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I3C727
02-09-2009, 01:38 PM
Here is all of my gear, reviews to follow when i have time. I know stuff like this helps people make final decisions so i decided to contribute. If you have any questions or requests for more pics (different angles etc.) post here and i can answer them.

Cleto Reyes (RR) Training Gloves 16oz.
Title Gel World Training Gloves 16oz.
Winning FG 2900 Headgear L
Gladiator Pro Mouthpeice
Everlast Lo-Top Shoes


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I3C727
02-09-2009, 01:39 PM
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James78
02-09-2009, 02:09 PM
how are the gel gloves? I'm thinking of gettin some. nice gear by the way.

JoHnNyBoXeR
02-09-2009, 02:17 PM
http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a150/BC727/wining1.jpg
http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a150/BC727/wining3.jpg
http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a150/BC727/Wining2.jpg


the head gear looks real good .. real protective for sparring

Hagler★
02-09-2009, 02:43 PM
all i got is hand wraps a gum shield and boots lol, i think its time to step up

I3C727
02-09-2009, 04:15 PM
how are the gel gloves? I'm thinking of gettin some. nice gear by the way.

Thanks, yea i really like the gel gloves, i was suprised at how comfortable they were when i first got them. they have that already broken in feel and the thumb sits perfect. The shock absorbency is good too. I would go with the ringside IMF tech gloves, i havent used them but i keep hearing that they are better then the gels. The ringsides are like 20 to 30 dollars more though.


the head gear looks real good .. real protective for sparring

Yea i will let you know how it holds up after this week but it does offer alot of protection. Pretty much your whole face is covered.

all i got is hand wraps a gum shield and boots lol, i think its time to step up

It is nice if you have the money.

Landon S
02-09-2009, 04:42 PM
That headgear is nice, I should order some like that. The ones we have at our gym like to move, spin, fall over our eyes, etc. Theyre pretty crappy. Yours look like it would stay still.

I3C727
02-09-2009, 11:23 PM
That headgear is nice, I should order some like that. The ones we have at our gym like to move, spin, fall over our eyes, etc. Theyre pretty crappy. Yours look like it would stay still.

yea man they are worth every penny. they are so lightweight and dont move at all. they feel like a peice of you.

rmz
02-10-2009, 12:54 AM
The headgear looks pretty simple. I've heard a lot of great things about the Winning headgear but I've never seen actual pictures of it, just illustrations. What's the visibility like? Do you feel the cheek protectors cause blind spots?

I3C727
02-10-2009, 10:49 PM
The headgear looks pretty simple. I've heard a lot of great things about the Winning headgear but I've never seen actual pictures of it, just illustrations. What's the visibility like? Do you feel the cheek protectors cause blind spots?

Not at all man, they offer so much protection with such minimal sight limitation. Most amazing peice of gear i have ever used. 10/10 on protection, visibility and even price.

We want Floyd
02-11-2009, 11:21 PM
Here is all of my gear, reviews to follow when i have time. I know stuff like this helps people make final decisions so i decided to contribute. If you have any questions or requests for more pics (different angles etc.) post here and i can answer them.

Cleto Reyes (RR) Training Gloves 16oz.

Title Gel World Training Gloves 16oz.
Winning FG 2900 Headgear L
Gladiator Pro Mouthpeice
Everlast Lo-Top Shoes
Which gloves do you use for the heavybag?

I just got my Grants training gloves, I don't know man, I mean, I have nothin' bad to say about 'em. But, having used Cleto's in the past and now Grant. I think Ringside's higher end gloves hang with some of the top brand names. I haven't tried Winning gloves yet, but the Ringside IMF's definitely hang w/ the Cleto's and Grants, IMO.

I use to have these Ringside gloves made of cowhide leather, but they don't sell 'em anymore, way better than Cleto's or Grants.

I3C727
02-12-2009, 12:15 AM
i use the gels on the bag. Winning is truly the best glove ever made, they are alot better then the grant pro training and the reyes. Alot of pple use the grants at my gym but i decided on the cletos since they were cheaper and i love them (for sparring only)

We want Floyd
02-13-2009, 12:34 AM
i use the gels on the bag. Winning is truly the best glove ever made, they are alot better then the grant pro training and the reyes. Alot of pple use the grants at my gym but i decided on the cletos since they were cheaper and i love them (for sparring only)You mentioned that you've used Winning gloves before or are currently using them as well?

Anyway, I went to their website, but it doesn't specify if their lace-ups are their training gloves and or if their velcro version is their bag gloves? Or is the difference just the fact that one is a lace up and the other velcro?

Are Winnings good for heavybag workouts? Or am I better off buying another brand for intense heavybag work?

I hear all the rave about Winning gloves, but how is their durability?

boxingsmash69
02-13-2009, 03:05 AM
You mentioned that you've used Winning gloves before or are currently using them as well?

Anyway, I went to their website, but it doesn't specify if their lace-ups are their training gloves and or if their velcro version is their bag gloves? Or is the difference just the fact that one is a lace up and the other velcro?

Are Winnings good for heavybag workouts? Or am I better off buying another brand for intense heavybag work?

