Free Shipping on All Items
Heavy Bag Kit - Special Edition

Heavy Bag Kit - Special Edition

This item is not currently available for purchase.
“An Excellent Gift Set”
This Everlast punching bag set makes a great gift or first punching bag for yourself. The weight is good for even fairly heavy hitters and is durable.

We recommend this punching bag set.
  • Hook & Loop pro style training gloves with gold anniversary logo on cuff and 180" pro handwraps
  • 100-pound black polycanvas heavy bag featuring 100 year anniversary logo and artwork
  • Bag is filled with high durability foam
  • Handwraps included

Enjoy the culmination of 100 years of craftsmanship and experience. Everlast has put together a special package that features some of the best technology they have developed for heavy bag training.

The centerpiece 100 lb heavy bag features a black polycanvas that has been time tested to withstand abuse. The accompanying gloves are closed cell foam with hook and loop wrists enclosures. Both items feature a special 100th anniversary logo.

Classic handwraps also included.


sku: #bx-hv-707

 
Availability

Any time table on the availibility of the bag/set? Am hoping it is available very soon!  
by: Aaron
5/15/2013 10:14:09 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
No word on restock yet for this particular item.
by: TMArtist     
5/15/2013 11:37:33 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


So how's that soon available thing going? Literally would buy one right now. When will I be able to say I had the money for it? 2-3 months?  
by: jlestos
4/9/2013 6:03:12 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Sorry for the delay on this one jlestos. Unfortunately since this is an anniversary edition it's a little tough to get steady stock for it.
by: TMArtist     
4/10/2013 12:40:08 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Available again??

When will this be available to purchase again??

  
by: Jamie
2/21/2013 2:20:05 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
This is a popular item so we are trying to get it back in stock within a month.
by: TMArtist     
2/22/2013 1:01:25 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
weight of the bag

Hey in the description it says this bag is 100lbs but all the comments refer to 70 lbs.. Which is it?  
by: sb17
2/18/2013 8:08:25 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
This product changed over time, so the older comments refer to the older product of 70lbs. The current offering is 100lbs.
by: TMArtist     
2/20/2013 12:39:23 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Some Confusion

Why are people talking about this kit having 70-80lb bag when it clearly advertises that it is 100 lbs? What am I missing???!  
by: iser0009
12/22/2012 5:42:51 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi iser. What you are seeing in the older comments is indicative of how the product changes over time. You can rely on the description, but sometimes we have to change which units we offer.
by: TMArtist     
12/26/2012 8:47:50 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Weight

In the description it says it is 70 lbs, then later it says the bag is 80 lbs?? I would like to know which one it really is so i can know if it is the right size for me.  
by: JoJo
11/23/2012 12:11:26 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Oops, sorry for the confusion Jojo. The heavy bag in this kit is 70 lbs. We will adjust the description to remove the discrepancy.
by: TMArtist     
11/23/2012 2:05:14 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


How far away from a wall does this need to be hung?  
by: Smaus
11/20/2012 10:36:20 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hey Smaus. I'd say you would want a minimum of 3 1/2 feet to allow for bag sway and to give you a little opportunity to work around the bag.
by: TMArtist     
11/21/2012 1:43:01 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
bag size

hey guys im a 19 yr old im 6' 240 pounds i was wondering what size bag would work  
by: kai
11/20/2012 12:14:30 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi Kai. I think you fall in the 80-100 lb bag weight range. If you are new to hitting a bag and want a little bit of bag movement to practice your footwork you could go 80lbs. However, I think 100lbs is a better long term option. Here is a good option: bx-hv-162. Be sure to get a good pair of gloves to protect your hands and joints.
by: TMArtist     
11/21/2012 1:46:29 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


I want to buy punching bag for my sister. She is about 5-5'1 105lbs 17 years old. Which punching bag would be best for her?  
by: Mel
11/14/2012 6:15:51 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi Mel. I think the kit on this page would work just fine. Or you could check this one out: bx-hv-1300.
by: TMArtist     
11/14/2012 1:40:53 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


Can this be used with a mobile stand?  
by: Armybud
11/5/2012 2:52:57 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Yes this can be used with a mobile stand, which you can browse here if you don't have one yet: http://www.boxingdepot.com/heavy-bag-stand.html.
by: TMArtist     
11/7/2012 2:01:54 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Right bag? and joints?

