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10/6/12 2:41 AM
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JasonGV
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Hey Guys

Im looking for a good pair of gloves I can use for bag work and hitting the mitts. I have a cheap pair now and their getting a little old and beat up.

Im looking for something that's light and comfortable. My hands and wrists tend to hurt after training, even with wraps so something with good padding and support will be great.

Also willing to pay for quality so price isn't too much of a concern if you think they will be durable and worth the cost.

Thanks for any help
10/6/12 8:36 PM
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JasonGV
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Thanks, those are two brands I've never even heard of. Will check out some review.
10/7/12 10:34 PM
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Which brand/model last the longest?
10/7/12 10:50 PM
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JasonGV
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From what I've read Winnings seem to be the most durable. They seem to be the standard though they are pricey.
10/8/12 5:21 PM
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Twins are always a good choice. They're good quality & aren't as expensive as Winnings
10/8/12 9:32 PM
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JasonGV
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Thanks, I'll have a look at those too.
10/9/12 9:37 PM
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^ceteris paribus




Which one wins?
10/10/12 6:03 PM
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NickJits
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Century 16oz sparring gloves with a gel pack fill. They are great. 40$ best gloves I've ever owned. Century Mma website. They come in black and red and red and black. Phone Post
10/15/12 11:37 AM
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I'm looking to get a new pair of gloves for my b-day!

I'm doing Muay Thai so it's mostly sparring and some mitts and some bag work. I'm looking to get a good pair but not going crazy like Winning.

I narrowed it down to Fairtex, Twins and Hayabusa. Can anybody help me choose?
11/21/12 2:18 AM
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I love my 16 oz twins. Very well made and fit the hands good n tight. Just a great glove. Easy to put on and cool logo. Phone Post
11/21/12 10:09 AM
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I ended up buying Hayabusa and they are really awesome gloves! The quality is really something.
12/13/12 10:11 PM
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MrMuayThai83 - Twins are always a good choice. They're good quality & aren't as expensive as Winnings
This. I use 12oz. twins for bag and pads they are great. For sparing of your looking for a good punchers glove go for the Reyes. 16oz. Phone Post
12/16/12 11:04 AM
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KendrickJ
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Fighting sports gloves are great. Just got a pair and my hands love me now for using them. Phone Post
12/16/12 2:32 PM
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Anyone ever try G&S bag gloves?
12/17/12 4:37 PM
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buddie
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I would vote for Twins for sparring/training
12/17/12 7:49 PM
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Title 16oz training gloves Phone Post
12/17/12 8:12 PM
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I have had nothing but good experience with Title products.
12/17/12 9:05 PM
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Me too, a bit cheaper than ringside. Phone Post
12/17/12 10:54 PM
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I have what is now an "ancient" title headgear with cheeks. It isn't as fancy as some of this space helmet bullshit they come up with now, but it is by far the best headgear I have ever owned. I love it and I don't think I'll ever wear anything else.

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