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EverDri Wristwrap Heavy Bag Gloves

EverDri Wristwrap Heavy Bag Gloves

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Greatness is Within

    the new EverDri gloves from Everlast are constructed from high quality, durable 100% leather They feature an open finger design to offer unsurpassed comfort and style. They also have EverCool panels located in the palm that quickly and efficiently wick moisture away and provide ventillation, keeping you hand cool even during intense workouts. The new EverDri gloves from Everlast have thick, C3 foam padding that absorbs impacts and protects the wrists, knuckles and fingers from damage when working out on the heavy bag. These gloves also feature an 18" hook and loop wrist wrap that keeps supports the wrists while keeping the entire hand in an ergonomic and safe position that reduces the change for injury. These gloves will make an excellent choice for people of all skill levels.

  • Made from high quality leather
  • 18" hook and loop closure supports and protects wrist
  • C3 foam padding covers and protects fingers and knuckles
  • EverCool panel in the palm increases air flow and keeps hands cool
  • Great for beginners and experts alike

  • sku: #bx-gl-86

     



    these are great gloves they are pretty cool there not as heavy as i would have liked but they still gat the job done and they even work good for sparring(even though you cant grapple as good)  
    by: vinnynor
    1/1/2010 7:41:34 PM
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    8 oz
    by: scott
    3/3/2010 2:54:38 AM
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    Not really what u need for heavy bags

    I tried these gloves today on a 80lb heavy bad without any hand protection and the comfort is OK but it will hurt your hands a lot when u strike the bag and after 5 minuted of hitting the bag and taking of the gloves, some of my skin was ripped and blood between the knuckles. I don't no how they would preform with the hand wraps but i really would recommend the evergel bag gloves for heavy bags and they feel very comfortable and protect your hands very well.   
    by: Al Nimr   
    4/29/2011 11:53:31 PM
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    Knuckle Scraper

    I use these gloves on a 70 lb Everlast MMA bag for exercise. While they beat the gloves that came with the bag, they have the same draw back - namely the 2nd knuckles of my hand get beat up. I think the glove slides back with each punch, so the open finger design opens up the fingers to a bit more abrasion. I use 180 wraps and haven't had any problem with the padding up at the first knuckles, but I have to tape up each of my fingers at the 2nd knuckle before my workout, if only to soak up the blood.   
    by: MattM
    8/6/2011 11:33:07 AM
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    best gloves for heavy bag training

    any recommendations?  
    by: bb
    5/2/2011 4:15:27 PM
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    I personally use these: bx-gl-228. I doubt they are the best, but the price is reasonable and the quality is good.
    by: TMArtist     
    5/4/2011 12:04:02 PM
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    Blame MMA

    Throw a rock in the air and, chances are, it will land on a pair of weird, open-finger-design fighting/sparring/bag gloves. You can't find decent bag gloves in a sports store anymore. Every kid wants to look like Randy Couture, while punching his water-base bag.
    I tried them and stoped immediately: they are so hard on my hands - I wouldn't punch Oprah's tit while wearing them!  
    by: A
    11/29/2010 2:25:08 AM
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    Use some gloves.

    So I tried these things on, and these are very hard on your hands. No type of padding for the inside of the glove. I would highly recommend just getting some regular bag gloves  
    by: mike
    10/20/2010 2:44:48 PM
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    Not for the Heavy Bag

    I originally bought these for the heavy bag but after a few intense workouts,I switched to a full glove and only use these for the speed bag. I do not recommend them for the heavy bag. Not enough protection.  
    by: Roxie
    9/5/2010 3:06:50 AM
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    The gloves fit well and dry fast They are padded perfectly and have a good feel hitting the heavy bag. The one negative is that the loops for your fingers dig a little into your skin when you are punching hard.   
    by: Ray
    7/15/2010 7:32:31 PM
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    Didn't dig on these.

    I found these gloves to be somewhat awkward and you need wraps if you want to avoid scraping the skin off your knuckles when throwing hooks (which pretty much kills the purpose of bag gloves). I still don't understand why they have an open finger design - they're bag gloves.

    Finally - they shift when you strike which not only causes knuckle-scraping but also makes throwing non-boxing strikes (ridge hands in particular) fairly uncomfortable  
    by: hydro1974
    5/3/2010 6:06:06 PM
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    Good pair?

    Are these good to use on a 100 lbs. heavy bag?  
    by: Spart
    4/6/2010 3:55:19 PM
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    That is more on your hands, wrists, arms, form, etc.. They do not offer the protection of a full boxing glove, obviously, but in short, yes, they will be fine for any size heavybag.
    by: jeremiah     
    4/6/2010 4:03:49 PM
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    not enough protection for heavy bags

    These are wierd little gloves. They have an open finger design, like MMA grappling gloves, but they are advertised as heavy bag gloves. When I used them for hitting the heavy bag they felt this and didnt offer me enough padding. I eneded up having to stop halfway through the workout.   
    by: Sentry
    1/5/2010 2:26:09 PM
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    Yes I think these are better for lighter bag workouts that are combined with other MMA activities such as grappling or speed bag training. Your point about not overtraining the heavy bag with these gloves is very well made though.
    by: TMArtist     
    1/26/2010 1:15:04 AM
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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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