Hi. I'm 17 years old, 5'7", 145 lbs and a girl. I was wondering what weight bag would be best for me. Also I'm a serious golfer and conserned about the possible joint stress that might come with my beginning to use a punching bag? Would you still recommmed this and is there any way to eliminate wrist/hand stress? Thanks so much!!  
by: Emileee
10/20/2012 7:03:34 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi Emileee. I can appreciate why you'd want to focus on safety first - it's a smart thing to do! For hanging heavy bags I think you'd be good with the 60lb model here: bx-hv-40.

However my best recommendation is this freestanding bag: tr-bg-724. It's really easy on the joints, mobile, and flexible. If you get a good pair of gloves and this bag you should be all set.
by: TMArtist     
10/22/2012 1:32:27 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
kits

are there any other kits that would be heavier? im 6'1" 200 lb and have some experience in boxing. could there maybe be a 100-150 lb bag?  
by: Daniel
10/15/2012 10:40:18 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
we DO have heavier bags, but unfortunately none in kit form right now. The kits are designed to appeal to the largest amount of people possible. Your experience and size is above average!
by: TMArtist     
10/17/2012 1:21:11 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
hanging

how would i hang this? does it come with a mount or do i have to purchase that separately?  
by: Daniel
10/14/2012 11:44:10 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi Daniel. The bag comes with a chain unit but not an actual mount for your ceiling. For that you'll want to browse here: http://www.boxingdepot.com/punchingbag-wall-mounts.html and find the right one for your ceiling type. Take note of whether you'll be attaching it to a wooden beam, metal I beam, etc. The universal hanger is a good all around option if you can wrap all the way around the beam.
by: TMArtist     
10/15/2012 2:08:49 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


Hey this is manish,I am interested in buying this bag,is it possible for you to ship it to India?  
by: manish
9/5/2012 7:12:51 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
A lot of our heavier items, like this one, cannot be shipped outside the US. When you are shopping around. you'll see a 'shipping' box to the right of the 'add to cart' button. That will help you know which items are possible to ship to you.
by: TMArtist     
9/5/2012 10:30:04 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Shipping?

hey i was wondering what sort of cost would there be on shipping to new zealand?  
by: Bennisee
8/29/2012 10:45:18 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Unfortunately we don't have the ability to ship heavy freight to New Zealand at this time. We really appreciate your business, but for this item you may have to go with a site like amazon.
by: TMArtist     
8/31/2012 10:55:56 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
right bag?

Hi, im a 17 years old 5ft7 135pound is this the right bag for me? Thanks.  
by: avi
8/20/2012 12:09:13 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi Avi. If you expect a little more growth in your future this bag is just fine. Otherwise 70 might be a little better.
by: TMArtist     
8/20/2012 10:36:00 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Right bag?

Im a girl, 14 yrs old, 5'6 and 137 lbs, this the right bag?  
by: JamJada
8/10/2012 3:18:46 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
I'd say this bag is a little on the heavy side. I might recommend something in the 60-70lb range. That being said, you could still be ok with this bag as long as you wear the gloves and wraps.
by: TMArtist     
8/13/2012 1:04:54 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


I'm a 20 year old female, 5,6" and weigh 117 lbs. I've always liked boxing and decided to start as a way of keeping fit. This kit caught my eye because it included the glove. Would this be too heavy to start off with?  
by: Jane
8/8/2012 10:38:08 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
I think this would be a touch on the heavy side. All things being equal I would probably recommend a 70lb bag. But that beign said, you could successfully use this bag (just make sure to wear the gloves and wraps).
by: TMArtist     
8/13/2012 1:06:06 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


I plan on purchasing this along with the "Heavy Bag/Speed Bag Stand" Can you tell me what else i need to make this bag work with the stand.   
by: Ash
8/6/2012 4:05:00 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
The only thing you might want to get in addition is some free weights (The round kind with a hole in the center). You use those on the bottom pegs of the heavy bag stand to stabilize it.
by: TMArtist     
8/6/2012 10:34:51 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


I'm 13, 105 lbs, and about 5'4. How heavy a bag should I get? And also, what size bag/boxing gloves?  
by: Chase;)
8/3/2012 7:39:57 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hey Chase. I think you'd be good with a 60lb bag. As for gloves, I would recommend the small/medium size. If you need to train other techniques besides punching I would recommend this kind of freestanding bag: bx-hv-2026.
by: TMArtist     
8/3/2012 5:26:17 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


