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The obvious choice.
- Rubber back-of-hand
- Leather binding
- Elastic finger and thumbholes
- Hook-and-loop closure
- Item #SNG000B
- Q & A
Great alternative to tape!
I bought these gloves because I kept ripping open the backs of my hands while crack climbing. Traditionally, Iâve used tape to make a makeshift glove but became annoyed because the tape wouldnât last very long. After I got these gloves, crack climbing became so much more fun because I didnât have to worry about the backs of my hands and they are quicker and hassle free. They are practically like climbing shoes for your hand!
Climbing shoes for your feet!
My title is a perfect description of these gloves. They are just like having climbing shoes but on the back of your hands. It makes crack climbing much more enjoyable as you donât cut or scrape up the back of your hands as you jam them into cracks and you can reduce the use of tape, which saves loads of time and I recently used these gloves for the first time outside at red rock national park and they performed amazing. One of the doubts that I had hefore I bought them is if they would slide around on the back of my hand and make climbing more difficult. But that is not the case. Theses gloves provide a lot of extra grip and much needed protection for your hands while jamming them in between some sharp and rocky surfaces. It is clear that these gloves will also last for a long time. The material is thick and it will take quite some time to burn through these. I love them and crack climbing in them is a blast
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Hand Jammies are a lot clumsier than tape gloves, but they are pretty convenient.
I like using them at the climbing gym because they are a lot easier, and eventually cheaper than tape. The sticky rubber on the back of the hand really helps make bad jams feel really solid.
They're climbing shoes for hands!
*The jammies make my hands feel about a size bigger than they feel with tape gloves on.
Serves a purpose
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I'm easing my way into crack climbing, by way of the gym. These work well for my current needs. I usually just run a couple laps at the end of a session. It beats taping up each time.
Great for the gym
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I hate having to tape up for the gym and this solves that problem. Feels great but expect to have less room in the cracks as its a lot thicker than even a few wraps of tape. My only complaint is it makes my palm too wide with the strap. However, expect different results with different sized cracks.