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Professional Super Power Bag Gloves

Professional Super Power Bag Gloves

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From the Iconic Boxing Brand
  • Durable construction for long lasting use
  • 12 oz genuine leather
  • Hook and loop wrist strap

Built to hold up to the most intense workouts, Grant Professional Super Power Bag Gloves are made from top quality leather. 12 ounce weight offers the extra resistance needed to build stamina and strength. Wide wrap-around wrist strap with a Hook & Loop closure.

Handcrafted in Mexico.


sku: #bx-gl-477

 


I'm trying to buy bag grant gloves but it dosen't say
The oz it just says large . I want to know what dose large mean ? How
Many oz ?   
by: jose
1/20/2012 7:11:57 PM
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In the description above you'll see it listed as 12oz.

As for the large - that's the size. When you see ounces, it refers to the thickness and padding of the glove (more ounce, more padding). Size is handled differently using small/medium/large.
by: TMArtist     
1/24/2012 11:22:04 AM
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Are these updated to the newer grants?

Hi i just saw that there is also another grant professional bag glove but with a red hook and loop closure, where this one is white. The post below me asks the same question, but i want to be sure before i order...are these the newer grants on sale here or the older ones that are in this photo?  
by: tjwes12
9/9/2010 1:21:22 AM
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Older Grant's?

The stock picture is of the old Grant bag gloves with the white wrist closure, the newer ones at Grantboxing and Ringside have the red wrist closure? Which ones are these? Both models are very highly regarded.  
by: Denno
8/15/2010 2:36:09 AM
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We are rolling into the newer models and will be updating the images shortly.
by: TMArtist     
8/16/2010 3:49:55 PM
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Please tell me the hand compartment size of Large and Regular

The last two answers were conflicting. I would like to know the roominess of the hand compartment? And is the large 14 oz and not 12?

Ringside gloves usually work great for me as my hand is thicker than average from weight lifting, but not huge or anything, so the 'Regular' in Ringside gloves is usually a Med/Large and fits great right out of the package.

If the hand compartment is the same in the Regular and Large of the Grants, is it a true Medium and will they break in nicely if they are tight at first.

Your price is awesome here, but still want to be sure of size before I spend $140 on bag gloves.

Thanks for your time.

-Dan  
by: Dan B.
6/24/2010 10:24:07 AM
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Well, I called Grant Boxing directly and asked myself.

877 472 6801

They told me the Regular is 12 oz and the large is 14 oz. But they also told me that the large has a larger hand compartment. So that's good if it's true.

They said they range the size of glove/compartment size to this weight class:

Up to 160 pounds for the regular (more of a small/regular)
And 165-215 pound person for the large (more like a medium/large)

So if they are correct, there's the answer.
by: Dan B.
6/24/2010 12:32:02 PM
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Thanks for digging into this one Dan - I'm sure it will help other users in the future.
by: TMArtist     
6/24/2010 4:19:50 PM
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Super bag gloves

What is the difference between the regular and large?   
by: duffski
4/23/2010 11:40:33 AM
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The large gloves are simply meant for larger hands than the regular, but both the regular and large gloves will be the same weight (12 oz)
by: jeremiah     
4/27/2010 10:21:00 AM
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Hand compartment for regular and large are identical. But the large weighs 14 oz.
by: eishypalssang
5/4/2010 10:18:27 AM
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Hi eishypalssang:

I spoke to Grant Boxing directly, see my post above. Now just because they said the compartment size is different in the reg and large, doesn't mean I am 100% confident it is true. Where did you get your information? Have you tried them both on or know someone who tried them both on??

Thanks.
by: Dan B.
6/24/2010 12:35:38 PM
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