I'm 6'3 and weigh 220. Used to have 100# bag but it seemed to hurt my shoulders. Should I go with a lighter bag, or was poor technique the problem?  
by: brian
8/1/2012 10:28:03 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hey Brian. Hurting your shoulders could have come from a variety of things. I recommend the following - drop the bag weight down a little, make sure you have good gloves with plenty of padding (12-14oz), and investigate some alternative punching methods that are easier on the shoulders.
by: TMArtist     
8/3/2012 5:18:49 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Right bag and how to hang

I am very interested in getting back into my kickboxing regime. I weigh between 125 - 130 and I am 5' 7", would this bag be too heavy? Also does this bag come with the equipment to hang it? How does one hang something like this?   
by: Skibbe
7/31/2012 3:36:06 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi Skibbe. All things being equal I would recommend a 70lb bag to you, although an 80lb bag will certainly work too. As for hanging, this bag comes with a chain assembly that runs between the bag and the ceiling. To attach it to the ceiling itself, browse these hangers: http://www.boxingdepot.com/punchingbag-wall-mounts.html. Figure out what kind of stud you will be using (wood, metal, etc) and go from there.

If you don't have any good ceiling beams to work with, look into one of these units: bx-ac-853.
by: TMArtist     
8/1/2012 10:51:52 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
whats the right bag for me?

I'm eighteen years old I weigh 122 pounds and I'm only 4'11" my parents want to get me a punching bag for my birthday and I thought id look around first. What bag and size of gloves would be right? I have small hands but I tend to hurt my wrists often so I want something good  
by: carly
7/29/2012 11:32:11 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi Carly. I wouldn't go over 70lbs for a heavy bag for you. Anything in the 60-70 range would be ideal. you'll also want to handwraps (108" length would be fine) and good gloves. For gloves, you'll want a small/medium size with a high ounce weight (probably around 12oz) which should help protect your hands and wrists. Make sure to get a pair with velcro or tie closure around the wrists.
by: TMArtist     
7/30/2012 11:18:27 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)



My son pick this one for his birthday, a fine choice. Arrived in a timely fashion. He has one problem, not enough time to whale on it.
Thanks to all for this wonderful process. God Bless.  
by: Joe
7/26/2012 6:35:16 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
mulitple questions

i am 15( almost 16) about 6 ft 2 inches, about 199 lbs. I intend on using this a great amount during the school year as a stress/ anger management bag. is this a good idea?  
by: Marine1775
7/23/2012 2:22:56 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi Marine. Yes that would be a healthy way to resolve stress and excess energy throughout your week. Remember to use gloves though as too much impact against the wrist and arms can cause joint damage.
by: TMArtist     
7/25/2012 10:32:44 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)



My kids and I purchased the heavey Bag Kit for a fathers Day gift. My husband and 3 boys love it it is getting very good use out of it.Very well made. I would definatly order from boxing depot again. Easy fast and reliable ordering. My shipment came on time. I am very satisfied.  
by: dina
7/20/2012 1:51:06 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


i'm 16 years of age.Im About 5'9- 5'10. i weight about 140 pounds. I'm Male. I am into boxing and i work out three times a week for about 2 years. i am going to start boxing soon so i was wondering what kind of equiptment i need. ( size of gloves. Weight of punching bag.) What do you suggest? i was also wondering does this come with a stand or a chain i can hang in my garage?  
by: Taylor .H
6/19/2012 1:26:05 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hey Taylor. Glad to hear you are getting into boxing! I think it will be a worthwhile endeavor for you. Here are some suggestions for equipment:

For your weight and experience I think this kit would be very suitable: bx-hv-1301.

A heavy bag in the 70-80lb range would be good, although you could go up to 90 if you felt the need. For gloves, regular or medium size would fit you (most likely). To attach the bag to your ceiling you'll need a hanger like the ones found here: http://www.boxingdepot.com/punchingbag-wall-mounts.html.
by: TMArtist     
6/20/2012 4:21:11 PM
Was this helpful? (1) (0)


I'm a 12 year old girl, I'm 5'6, I weigh about 95 pounds. Im really strong for my age, though. My dad boxed in high school, and was pretty good at it, so I wanted to give it a try. Would this kit be good for me?
  
by: Georgia
6/10/2012 9:12:22 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi Georgia. I think set might not be perfect for you. I think better fitting gloves would be the small or mediums here - bx-gl-1305.

