Train hard with the Nike Women's Fundamental II Training Gloves. Made of polyester, polyurethane, nylon and spandex, the gloves feature moisture-wicking Dri-FIT fabrication on the backs of the hands for breathability and faux suede palms to provide grip, comfort and durability. Adjustable wrist tabs offer a secure fit.
Features and Benefits
Made of polyester, polyurethane, nylon and spandex with moisture-wicking Dri-FIT mesh jersey fabrication on the backs of the hands for light weight and breathability
Faux suede palms provide grip, comfort and durability
Screen-printed Swoosh logos
Adjustable wrist tabs for a secure fit
What's in the Box
Nike Women's Fundamental II Training Gloves
Rated 4 out of
Great for the priceI bought these a few months back and I love the way that they fit but I really wish that they had grip. The grip would help so much. However, for I would recommend these gloves for beginner since they most likely won't be doing heavy lifting specially heavy deadlifts which is when the grip would really come in handy.
Date published: 2016-10-02
Rated 5 out of
ComfortableA bit pricey in my opinion, but comfortable and living up to it's standards so far.
Date published: 2015-10-13
Rated 5 out of
Excellent Gloves!I bought these after I started working out regularly with my kettlebells and had started to develop unwanted calluses on my hands. These are no doubt the best gloves ever. They provide the comfort and protection I want and they also have a great look!
Date published: 2014-07-07
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Can I use this glove for keypunching at work? I do data entry and my hand and wrist?
Asked by: littletuggle
The Nike Women's Fundamental II Training Gloves are designed more for protection from blisters and slipping and for comfort while weight training or exercising. They may not provide the support you may need for your hands and wrists.
Answered by: KimberlyR
Date published: 2015-02-22
How do I know my size?
Asked by: DanielaJB
Generally gloves are sized by measuring the palm at its widest point (a little below the knuckles). For women, small is between 6” and 7”; medium between 7” and 8”; and large between 8” and 9”.
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