Both our rubber and leather Cobra Grips are no-slip and have the same amount of grip. The main difference is that our leather edition is our limited edition, and is made with Nubuck leather. It is resistant to wear. While both versions of our gloves can last a very long time when cared for properly, typically leather will outlast other materials.
Our logo is printed on the rubber side of each grip for a reason: Once the grip is worn — even once — the logo will begin wearing off. This is our way to ensure that our customers can always tell that their grips are brand new.
The better you take care of your Cobra Grips, the longer they will stay in tip-top shape. You can easily clean them with Windex or any type of glass cleaner. Please don’t put them in a washing machine or soak them in water. If debris builds up in the Velcro, you can use tweezers to get it out.
Worry no more! The grip is the weakest part on most people. Don’t skimp on working out your other muscles to the max because of the small muscles that make up your grip.
You sure can. We’ve heard from customers who have used them for watersports like waterskiing and kayaking. They can help with just about any instance in which you need a grip assist!
Once you put on your Cobra Grips, hold your hand up to eye level. The very top of the gripping portion should be just above the first knuckle of your index and middle finger, from the bottom of your fingers. If you need it to be longer, loosen the wrist strap and let the end of the gripping portion move to your fingertips.