I would also recommend a slightly lighter bag, such as this one - bx-hv-1300.
by: TMArtist     
6/11/2012 10:09:55 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


I'm 13, about 5'8", and about 120 pounds. I don't have much experience in boxing or anything and I'm looking for a good heavy bag kit to get into shape and gain some muscle. This one caught my eye because it has the bag and gloves cheaper than if they were seperate. Would the bag be good for me? What about the gloves? And I assume this comes with a chain, but do I need anything else to hang it up?  
by: Sam
6/3/2012 10:47:16 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi Sam. at first this bag might be a bit heavy for you, I would probably recommend a 60 or 70lb bag. However, if you really like the looks of this kit I'd say you could get it and train safely. In order to hang the bag up you will need something to attach to a wall or ceiling, so take a look at this page for those kinds of items: http://www.boxingdepot.com/punchingbag-wall-mounts.html.
by: TMArtist     
6/4/2012 11:19:36 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


I'm 16, 5'7", 190lbs looking for a heavy bag that I can use to help me get in shape. I was thinking that this heavy bag kit would be good for me.  
by: Joey
6/2/2012 8:52:32 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hey Joey. This kit would be a nice fit for you. I think you can move forward with the idea. Don't forget you might also need a hanger or a stand for it - http://www.boxingdepot.com/punchingbag-wall-mounts.html.
by: TMArtist     
6/4/2012 11:16:31 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Bag Stand

I am thinking about buying this set for Father's day for my boyfriend. We are renting the house we are in so we have to use a stand verses drilling holes in the ceiling. Will this bag be a good fit for a stand?   
by: Rachel
5/31/2012 1:56:12 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi Rachel. This bag is quite typical in terms of size, weight, and chain construction. It should work no problem with most stands.
by: TMArtist     
6/1/2012 11:39:38 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


Im 16 years old and im 6'3" and weigh 155/160lb would this be good for me?  
by: Zane
4/22/2012 10:36:17 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Yes 80lb should be fine Zane. In a few years if you continue with your training you may need to upgrade to 100lbs for increased resistance.
by: TMArtist     
4/23/2012 11:13:27 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Beginner

I am a 6'7, 190 lb, 33 year old male. I've never boxed before, but am refinishing my basement (which will include a home gym). I plan to hang a punching bag, but am not sure if the 80 lb bag is heavy enough. My other concern is that my wife wants to use it as well (also a beginner boxer). She is 5'3 and 140 lbs. What is the appropriate size for the both of us?

I was also curious about getting the correct size gloves for each of us.

Your help would be much appreciated. Thanks.  
by: Nicholas Ilukowicz
4/22/2012 8:35:59 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi Nicholas. If it was just you in question I would probably recommend a 100lb bag. However, since you are a beginner and your wife wants to use it as well, 70 or 80lbs could be a good compromise.

As for glove size - the gloves included in this set would work for you but be a bit big for your wife. You'll want to browse for small/medium gloves for her. A pair like these might fit nicely - bx-gl-2272.
by: TMArtist     
4/23/2012 11:17:33 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Is this right for me?

I am a 28 year old, 5', 135lbs. female Beginning boxing. Would this be a good weight bag and size gloves? I feel the gloves may be a bit big even with wrap if they are one size fits all. Should I consider this package or purchase everything separate?  
by: jcodizzy
4/10/2012 6:31:10 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
I think this bag may be a bit too heavy (I'd recommend 60 or 70lb) and the gloves might be a touch big.

It's a little more work, but I'd recommend shopping for the items separate!

Here are some things to consider to get you started:

good bag - bx-hv-40
good gloves - bx-gl-2273
by: TMArtist     
4/11/2012 10:53:04 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Punching bag?

Hi,I'm 15, 5'9 and weigh 190, I want a punching bag but I'm not sure which to get. What would you recommend?  
by: Ash
4/8/2012 8:37:31 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
As of right now the kit on this page would be great for you. In time, and if you keep growing, you may need to upgrade to a heavier bag.
by: TMArtist     
4/9/2012 11:12:13 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


Hey, I'm 6'5", 215 lbs, 18 years old, not sure what I'm looking at, I'm a really heavy hitter,(can knock my 6'7", 290 lb cousin on his ass) what should I get?  
by: blackjack
4/4/2012 1:39:59 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
You guys are both big dudes! While the gloves used in this package would be good, I think you might want to upgrade the bag weight to about 100lbs, like this bag here: bx-hv-162.

