For a way to tape, check out monsteroffwidth.com Cut the inside wrist and they're good to re-use several times.
Never had any traction with taping that way, maybe good for two pitches max then the tape starts to roll up on the sides and it's almost impossible to tape with those long strips on a windy day. I think short strips across the back of the hand and then separate strips to protect the index, thumb, and pinky knuckles works better with a final wrap around the wrist to hold it all together. Some day someone needs to make a video of all the different ways to tape up.
who has the word on how i can find some mueller tape in america?
Last summer I wasn't able to find Eurotape on Google, ebay or amazon, so ended up mail ordering it from Pagan. When I called they said they have customers from all over the States that buy it by the case.
The key to good tape gloves is proper tapping, and during hot months using Muller Stickum. It can be found in most athletic stores and is great for extra holding power. I climb granet cracks all the time and tape gloves seem mandatory. I've observed most people, even crack veterans, don't know how to do a proper tape glove. I have a method that uses minimal amount of tape and and stays in all day long and never comes off. If any one wants to know how to do a proper tape glove send me a message here and I will show you the best tapping technique ever.