The world’s most comfortable free finger grips just got better. Games Athlete Alec Smith designed the original Alec Smith Grip 1.0 which eliminated the finger holes and changed the grip game forever. Enjoy the smoothest transitions with the flap over and go style of bar work. Now the new and improved Alec Smith 2.0 grip provides even more palm protection with half an inch longer and quarter of an inch wider in every size. The addition of the Finger Flares makes for easier indexing when mounting the pull up bar. The neoprene cushion is now permanently affixed to the wrist strap eliminating a lot of bulkiness around the wrist. And the game changing elastic grip keeper is readily available for when you want to tuck your grips out of the way. Now your grippy workouts got that much better when you’re using the all new Alec Smith 2.0 Grips!
* When measuring hand, use a ruler, start at the base of the palm and measure to the bottom of the middle finger with your hand as flat as possible.
** If you're right on the cusp of one of the sizes, we recommend choosing the larger size.
*** Due to the nature of natural fibers used, colors and texture may vary.
I absolutely LOVE this grips! Took them to my CrossFit class and everyone there loved them too!
These are well made & well designed. The wrist strap is much sturdier than in other grips I’ve worn, and the grip portion is thick, soft, and durable. I think it’s a stretch to say that they make it easier to grip the bar, at least for the Rogue rig at my gym. They can feel a bit slippery compared with bare hands. But they protect against hand tears very well.
I had the Bear komplex 3 hole carbon grips which are great but I wanted to switch over to no hole grips and like these even better, used them in the Murph for the first time and they are amazing!! Expensive but worth every penny! Def recommended to anyone who wants no hole grips!
Awesome product. Great protection. Should have gone up to XL. They run a little small.
Well I still ripped my hands. They are cool grips. Just sucks that my hands still keep ripping.