 22nd, 2018 10:28 am
Not everyone wants scabby hands, perfect for the SO.
Try this instead

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The harbinger has poor quality? Is the padding the only real feature for these gloves?
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I have the same ones but with different branding. Got a few different ones from Ebay a year ago. Still going strong. Though I paid $7... Ebay is cheaper for Chinese crap products so I suggest you guys look there. These gloves definitely not worth the original price!
PS. I agree that gloves are need for those who go to the gym...

I also would like to mention these are NOT lifting gloves but gym gloves. The strap on these gloves is useless. To be considered a lifting glove, the strap must wrap around and give strong wrist support. Strap on these won't give you that.
You won't find these for $10... These are typically much much more, especially for the quality.

As a general gym glove, it's very nice. Just don't spend more than it is worth. Again, I paid 7 bucks and I have another ones which were $6.
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**** the macho shit. Wear a glove if you want, don't if you don't.

Personally, I don't like the wrist wrap ones. I tried the harbinger ones before and it felt awkward.
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Asoul wrote:
Sep 22nd, 2018 11:01 am
Try this instead

This is the way to grip to minimize callouses on the upper palm. I only get very small thin ones (around 3 per hand) with this method. No real strength difference in grip for me, with either method, but the deeper palm grip works your forearms more.
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dazz wrote:
Sep 22nd, 2018 12:04 pm
I have the same ones but with different branding. Got a few different ones from Ebay a year ago. Still going strong. Though I paid $7... Ebay is cheaper for Chinese crap products so I suggest you guys look there. These gloves definitely not worth the original price!
PS. I agree that gloves are need for those who go to the gym...

I also would like to mention these are NOT lifting gloves but gym gloves. The strap on these gloves is useless. To be considered a lifting glove, the strap must wrap around and give strong wrist support. Strap on these won't give you that.
You won't find these for $10... These are typically much much more, especially for the quality.

As a general gym glove, it's very nice. Just don't spend more than it is worth. Again, I paid 7 bucks and I have another ones which were $6.
Is it good for biking?
If I buy something that is not in deep discounted, my father will punish me; everyone will laugh at me. I will be the strange kid who doesn't fit in.
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get a strap, gloves does nothing
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