Please refer to the table below when determining your correct size for Tiger Paws.
Note: If you are going to use your Paws in gymnastics competition, you need to order the sand color. All other colors will get point deductions!
While sizing is not an absolute thing, this will be the best guide available. If you happen to fall between two sizes, we generally recommend that you choose the larger size.
|XS||Up to 69 pounds|
|S||69 to 115 pounds|
|M||115 to 150 pounds|
|L||150 to 210 pounds|
The most popular gymnastic wrist support is now even better. Tiger Paws are now available in 26 colors & patterns! As always, they have replaceable foam pad supports. XS Paws are shipped with two plastic inserts and two foam inserts, all other sizes are shipped with 4 plastic inserts and two foam inserts. We recommend you order extra inserts now and save on shipping later.
Tiger Paw wrist supports are also available in a water resistant version. It's a favorite with platform divers and anyone who needs wrist support in a wet environment. This new material will work very well for outdoor cheer and tumbling due to it's abrasion resistance. Choose the WaterProof option from the color pull down menu for this product.
For those looking for a color that matches caucasian skin tones our Sand color choice is the best.
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Posted by Unknown on 22nd Apr 2013
I weigh 130 lbs. I am very tall so I have long and thin limbs. My wrists are small. According to my weight, the chart says I should go with medium, but on another website someone has listed the dimensions in wrist circumference rather than weight (which seems to make more sense). According to what they have listed I would wear an x-small or a small.
My wrists are 5.25-5.75"(L) and 5.75-6"(R). What size do you suggest for me?
That's a tough call. You are definitely not an x-small! Being well into the medium range, I'd recommend you go with medium. Is it possible for you to try on a pair of Paws?
We tried wrist measurements and it was a disaster, weight generally works very well.
Posted by gymnast on 10th Apr 2013
Do they come with 2 or 1 wrist guard
Answer: The are sold in pairs, one left hand and one right hand.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Apr 2013
I got tiger paws and I'm 70 lbs i have REALLY tiny wrist and im not shure is mine fit?
You didn't say what size you bought? If you have enough room on the Velcro straps to secure the Paws tightly to your wrist, you are fine. They need to be tight to provide proper support.
Posted by Holli on 27th Mar 2013
My daughter has had an issue with her wrist for over a year. She is an Allstar cheerleader and does alot of tumbling. She can not tumble with out the support of the tiger paw brace. She loves it!
Posted by Unknown on 18th Feb 2013
My daughter tumbles with cheer leading and has had pain in her wrist off and on for several months. We found out that she had actually fractured her wrist 8 months ago. She has not had any pain in the wrist since she started wearing tiger paw wrist brace.
Posted by Melissa on 7th Jan 2013
I absolutely live them! I have two pairs!! There are some things and I love and some things I hate though. I love the colors and how well they work, but I hate how bulky and big they are. I also hate how they rub your hands a little. It hurts like a carpet burn. Besides that I love love LOVE them!
Posted by Diana on 21st Dec 2012
love my tiger paws...especially love the service we get from US Glove!!
Posted by Unknown on 13th Dec 2012
My son and I very happy with Tiger paws,
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Nov 2012
This is my daughter's third pair of Tiger Paws. They do a great job of supporting her wrists. This is after 2 growth plate fractures. (one in each wrist). She wouldn't practice or compete without them.
Posted by Unknown on 25th Oct 2012
my daughter is a level 7 gymnast who had trouble with her wrists. I was told by her coach to not get wrist guards because she needs to just make them stronger- boy was she wrong! her ortho. dr. a former college gymnast told me to get them, so I did. Now she can do tumbling without grabbing her wrists when she is done! She loves them and I love to see her try new things now- pain free
Sad to say, but coaches are often way too macho with their recommendations! Pain is usually an indication something is wrong, not an indication of being too weak. With good support and hard work, the muscles will get stronger!
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