by ChengTzuu on September 20th, 2012
at 7:31 PM CDT
For the price and quality i'd say its a good on the go glove. Sometimes I gym hops and not all the gym equipments in some gyms are well maintained so the rust kills my more quality Harbinger gloves. I tried it yesterday and its very comfortable for a $10 glove
User Review #13
by ryeah on August 2nd, 2012
at 8:42 PM CDT
Great workout glove. The best part is the price. It lasted me a good 4 months of training, I lost it. But if I still had it, it was still in great condition. At first when you use it, you have to break down where the velcro strap is by using it consistently. Protects from blisters on your palm, but it will develop blisters on your fingers. Without these I'd be crying like a b*tch.
User Review #12
by MikeinTO on June 30th, 2012
at 10:50 AM CDT
* NOT MY REVIEW AS NOT FOR THIS GLOVE. IT WAS FOR THE PRO GLOVES THAT ARE 19 DOLLARS* One of the best overall gloves all around. I am still an intermediate/rookie when it comes to weight lifting after taking many years off. I find these gloves to be solid; a bit of a snug fit but overall it's great for weight-lifting; doing body exercises (chin-ups/dips) or getting a good grip for cardio. Went through the wash once and has survived nicely. Solid glove for the price. I haven't used or bought the cheaper 9.99 harbinger glove; but I think your better off with these ones. The cheaper version doesn't look as sturdy but I may be wrong. Over-all trainers - one of the best gloves available.