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duelce 12-01-2008 11:27 AM

best training gloves
 
i'm looking at the title boxing gel training gloves.

what do you guys think i should get for training gloves

NsBLife 12-01-2008 12:13 PM

Ringside IMF's

Captainobvious 12-01-2008 07:55 PM

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Originally Posted by NsBLife (Post 191582)
Ringside IMF's

Completely agree. Awesome gloves! :thumbsup:

duelce 12-01-2008 10:05 PM

awesome i'll get those.

BoxingJackal 12-02-2008 12:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Captainobvious (Post 191747)
Completely agree. Awesome gloves! :thumbsup:

Are the Imf's a more protective glove?... Cuz that's what I'm lookin for... Safety for my hands.

-Thx, Peace

NsBLife 12-02-2008 12:57 AM

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Originally Posted by BoxingJackal (Post 191835)
Are the Imf's a more protective glove?... Cuz that's what I'm lookin for... Safety for my hands.

-Thx, Peace

They have a nice tight, firm hand pocket and great wrist support imo, but their not pillow gloves by any means...

BoxingJackal 12-02-2008 03:26 AM

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Originally Posted by NsBLife (Post 191840)
They have a nice tight, firm hand pocket and great wrist support imo, but their not pillow gloves by any means...

Much thanks... I got a messed up hand and I'll be able to use it again soon, so I've been lookn for some safe gloves to work with. Prolly get the title gel bag gloves.

-Thanks again.

duelce 12-02-2008 02:12 PM

forget the bag gloves, just buy training gloves.

i wear a 108" handwraps on top of my knuckles + 180" wrap mostly for my wrist + bag gloves...i still have to hold back so i don't hurt myself.

nsblife, is their 16 oz enormous? i don't want it to be too bulky.

Captainobvious 12-02-2008 03:38 PM

I had their 18oz and they were ULTRA protective. No they werent very bulky. Yes, noticeably larger than say, a 12 ounce glove, but not puffy and blown up. They are extremely well put together and they are both comfotable and supportive. If you have hand problems, step up to the next weight size. IE- if you normally use 14oz gloves, go with 16oz instead, and so on...

NsBLife 12-02-2008 05:44 PM

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Originally Posted by Captainobvious (Post 192007)
I had their 18oz and they were ULTRA protective. No they werent very bulky. Yes, noticeably larger than say, a 12 ounce glove, but not puffy and blown up. They are extremely well put together and they are both comfotable and supportive. If you have hand problems, step up to the next weight size. IE- if you normally use 14oz gloves, go with 16oz instead, and so on...

:thumbsup:


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