I hear all the rave about Winning gloves, but how is their durability?

I don't think Winning actually specifies their main gloves as "training, pro fight". I think it just depends on the amount of ounces of the glove, to consider it a training glove, or pro fight glove.

8oz-10oz obviously for pro fights (or training if one prefers)

12oz and up for training.

I've heard that there is NO difference between the Lace-up and Velcro gloves, besides the way it's attached, obviously

as for durability, i've only used mine for 2 months, and still seems/feels brand new.

supRa
02-13-2009, 04:14 AM
nice equipment u got there... am jelous.. lol were'd u get the winning headgear?? how muhc was it??? i'd still roll with my title head gear and get some winnin gloves :)

twanky1
02-13-2009, 05:45 AM
Lol, all you should need is a mouthguard, the Gym should supply everything else. I hope your not one of these Americans teenagers with all the gear and no idea?

Bendigo
02-13-2009, 11:47 AM
Looks like good gear. Now, you just gotta break it in, bud. :boxing:

boxingsmash69
02-13-2009, 02:15 PM
Lol, all you should need is a mouthguard, the Gym should supply everything else. I hope your not one of these Americans teenagers with all the gear and no idea?

Oh, so every non-American teenager has all the ideas?

I3C727
02-15-2009, 09:27 PM
Lol, all you should need is a mouthguard, the Gym should supply everything else. I hope your not one of these Americans teenagers with all the gear and no idea?

Im Ron Burgandy? Nice grammar there champ.

Sometimes your gym doesnt have gear that you like to use so you can buy your own if you get money like me. Dont be an aussie scrub aussie scrub.

I3C727
02-15-2009, 09:34 PM
nice equipment u got there... am jelous.. lol were'd u get the winning headgear?? how muhc was it??? i'd still roll with my title head gear and get some winnin gloves :)

Winning-usa.com

You mentioned that you've used Winning gloves before or are currently using them as well?

Anyway, I went to their website, but it doesn't specify if their lace-ups are their training gloves and or if their velcro version is their bag gloves? Or is the difference just the fact that one is a lace up and the other velcro?

Are Winnings good for heavybag workouts? Or am I better off buying another brand for intense heavybag work?

I hear all the rave about Winning gloves, but how is their durability?


Yea ive used them, they are the best gloves in the world. You would want the "pro gloves. Those are their main training gloves. In the pictures on the site the "velcro gloves" are shown to have different layers of foam, i know that everyone who is anyone uses the "Pro Gloves".

We want Floyd
02-16-2009, 03:12 AM
Winning-usa.com




Yea ive used them, they are the best gloves in the world. You would want the "pro gloves. Those are their main training gloves. In the pictures on the site the "velcro gloves" are shown to have different layers of foam, i know that everyone who is anyone uses the "Pro Gloves".I guess, what I'm gonna do is make my Grant pro training gloves my sparring gloves and the Winning my heavybag gloves.

twanky1
02-17-2009, 12:32 AM
Im Ron Burgandy? Nice grammar there champ.

Sometimes your gym doesnt have gear that you like to use so you can buy your own if you get money like me. Dont be an aussie scrub aussie scrub.

Rofl, Getting a bit defensive there mate, Hit a nerve did I?

I3C727
03-06-2009, 11:02 PM
Rofl, Getting a bit defensive there mate, Hit a nerve did I?

No nerve touched. But dont come in my thread talking **** when all im doing is contributing to the forum. In other words dont be an *******. I dont know if that word is in your ****ty australian vocabulary.

Cletoreyesindo
03-08-2009, 12:52 PM
love your Reyes bro :)
i have 16 oz Reyes from mexican fight gear and i use for spar,heavybag and mitts
i don't know why people avoid Reyes for heavybag

http://i453.photobucket.com/albums/qq251/kravmagaind/DSC00073.jpg

Spacey1991
03-08-2009, 05:01 PM
How much did all of this gear cost you if you don't mind me asking?

I3C727
03-08-2009, 07:52 PM
love your Reyes bro :)
i have 16 oz Reyes from mexican fight gear and i use for spar,heavybag and mitts
i don't know why people avoid Reyes for heavybag

http://i453.photobucket.com/albums/qq251/kravmagaind/DSC00073.jpg

yea those are clean i like the red. i use mine on the heavybag from time to time but i prefer other gloves for that.

How much did all of this gear cost you if you don't mind me asking?

umm headgear 170
title gloves 70
cleto reyes 120 (present for xmas)
mouthpeice 50
shoes 60 (present for xmas)

so i got pretty hooked up.

keepthemhandsup
03-08-2009, 08:31 PM
rich people lol im to broke to get all that ****

Cletoreyesindo
04-04-2009, 08:44 AM
is it possible if i want buy your cleto reyes glove?
let me know if u want sell it

JoHnNyBoXeR
04-04-2009, 12:32 PM
anyone know where i can find cleto reyes amatuer competition gloves?

I3C727
04-04-2009, 07:46 PM
is it possible if i want buy your cleto reyes glove?
let me know if u want sell it

got rid of them already sorry.