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Ultra Protection Bag Gloves



Right out of the zipper case they come in, you can tell they are well made. It takes some practice to strap these gloves down by yourself one glove at a time. The lining is pretty soft and comfortable. I would give these gloves a perfect score, but there are some off stitches here and there and one glove has a little more padding than the other, but it doesn't seem to affect performance.

but lets talk about the real great parts of the glove. Hands down, the best impact absorption I've ever used. I hit the bag with full power and little don't feel anything beyond knowing that I made contact. Squeezing the padding down, it's very hard to penetrate because it's so thick.I only use a pair mexican style handwraps, and that's all I need.

Craftsmanship: 8/10
Comfort: 10/10
Protection 10/10

Overall a great glove, great for your hands and wrists.  
10/12/2012 3:53:16 PM
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The perfect combination of comfort and protection

Deluxe MiM-Foam Sparring Gloves (with Safety Strap)



I have these gloves in 18 oz size. Used for bag work. The leather on these gloves feels great, it's super soft. The foam IMF tech foam so its a little on the heavier size. The best part of these gloves is the double safety strap. The smaller strap feels good but the big strap going over it really seals the deal as far as wrist support. The inside is pretty comfortable and these gloves stay fairly dry. I don't find the need for tape with these gloves. I used regular mexican handwraps and I'm good to go.

Overall, these gloves are great and after some getting used to you can put them on yourself with eas.  
10/7/2012 9:47:39 PM
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Ringside Safety training gloves
Safety Training Gloves



I'm not a beginner and usually use regular training gloves on the bag. Usually because "bag gloves" give poor wrist support and usually run rather small. Would these gloves be good to use on the bag?  
11/20/2010 9:34:11 PM
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