I'd recommend grabbing that bag, and then gloves like these: bx-gl-2243.

You may also need an attachment to hang the bag from your ceiling (the bag comes with chains, but not a mount): bx-ac-36.
by: TMArtist     
4/6/2012 10:36:29 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Reccomend

My problem is that my dad and I both want to get a punching bag but my mom would like to only get one. I am 5'2 and im 12 years old my dads 52 and 6'3 but he is still in very good shape. Considering I am rather strong for my age and I will grow up do you think 80 will be a nice comprise?

Thanks  
by: Anton
3/30/2012 7:41:12 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi Anton. I think 70lbs would be the perfect compromise, but 80lbs would also be fine. Make sure you wear gloves when you train so that you don't damage your hands as you continue to grow.

Thanks for reaching out to us!
by: TMArtist     
4/2/2012 11:55:13 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
What do you recommend?

Hi, my name is Zack I'm 6'2" and about 230 lbs I'm also only 14 years old. So what would you recommend for me to purchase? In the punching bag area that is.   
by: States92
3/20/2012 8:15:18 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi Zack. I think this 80lb bag set would be perfect. You don't want to go too much heavier or you might injure yourself. In a couple years you might want to upgrade to 100lbs, but for now this is good.

You might also need a mount for your ceiling: bx-ac-36.
by: TMArtist     
3/21/2012 11:50:59 AM
Was this helpful? (1) (0)
Thank you very much for your input! I will seriously consider buying this bag.
by: States92
3/21/2012 12:13:46 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
No problem - if you have any other questions just shoot em our way.
by: TMArtist     
3/23/2012 12:08:35 PM
Was this helpful? (1) (0)


is it possible that i receive them by a post cause am living in out country?thanks  
by: che
3/19/2012 1:57:11 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi CHe. I'm not certain what you mean. Could you clarify your situation?
by: TMArtist     
3/21/2012 11:52:02 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Shipment

Do u sent to Singapore?  
by: Hemma
3/18/2012 11:27:42 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Due to their weight and bulk we cannot send heavy bags overseas. Apologies!
by: TMArtist     
3/19/2012 11:16:54 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
shipping

hey, im 17 and im from new zealand.
can you do international shipping to nz ?  
by: jack
3/17/2012 7:06:50 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Due to their weight and bulk we cannot send heavy bags overseas. Sorry, we recognize the current inconvenience of it.
by: TMArtist     
3/19/2012 11:17:27 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Can it be shipped to Australia

I live in Australia and I was wondering if the bag could be shipped there?  
by: mrFANTASTIC
3/16/2012 7:07:59 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Unfortunately we cannot ship the very heavy items like this bag to Australia. You may have to rely on a more local source. However the accessories we should be able to help with. Sorry for the inconvenience.
by: TMArtist     
3/16/2012 11:40:15 AM
Was this helpful? (1) (0)


I am 5'10 and I weigh about 150 pounds. I am a beginner and want to get a nice durable bag that I can punch hard, but will still swing a little. Is this right for me?  
by: kfinn
3/10/2012 10:57:09 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Yes this will work for you. I would have recommended either 70 or 80 lbs.
by: TMArtist     
3/12/2012 10:54:50 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
oh

so after knowing that it doesn't ships to my country : Malaysia.
Does anyone know any website available for purchasing punching bags and ships to malaysia?   
by: XSenseMePlz
3/10/2012 9:32:38 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
I don't know of any off hand but I will certainly let you know if I learn of one!
by: TMArtist     
3/12/2012 10:57:21 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
hey

Im from Malaysia. So it doesn't ships to my country?  
by: XSenseMePlz
3/5/2012 8:16:16 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Unfortunately these heavy items tend to be problematic during international shipping for us so we have to limit the areas available.
by: TMArtist     
3/5/2012 12:15:40 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Length

How long is the bag?   
by: dan
2/25/2012 4:50:28 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
The bag length is appx 48" (4 feet).
by: TMArtist     
2/27/2012 11:31:54 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hanging the Bag

I would like to ask: how do you hang this thing? Do you hook it to your ceiling? Is that hook included? Will it tear up my ceiling when it swings? How does it hold 80 lbs.? Thank you.  
by: Ginja Ninja
2/21/2012 1:54:26 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hey Ginja. Yes, generally you hook it to your ceiling or purchase an individual bag stand. (bag stands are here - http://www.boxingdepot.com/heavy-bag-stand.html).

