Our Story

Victory Grips: Designed by Athletes for Athletes

Victory Grips are the result of intensive research of understanding the needs and behaviors of functional fitness athletes of all levels. Through collaboration with athletes and tested in high volume training and competition we have come up with a design that is so innovative in its details that we have patent pending status with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The focus of the design is centered on performance, protection and durability. We have also added the ability for you to customize the grips through color and pattern templates to make them your own. Additionally, we are the only functional fitness grip company that manufactures designs specifically for men and women. Although men and women may have the same size hand dependent on an individual’s height, a women’s hand is narrower. Therefore, we try to ensure the best fit for every individual.

Our goal at Victory Grips is to make the best performing hand gear on the market. We consider this goal aspirational and; therefore, we are constantly working to perfect our performance just like you. Victory Grips encourages and welcomes your input on our designs. Just like training partners, we are there to push each other to be reach our full potential.

About The Founder

Victor Pellegrino's athletic background started with being a competitive gymnast. He then went on to be a cheerleader for Florida State University and stuntman for Disney's Hollywood Studios. He has also performed in various stage productions worldwide as an acrobat, including the 1992 Summer Olympic Games Closing Ceremonies.

Victor proudly served as a Field Radio Operator for the United States Marine Corps. He has a degree in Corporate Fitness from Florida State University, a masters in Design Management form Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), and has been a personal trainer and coach for over 20 years. Victor is the former owner of CrossFit Identity in Atlanta, GA, as well as a 40+ athlete for the NPGL’s Phoenix Rise.

Measure from the base of your middle finger (where the finger meets the palm) to the base of the palm (where the palm meets the wrist; the line where your hand bends at the wrist.) The measurement is in inches.      


Men’s Sizes
Small (3.9 inches and below. Typically if you are 5'4" in height and below)
Medium (4.0 to 4.5 inches. Typically if you are 5'5" to 6" in height)
Large (4.6 inches and up. Typically if you are 6'1" and above)

Women’s Sizes
Small (3.5 inches and below. Typically if you are 5'4" and below)
Medium (3.6 to 4.0. Typically if you are 5'5" and above)
Large (4.0 to 4.5. Typically if you are 5'7" and above)

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