Rogue Wrist Wraps - White Series
User Review( votes)
The Rogue Wrist Straps, white series, are a comfortable, affordable, and well-made option for almost all of your weightlifting needs.
- Comfortable material blend with moisture-wicking.
- Strong and reliable velcro.
- Decent hook and loop option.
- Great wrist support.
- Value Priced.
When it comes to reviewing a product such as the Rogue Wrist Wraps, there are only a few main characteristics that I look for in a solid product.
Are they sturdy and comfortable, how long do they last, and how do they hold up to moisture-wicking and repeated stretch?
While wrist wraps are generally under $15, including these Rogue Wrist Wraps, which come in at $1400, I still don’t want to replace them monthly.
Rogue Wrist Wraps Design And Build Factor
I’ve owned my 12″ White Series for four months, and after daily use, the velcro has maintained itself well, and the hold on my wrists still feels solid.
The hook and loop closure on the Rogue Wraps appears to be decently stitched, and I use it for applying my straps during almost all lifts, and there has been no tearing.
Rogue warranties the hook and loop for 90 days, which may indicate that they are prone to tearing fairly quickly. Several buyers on Rogue’s website have complained about this part of the product, so your mileage may vary based on how rough you are on your gym products.
Nearly all of my workouts include CrossFit, or general HiiT training, and that usually means a good amount of sweat is flying.
The moisture-wicking on the Rogue Wrist Wraps is top-notch, preventing chafing and other issues. During two-a-days, the product dries quickly, even when the humidity in my garage spikes.
I have weaker wrists than I care to admit fully, but this product helps when performing deadlifts, bench presses, curls, and various other exercises.
Available in 12″, 18″, and 24″ options, it’s a great value-added product that I can’t do without.
Several reviewers have noted on Rogue’s website that the straps are stiff when first worn and then settle in after some use. My wraps become looser over time, but applying them more tightly on my wrists keeps them operating as expected.
Overall, I’ve been very happy with my Rogue Wrist Wraps and I plan to continue buying this product after wear-and-tear finally sets in. You can check out the full Rogue Wrist Wraps product page and reviews here.