This applies first and foremost to wrapping for the Bib type hanger, and problems with pinched skin.
As a hang newb I’ve had my trials and errors with wrappings, and I’ve had my skin pinched with about every other attachment when trying one or more ready made sleeves for wrap.
This simple way I worked it out now made such a significant difference for reliability in my hanging comfort and convenience, that I thought it might possibly help someone else too. I get no bad attachments, zero; healthy circulation and no pinched skin.
You’ve read about or tried a cutoff baby sock or similar. OK, this is similar until the next sentence: I stich up two sleeves; one out of lycra (bikini material) to use against the skin; the other out of a nylon sock.
Then a small (3/4”x3”) strip of theraband, which I attach (using “carpet tape”) centered along the belly (opposite side of seam) of the lycra sleeve. The strip hinders the lycra sleeve from any curling up, and most importantly very efficiently prevents pinching when used along the top side of the shaft, where I had my pinch problems). It’s perfect to be able to use sleeves; quick, convenient and basically no variables involved (read foolproof) :)
I ahould add a disclaimer that I haven’t tried anything with high weights, so I just don’t know if I will encounter any problems with this wrapping somewhere down the line.
Until then at least, here’s a happy wrapper!