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Fantastic

Ventilated Bag Glove



These are great gloves. In fact if I have any complaint at all it's that they're more glove than I needed. Built beautifully, no seems rub anywhere even when I put them on bare-handed. These definitely don't let me down.

Coming to contact sports from Tae Kwon Do, this is too much control and protection for me, so I'm looking for an open hand/finger glove. But these are very, very nice. Comparing these to what I've tried on from other makers at the sporting goods stores leaves the competition in the dust.

I ordered these mail order without ever trying on a pair, but I don't regret it. Definitely live up to expectations.  
7/27/2011 10:43:56 AM
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quick wraps

Quick Hand Wrap



Fit snugly, but comfortably on man's hands that require XL. Lot's of stretch, I wouldn't worry about size either way.

Meant to be layered under something else, like bag gloves. Using them as bag gloves themselves instead of grappling/bag gloves will probably break them down in short order, but that's not what they're meant for.

Quick, convenient and offer shock protection.  
7/27/2011 10:40:01 AM
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Just like I remember them.

Olympic Style Beaded Jump Rope



Got this because it looked like the jump ropes I remember from elementary school in the 70's. And it is. Someone else commented they thought the ropes were heavier when they were a kid, but didn't everything seem bigger/heavier when you were 8? I'm pretty sure this is spot on. If not it's close enough. I'm 6'2" and the 8 foot is a little short. That one is going to the kids and I'll order a longer one.  
7/27/2011 10:36:22 AM
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Nice first bag.

Canvas Heavy Bag



I've been in Tae Kwon Do for about 6 months now. I began at age 40. I'm a runner just completing my first half-marathon this year in 1:47 and change. So I'm new to martial arts and contact sports, but fit and used to work.

This is my first home bag. I've used a few different models in martial arts classes and the regular gym. Sure, I'd have loved to get a leather bag. This bag IS cloth. Work on it bare-handed and you won't have much skin left in short order. With gloves on though, this is a terrific bag for someone working it two or three times a week at home. The bag doesn't have a specific layer of padding around the outside like the leather bags from Ringside, but is still comfortable. Does NOT feel like a sand bag at all. Spend the extra money if you want the leather bag, those are really nice. But for occasional use this is perfect. Plus the leather bags require care if you're going to hang them in a hot/cold garage all year.

Mounting chains and swivel are fine mounting hardware. I just doubled up a couple of two by fours and secured those to ceiling joists in my garage and used a length of chain from home depot with a couple of d-rings to hang it up. Working the bag on this setup is quiet enough that I skipped using a spring to hang the bag.

Bottom line: This bag is priced like an average bag from the mass market makers, but it feels much better.  
7/27/2011 10:31:12 AM
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