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Junior Neoprene Bag Gloves

Junior Neoprene Bag Gloves
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Professional Gear, for the Professional Athlete
  • Odor resistant neoprene construction
  • Machine washable and quick drying after use
  • Hook and loop wrist enclosure
  • Junior size

An excellent addition to our junior glove line. The neoprene shell on this model is an ideal material for repeated strikes against the bag. The neoprene is durable, flexible, and visually attractive. The sharp red and black design is a pleasure to wear.

These gloves, which are designed for youth fighters and individuals who are small in stature, come in comfortable small and medium sizes. The thumb protection is outstanding and helps the fighter maintain a proper fist during striking. The wrist strap is a convenient hook and loop model which can be taken off much more easily than laces.


sku: #bx-gl-723

 
for small woman?

I am 5'3" and 110lbs. very small hands and need a good fitting glove - I hit hard so need padding. this glove doesn't list ounces. Is this a good glove for me to train mitts and bag 6plus hours a week?   
by: Nicki Goodnight
8/12/2010 8:10:19 PM
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It sounds like these would probably fit you Nicki, and the padding is designed to tolerate repeated use like you are intending.

Give them a shot. If the size doesn't work out just let us know and we can help you find a better suited pair.
by: TMArtist     
8/13/2010 1:49:05 PM
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Bag Gloves Expert FAQs
     
  1. Why do I need bag gloves?

    It makes sense that a boxer needs boxing gloves, but what a lot of people don't realize is that for punching a heavy bag or speed bag you want to use bag gloves, not boxing gloves. Bag gloves are designed to optimize a person's punching form and protect both their hands and wrists during training. Bag gloves are used whenever your striking against an object, not a person and are designed to endure the rigors of extended workouts.

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  3. Bag Gloves vs. Boxing Gloves

    Bag gloves are the way to go when hitting a bag. They gloves utilize a dense foam that can withstand the day-in-day-out pounding they will receive in the gym. Boxing gloves are the safe choice for training, sparring and competing. They are designed to use a softer less-dense foam combination, mold or gel that increases shock absorbency for both you and your partner. The closure of bag gloves are easy-on, easy-off. The closure of boxing gloves protects your partner from abrasions. Bag glove also can contain a grip bar in the palm, which provides you an enhanced (and safer) fist.

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  5. When do I need to use bag gloves?

    Repeated stress on the body from extended bag workouts can result in sprains and injuries if boxers aren't careful. That's why many companies started designing gloves specifically for bag training.
    Bag gloves are designed to optimize a person's punching form and protect both their hands and wrists during training through thicker foam padding and enhanced molded design. Bag gloves are to be used whenever you're striking against bags, objects, or pads.

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  7. What weight glove should I get for doing bag work?

    Although many bag gloves look like they weigh the same, there are subtle and importance differences in padding thickness. The level of padding or gel in your gloves will greatly affect the amount of protection you receive. Thicker gloves (which are generally higher in oz) are better for prolonged protection and are recommended for heavy bag use. Other thinner gloves are great for speed bags and fast bags as they are lighter and quicker.



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