Ok, let me see the top of the gloves. Ok, let me see the palms. Good, good, good, good, good. Palms. Palm, palm, palm. Nice. Nice. Good, ok. Great. Lisa, come on in. So these are very common, but for CrossFit Striking, you’re not gonna want to have these, because–the reason why is because– ok, Lisa, you can step back out– I have another pair that I brought with me that I’ll show you guys that you might want to see. We want the palm exposed, and we want the fingers exposed, because we’re going to be doing deadlifts, pull-ups, rowing, double-unders. We’re going to do everything with our gloves on, alright? You know people whining and complaining? They’re like, “Oh, can I take my gloves off to, you know, do the pull-ups?” And no, they could just keep rolling with it. We’re going for time. We’re doing our WOD. They can do it. CrossFit’s based on, you know, constantly varied, so no, we can do it with the gloves. Like I said, you get those some cases that you have like a safety issue, like you’re afraid they’re going to fall off the pull-up bar, or you’re afraid they’re going to drop the bar. Sure enough, they can take it off and take a couple minutes to transition, but you always want them to have the gloves on.