Gecko Velcro Ring Gymnastics Grips. The grips sizes 00 & 0 are specifically designed for the smaller 8 to 12 years olds with tiny hands and weighing around 50 lbs.
Gecko "Geka" Velcro Grip Features:
- Durable easy swing, easy break-in 501 leather
- Stitched on dowel
- Short narrow palm piece for small hands
- Gecko Green straps with hook & loop closure
- Metal strap loop
- Finger hole tabs holds grips in place
- Includes soft swing inserts
- Sold as pair
- Sizes: 00,0,1
GMR has created a resource to help you learn more about grips.
Please review our Grip Handbook (PDF) to get answers to common grip questions, and call us if you still have concerns.
- Choosing the most appropriate grip
- Sizing and positioning of your grips
- Basic palm guard
- Women's uneven bar grips
- Pixie grips
- Men's ring grips
- Men's high bar grips
- Identifying right and left high bar grips properly
- Breaking in your grips
- Caring for your grips
- Warranty Information
Remember Grips Law
If a grip is going to break,
it will do so the day of a meet!
(or the day before a meet).
Always have a back-up pair of Grips.
Never use a ring grip on men's Hi Bar. Use sand paper to enlarge finger holes only. Do not pull on the finger holes. Torn finger holes are not covered under warranty. Never rub a grip brush over the dowel threads as it will cut the dowel threads. Cut dowel threads are not covered under warranty. Spraying water on the grips will wash the tanning agents off and the leather could break or tear.
Any activity involving motion or height creates the possibility of catastrophic injury, paralysis or even death. Follow the Grip Book instructions enclosed with your order and use your grips under the supervision and advice of your coach at all times. Gymnastics grips are intended for use ONLY by properly trained and qualified participants under supervised conditions. Use without proper supervision, or abuse, could be DANGEROUS and should NOT be undertaken or permitted.
Before using, KNOW YOUR OWN LIMITATIONS and the limitations of the grips. If in doubt always consult your instructor.
Always inspect for loose fittings, stitching or damage and inspect before each use. Be sure proper matting is in place.