If you'd like to hang it from your ceiling, you'll need a holder. The bag itself comes with chains that run from the bag to the ceiling. However, you'll need a holder like this to secure to the ceiling - bx-ac-36.

Just make sure you're ceiling beam can handle the weight!
by: TMArtist     
2/22/2012 11:52:53 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


i am 16 yrs old 170lbs and im looking for a punching bag hand weights and leg weights..i want to start this training a little before the summer hits..can you tell me what would be best   
by: jayrok
1/3/2012 10:55:45 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
For your age and body weight, I think a 70 or 80lb bag would you suit you fine. That being the case, this set should do well.

As for hand and leg weights, I'll point you to Karate Depot's wearable weights section - http://www.karatedepot.com/wearable-weights.html.

If you need free weights for lifting, you might have to go to a nearby sports store for that one!
by: TMArtist     
1/5/2012 9:17:45 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


I am wanting to buy this heavy bag set. But what size gloves come with this kit ?  
by: maddy14
1/3/2012 2:34:18 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
These gloves are a one size fits all style (if you have smaller hands you can use handwraps to fill the space).

Most adults of average hand size find these gloves comfortable.
by: TMArtist     
1/5/2012 9:22:10 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
?????????

I am 13 almost 14 weight is 229 I am a center on my football team I am a beginner but love to hit is this the right bag for me ????
  
by: bigdog
12/27/2011 5:03:32 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Yea I think this would be a great choice for you. The gloves are good quality and will protect your hands. If you do buy a heavy bag, try going on google and youtube and search for workout methods where you actually take the bag off the hook and use it to build core strength and burst power.

I think it will help with your football training too!
by: TMArtist     
12/29/2011 10:57:22 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)


my boyfriend is 23 and has been making statements that he needs to get a punching bag. so i want to suprise him with one and i want to know if this is the perfect one?  
by: hurdlergirl
12/20/2011 7:04:56 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
I can't say for certain hurdlegirl because I don't know his weight/hieght/experience level, but I can tell you that this kit is a very good catch all.

80lbs provides solid resistance while still swinging around and keeping the puncher's wrists/hands relatively safe. The gloves and handwraps included are of good quality.

I'd say this is a good way to go.
by: TMArtist     
12/21/2011 10:35:54 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
glove weight

your item description doesn't mention the weight of the gloves? And does it include chain and hanging bracket?  
by: srpuncher
12/12/2011 5:19:40 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Those gloves are 14oz. The bag comes with a chain but not a hanging bracket.
by: TMArtist     
12/14/2011 11:07:06 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
shipping weight

These bags are so heavy the shipping cost must be a fortune. Or do we buy filler and fill it ourselves at home?  
by: srpuncher
12/12/2011 4:31:52 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hey Srpuncher. The good news is that we absorb the cost of the shipping. Right now we are running a totally free shipping special, so if you can afford to I recommend ordering now.

Our normal offer is around $5 shipping for all items.

This bag comes filled.
by: TMArtist     
12/14/2011 10:39:56 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
is this good for me

hi im 6'1 200lbs is this a good bag for me  
by: demetri
11/24/2011 5:57:04 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
If you have boxing experience this bag would be a little light. If your a beginner it would be fine.
by: TMArtist     
11/28/2011 11:48:50 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
16 year old 60 ks is that right bag

hii i m 16 years old and my weight is 60 and is that right bag for me i am beginner  
by: san
11/22/2011 6:20:52 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Yes this bag would be just fine for you!
by: TMArtist     
11/23/2011 12:58:30 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Appropriate Bag Weight

I'm 6'2" and weigh 230 pounds, whats an appropriate bag weight for me? I like a heavier bag so I can blast it, but I don't want it to be too excessive.  
by: Kainafar
11/19/2011 9:48:32 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
I recommend the 80 or 100 pound bag here - bx-hv-162. You can blast the 100 no problem, but it will have less swing.
by: TMArtist     
11/23/2011 1:00:32 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Bag as gift

I would like to buy a bag for my boyfriend. He has years of experience using punching bags so I want to be sure to get him a good one but as a surprise. He is 5'11", 175 lbs. Would like to be able to hang it form the garage joists or us a bag stand. What do you recommend?  
by: Evelyn
11/8/2011 3:15:01 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hey Evelyn. For your boyfriend's dimensions I would recommend a 70 or 80lb bag. Keeping his experience in mind, he would probably get this bag swinging pretty good, so consider if you have space for that. If you don't, you can get a heavier bag (80-90lb) and reduce the swinging.

