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I started with Titan's Titanium wraps. They are very stretchy and give good bounce out of the hole. They were great for training and super comfy (as comfortable as knee wraps get). I still wear them from time to time but kind of out grew them and have moved on to Titan's THP wraps which are much much stiffer and give that cast like feel which I have found stop me much better out of the bottom but don't have as much spring out of the hole.
inzer's red and whites--best investment ive made lately
Inzer Iron Wrap Z.
So I picked up a pair of Inzer Wrap Z's and had the opportunity to try them out lastnight. These wraps are very hard to tuck after wrapping and very stiff. Im hoping after a month or so they break in a bit.
Anybody use a tool to tuck the wraps in? Im thinking of making something up.
iv got the inzer blacks. the girl i train with just got a sponser from "Ryno gear" and she said there much better then the blacks so ill be tryin those out next.
I'm using Inzer's knee wraps with velcro.
parallel breakers are whats up from liftinglarge.com
Both Rhino's and APT Convicts for Wraps
Thor 2-Ply for Knee Sleeves
I have 3m pair from APT that I like, but for my next pair I'll either be trying the Elite FTS's Basilisk wraps or Overkill wraps.
Not a Fan of EliteFTS Wraps. There store carries Metal Wraps. I haven't tried them yet, but I've heard a few good things about them.
I tried several brands, currently using the GASP knees wraps, so far so good, they keep me stable when squatting deep.