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Anyone ever use these? How well does this "shock absorption system" work?

http://www.evs-sports.com/product/gloves/wrister-glove/

I broke both wrist about two years ago and they still aren't right. If I lift more than a 45lb on each side at the gym I'm ok until I set the bar down and my wrist feel like they broke again. I need somethin cause I don't want to make them worse, and don't say surgery.
 

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Anyone ever use these? How well does this "shock absorption system" work?

http://www.evs-sports.com/product/gloves/wrister-glove/

I broke both wrist about two years ago and they still aren't right. If I lift more than a 45lb on each side at the gym I'm ok until I set the bar down and my wrist feel like they broke again. I need somethin cause I don't want to make them worse, and don't say surgery.
They'll "absorb" your money:D try flexx bars
 

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I broke bought my wrist in a motorcycle accident back in 05, still have a screw in my right wrist. It took almost 3 years of occupational therapy to get them right. I think flex bars are your best bet. Also I remember another member posting up some bars with almost like a suspension system in them, the video looked like they worked pretty good.
 

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Ive got both flex bars and the Wrister gloves. Both are awsome but for different purpouses. The bars are a riding performance product, more for arm pump and fatigue. The Wrister gloves are specifically for wrist support and saftey. They work very well. I offten use them in conjunction with my 661 soft wraps because my wrists are so bad. I highly recommend both, but always buy saftey equiptment 1st. I dont remember where i bought them, but i googled the model number and saved a bunch over other vendors.
 
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