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Nordic Lifting, Big Xmas Sale 40% on Weightlifting Accessories, Amazon Prime

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Found on social, looks juicy as heck so picked up a few items. Similar to this previous frontpage deal, but better (since these sale prices are lower). Definitely shareworthy. Details below:

Coupon XMASXL40 gives 40% additional OFF on ALL sales priced products below:
7mm Neoprene Knee Sleeves (Camo Grey) [amazon.com] now: $14.99
7mm Neoprene Knee Sleeves (Pink) [amazon.com] now: $14.99
5mm Neoprene Elbow Sleeves (Black) [amazon.com] now: $21.15
Nylon Ankle Compression Sleeves [amazon.com] now: $10.77
Nylon Elbow Compression Sleeves [amazon.com] now: $11.37
Nylon Knee Compression Sleeves [amazon.com] now: $11.97
Gym Gloves with Support (Pink) [amazon.com] now: $11.97
Gym Gloves with Support (Green/Blue/Red) [amazon.com] now: $11.97
Wrist Wraps (Flames/Camo Red/Leopard) [amazon.com] now: $8.97
Kinesiology Tape [amazon.com] now: $6
Weightlifting Shoes VENJA [amazon.com] now: $47.97
1p Headband [amazon.com] now: $5.97
3p Headbands [amazon.com] now: $7.73

ALL the rest of the storefront: [amazon.com] 12% off with coupon NORDIC12
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ohhh sweet this is a good deal to wake up to, ty OP! legit SD
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I have something similar to the nylon sleeves previously, is there any upside to changing to neoprene? Feel kind of lost, price looks good
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I bought a product of theirs last time they had a sale and it was a peice of junk. On the bright side, their customer service was helpful and they eventually refunded me, but I still wasted a good chunk of my time.
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I have tried their wrist wraps...they suck! If you are looking for wrist wraps these are great and on sale

https://www.ebay.com/itm/CLEARANCE-50-OFF-Contraband-Black-Label-1001-Wrist-Wraps-ALL-Tension-Length... [ebay.com]
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Stay away from their elbow sleeves.
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As far as knee sleeves go I've tried the copper type nylon ones, the elastic fabric knit type ones and the neoprene. I don't use the copper ones any more, they don't do much for my knees. The elastic type seem to be the most versatile, I pretty much have them on all the time. The neoprene ones offer a ton of support but can be restricting so I wear these when I am at the gym or anytime I'm expecting to put excessive strain on my knees.
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Hmm... asked for these from my Secret Santa (amongst other things). We are opening gifts tomorrow, so don't want to jump the gun. Hoping if I don't get them, that they'll still be on sale tomorrow! Slick deal is SLICK!
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I have tried their wrist wraps...they suck! If you are looking for wrist wraps these are great and on sale

https://www.ebay.com/itm/CLEARANCE-50-OFF-Contraband-Black-Label-1001-Wrist-Wraps-ALL-Tension-Length... [ebay.com]
Those are good--great for their price.
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Stay away from their elbow sleeves.
Why? I bought them on the last sale and they've been pretty good. They just need to be bought a size down.
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Been eyeing the knee compression sleeves. Thx!
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I have tried their wrist wraps...they suck! If you are looking for wrist wraps these are great and on sale

https://www.ebay.com/itm/CLEARANCE-50-OFF-Contraband-Black-Label-1001-Wrist-Wraps-ALL-Tension-Length... [ebay.com]
You're joking? I compete in women's powerlifting and Nordic's wraps are among the absolute best, they are however not approved in all federations (they are in some though). Look into their "super heavy" wraps and you'll understand what I'm talking about. In fact, picking up an extra pair with the 12% coupon Smilie
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As far as knee sleeves go I've tried the copper type nylon ones, the elastic fabric knit type ones and the neoprene. I don't use the copper ones any more, they don't do much for my knees. The elastic type seem to be the most versatile, I pretty much have them on all the time. The neoprene ones offer a ton of support but can be restricting so I wear these when I am at the gym or anytime I'm expecting to put excessive strain on my knees.
Thanks, this is exactly what I was wondering. It's like neoprene is best for actual lifting, while elastic is preferable for either longer sessions of wearing (for work, maybe for cardio, biking etc).
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You're joking? I compete in women's powerlifting and Nordic's wraps are among the absolute best, they are however not approved in all federations (they are in some though). Look into their "super heavy" wraps and you'll understand what I'm talking about. In fact, picking up an extra pair with the 12% coupon Smilie
I don't care what you compete in...their wrist wraps suck. Either that or Contraband's are just far superior to whatever you think is good.
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This goes in line with my New Year's res, making -18 the year of change Big Grin
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