This bag would be able to hang from a stand right away as it comes with the chain assembly, but to hang it from the garage ceiling you'll need a mount in place. It sounds like you have one already, but just make sure. Ceiling mounts tend to look like this: http://www.boxingdepot.com/punchingbag-wall-mounts.html.
by: TMArtist     
11/9/2011 11:23:49 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Right bag for me?

I'm 14 years old and i weigh 112 lb is this the right bag for me?  
by: Mujahid
11/7/2011 8:13:16 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
This bag would be tough for you for awhile. You'd probably hit it and not have it swing too much. That being said, as you get older it will be more and more appropriate for you. We do have a bag that is a bit lighter over here: bx-hv-162.
by: TMArtist     
11/9/2011 11:26:20 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
help!

im a 260 lb. female at 5 foot 7 inches. what is the best bag for me to begin with? im tired of being the girl with just the pretty face..i need the sexy TONED body to match! i have a lot of anger to take out so i think this would be great.   
by: kk
11/7/2011 2:53:33 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Hi kk. I agree, I think this bag would be a great addition to your workout routine.

The toughest thing about starting a heavy bag routine is sticking with it, because even with the gloves on, your hands and wrists might get sore for awhile.

If you can establish a training routine of 15-20 mins on the bag, 2 times a week, and stay at it for 2-3 months, you'll find it easier and easier to make it a sustainable part of your life.
by: TMArtist     
11/9/2011 11:30:29 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Kit Origin

Is the kit made in USA? If not, what country? I want to import the bag in Canada.  
by: upnorth76
11/4/2011 4:32:43 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
I can tell you that the kit is shipped from the USA. As for the original make - I'll have to check with Everlast. Let me know if that is still info you require!
by: TMArtist     
11/7/2011 12:30:16 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
I live near the border so the kit will ship inside the US and will pass it through customs myself. In addition to taxes, there is a fee if the material is manufactured outside Canada/USA/Mexico.

What is written on the kit? Made in _____

Maybe someone who bought the kit can answer this?

Thank you.
by: upnorth76
11/7/2011 1:20:23 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Good choice?

I'm 18 years old, 6'4" 170 pounds, is this a good choice? Or should i look for something heavier?  
by: Luke
11/3/2011 12:15:48 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
This would be an ok choice for you as you begin your training. If you keep up with it though and improve your skill and impact transmission, this bag may end up being a touch too light for you.
by: TMArtist     
11/4/2011 10:38:00 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Is this right for me?

Hi, I'm female, 24 yrs, beginner, 5'8", and 145 lbs. Would this be suitable for me? Thanks!  
by: iheartsnwbording
10/31/2011 2:26:18 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Yes this would be a very nice set for you. Protective gloves and a reasonable bag weight for your build.
by: TMArtist     
11/2/2011 11:35:11 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
correct bag

Would this bag be good for those interested in punching and kicking it? I am looking for a low price on for both.  
by: Cboohoo
10/28/2011 3:44:18 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Yes this bag can handle both punching and kicking. You'll be all set, just don't forget a mount so that you can hang it on your ceiling - bx-ac-36.
by: TMArtist     
10/31/2011 10:48:08 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Could this be right for me?

I'm a 16 year old girl, 5'2, and 107 pounds. I would really like to do boxing to control my anger. I don't have much muscle mass, but i would like a punching bad that i can use for years regardless if i get more muscle. I'd really like a kit. Gloves, bag, and stand included. I also don't have a very wide price range, that's why i took an interest in this particular offer. Should i purchase this?  
by: ThatTinyGirl
10/25/2011 2:45:27 AM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
This would be a great kit for you. The gloves are very protective for beginners and there is enough bag weight to accommodate you if you increase your skill level.

The only thing missing here is a stand. you'll either have to get a mount to attach the bag to your ceiling (like this: bx-ac-36), or a freestanding stand (like this: bx-hv-841).
by: TMArtist     
10/26/2011 7:09:06 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
how the shipping done?

Hi.. Just want to check, do they ship outside of usa.. ?if purchase done...  
by: adi
10/23/2011 1:52:24 PM
Was this helpful? (0) (0)
Yes we do, although some of the heavier items are limited due to shipping weight restrictions.
by: TMArtist     
10/24/2011 10:51:09 AM