At first glance, you will notice that the Gymreapers lifting straps are additionally padded on the wrists for additional comfort. It’s a great pair of harnesses for the deadlift unless you plan to lift more than 180 pounds.
Overall, I would recommend these harnesses for training days rather than strongman competitions.
Rigid weightlifting wrist wraps
It almost goes without saying that you will adjust your wrist wraps after each set as you get used to the workout.
Enter the Gymreapers Wrist Wraps. Aside from the cool logo they designed, The loop around the thumb makes it easy to adjust, and you can find it on Amazon for a great price.
Kraft wrist wrap
If you are looking for good wrist support for overhead snatches, the Gymreapers wrist wraps provide you with significant support for your wrists.
Again, it has a pretty cool logo that will make you look bad while doing over 200 pound overhead snatches, pull-ups, or toes at the bar.
However, I would refrain from putting these on if you are working on handstand walks or handstand pushups. While they provide great support for your wrists, they don’t leave enough room for flexibility.