Does Sports Authority sell them? Or do I have to buy them online?
Age: 19 Height: 5'11'', Weight: 185 BF: ~14-16%
Sports Authority / Dick's Sporting Goods do sell some very light wraps but they are not the best for heavy lifting.
I would suggest looking at APT Pro Wrist Straps for knee wraps, they have a number of different styles. For general gym lifting the ZRV's should suit you well: www.prowriststraps.com - they also have knee sleeves which are much more convenient and do provide good support.
Currently I use the APT Convict Knee Sleeves, but previously have used the Tommy Kono Knee Sleeves and loved them! (both are available on the site that I posted)
If youre doing it for protection then go with the Tommy Kono knee sleeves
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They sell them at APT:
*Use the code: "SPECIAL15" for 15% off your order.
One trick that you can use is to wear them inside out so that they slide on easily as well. This is how I wear mine.
Currently i use the double ply convict Heavy knee sleeves from APT. I am only squatting in the 300 pound range. I have alot of cracking in my knees when bodyweight squatting down and pausing and then standing up. I am looking for some knee sleeves to help warm up the knee joints and for overall protection on the knees.
Are the double ply knee sleeves a bit much for my purpose? Would i be better off using a light knee sleeve like the Tommy Kono knee sleeves?
Last edited by jzepp; 04-22-2010 at 01:39 AM.