Boxing Hand Wraps

Protect the tools which matter most with our collection of hand wraps for boxing. Get your hands prepared for the fight ahead with professional-grade protection, featuring 120" and 180" boxing hand wraps. Essential for preventing injuries to your hands, knuckles and wrists as you get to work in training and sparring. Boxing hand wraps are a must-have for boxers at any level and can be paired perfectly with knuckle guards for the complete hand protection.

The Best Boxing Hand Wraps

Crafted from a premium stretch cotton blend, these 180" boxing hand wraps from BOXRAW are a game-changer. With a patent-pending hook and loop closure on the thumb loop, you'll save time and hassle during your pre-fight prep. Plus, the reinforced rubberised wrist strap offers unmatched support, ensuring your hands stay protected through every jab and hook. The custom-developed fabric feels soft against your skin while providing firm positioning for your hands and knuckles.

What are Boxing Hand Wraps used for?

Boxing Hand Wraps serve several crucial purposes in the sport. They provide vital support and protection to the hands and wrists during training and competition. Made from a premium stretch cotton blend with reinforced rubberised wrist straps, BOXRAW's Boxing hand wraps help stabilise the wrist joint and reduce the risk of injuries such as sprains or fractures. The custom-developed fabric offers a soft yet firm feel against the skin, allowing for optimal hand and knuckle positioning. The patent-pending hook and loop closure on the thumb loop ensures a secure fit, saving time and hassle during the wrapping process. Overall, boxing hand wraps are essential gear for any boxer, offering unparalleled comfort, support, and protection to enhance performance and minimize the risk of injury.

What length boxing hand wraps should I get?

When it comes to choosing the right length for your Boxing Hand Wraps, it's essential to consider several factors. Generally, boxing hand wraps are available in various lengths, with 4.5M being a popular choice for many boxers. This length provides ample coverage and support for the hands, wrists, and knuckles, offering excellent protection during training and sparring. However, if you have smaller hands or prefer a lighter feel, shorter wraps around 3M are the right choice. Ultimately, the ideal length depends on your personal preference, hand size, and the level of protection and support you require. Experimenting with different lengths can help you find the perfect fit for your boxing needs.

How often should i wash my Boxing Hand Wraps?

It's key to maintain proper hygiene with your boxing hand wraps to prevent bacteria buildup. Generally, it's recommended to wash your boxing hand wraps after every use. This ensures that sweat, dirt, and bacteria are effectively removed, keeping your wraps clean and fresh for your next training session. Washing them by hand with mild detergent and cold water is all that's needed. Additionally, air-drying them after washing helps maintain their quality and prolongs their lifespan. If you find that your boxing hand wraps are particularly sweaty or soiled during intense training sessions, washing them more frequently is advisable to maintain hygiene and prevent odor buildup.

How to properly use hand wraps

Wrapping your hands properly is essential for ensuring maximum protection and support during boxing training or competition. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to wrap your hands effectively:

  1. Start with Clean Hands: Before beginning the wrapping process, make sure your hands are clean and dry to prevent bacteria buildup.
  2. Position the Wrap: Unroll the hand wrap and locate the loop for your thumb. Hold the loop between your thumb and index finger, with the rest of the wrap hanging down.
  3. Wrap Around the Wrist: Begin by wrapping the wrap around your wrist several times, ensuring a snug but not too tight fit. This provides a stable foundation for the rest of the wrapping.
  4. Cover the Palm: After securing the wrist, wrap the wrap diagonally across the palm, moving towards the base of the thumb.
  5. Wrap the Thumb: Once you reach the base of the thumb, loop the wrap around the thumb, then continue wrapping it across the back of the hand towards the wrist.
  6. Secure the Knuckles: After wrapping around the thumb, bring the wrap across the back of the hand and over the knuckles. Make sure to cover each knuckle individually for added protection.
  7. Wrap the Wrist Again: Once you've covered the knuckles, wrap the wrap around the wrist again to secure everything in place.
  8. Finish with Velcro Closure: Finally, use the Velcro closure to secure the end of the wrap around your wrist. Make sure it's snug but not too tight to allow for proper circulation.
  9. Check for Comfort and Flexibility: After wrapping both hands, make sure they feel comfortable and allow for flexibility and movement. Adjust the tightness if necessary to ensure a proper fit.

By following these steps, you can effectively wrap your hands to provide the support and protection needed for boxing training or competition. For more check our blog, 'How to Wrap Your Hands for Boxing'