View Full Version : Whats the bext sparring glove thats not winning or reyes?


xxMidgetxx
09-09-2009, 05:54 PM
Ordered my ringside bag gloves looking for training gloves.

HitmanHaynes7
09-09-2009, 06:53 PM
ive been boxing for 5 years and ive always went with everlast pro training gloves,there good gloves plus at a good price, but it depends on ur price range? ive always liked to try the grants training gloves but there quite expensive.

xxMidgetxx
09-09-2009, 06:59 PM
Price range be about 80 dollars

TheNegation
09-09-2009, 07:44 PM
As far as boxing, for your price range, probably Everlast. All the good brands like Reyes, Grant and Winning are expensive.

I use Fairtex and Twins those are in your price range, but may not be right for boxing training....

xxMidgetxx
09-09-2009, 07:53 PM
I heard everlast sucks tho? Also I heard ring imf techs are perfect.

xxMidgetxx
09-09-2009, 07:58 PM
http://www.everlast.com/Pro-Leather-Training-Gloves-Hook_Loop/productinfo/EVTGV/ u guys mean that?

TheNegation
09-09-2009, 08:04 PM
Here are some Rival's
http://www.rivalboxing.com/e/rs3v-e.html

Everlast but tad more
http://www.combatsports.com/prodinfo.asp?number=EVPXSGL%202

them_apples
09-10-2009, 01:42 AM
I heard everlast sucks tho? Also I heard ring imf techs are perfect.

everlast pro are solid..solid gloves, they will last you forever.

We want Floyd
09-10-2009, 01:54 AM
Ordered my ringside bag gloves looking for training gloves.I'd go with the Ringside Pro gloves 12oz. They're only 64.99. I used to have one and it lasted me forever, I used it for everything. And the one thing that surprised me, is that the 120z are well-padded!

I've tried the IMF's, but, I don't know man. I just wasn't feelin' 'em, they look bulky from the outside, yet felt tight on the inside and I have small hands.

fdotorres
09-10-2009, 05:14 AM
get the everlast protex2 leather gloves. they're at $85 with fee shipping and they're great

taj-09
09-10-2009, 06:54 AM
twins gloves are good. There a nice tight fit on your hand. They dont slip when you jab. Everlast are ****e gloves, dont get them.

Pork Chop
09-10-2009, 02:44 PM
may want to try kofightgear or american stand up.
the guys on sherdog equipment forum jizz over ko fightgear anytime there's a glove discussion.
i just picked up a pair of american stand up sparring gloves and they're a good Grant knock off, though they're hard as bricks brand new (you may like that).

xxMidgetxx
09-10-2009, 04:49 PM
Yea but their mma gloves... Well I was really hoping for rival and they look sexy to plus their addias were on sale 35 bucks but no sizes and plus shipping is F'ING 40 DOLLARS! So guys I'ma have to go with ringside cuz seriously its cheaper and i hear everlast sucks alot. Then again I'm not needing a sparring glove right now I'll wait till theres a sale.

We want Floyd
09-10-2009, 05:01 PM
Hey man, here's another glove that have gotten good feedback. Lonsdale's elite molded foam sparring glove, they're $99.99 @ Ringside.

I know they're a lil over your budget, but they've gotten good reviews from folks at the gym. I've never tried them myself, but, people love 'em.

xxMidgetxx
09-10-2009, 05:02 PM
Are there grant campeon gloves better then everlast pro sparring gloves or ringside imfs? Both all 90 dollars http://www.ringside.com/prodinfo.asp?number=GNTTGE
I know theres an everlast sale but I'm not getting sparring gloves yet.

xxMidgetxx
09-10-2009, 05:08 PM
Hey man, here's another glove that have gotten good feedback. Lonsdale's elite molded foam sparring glove, they're $99.99 @ Ringside.

I know they're a lil over your budget, but they've gotten good reviews from folks at the gym. I've never tried them myself, but, people love 'em.

What whould you prefer?
Also those are 100$ and is the other sparring glove good?
http://www.ringside.com/prodinfo.asp?number=LRPE
http://www.ringside.com/prodinfo.asp?number=RP%20E
http://www.ringside.com/prodinfo.asp?number=EVTGV
http://www.ringside.com/prodinfo.asp?number=GNTTGE

I would have easily chosen the rival ones because no1 has ever said anything bad bout them plus look rele nice but shipping was a problem. Thanks for narrowing it down tho guys.

Pork Chop
09-10-2009, 05:12 PM
Yea but their mma gloves...

mma brand maybe but these are really very similar to grants (fit, not padding or leather)

http://www.americanstandup.com/Elite-Gloves/elite%20gloves.jpg
http://www.americanstandup.com/Elite-Gloves/elite%20gloves%202.jpg


and these are the ones that everyone jizzes over on sherdog.
yes you can use these for boxing.

http://www.kofightgear.com/images/KO-Boxing-Glove.jpg

xxMidgetxx
09-10-2009, 05:17 PM
twins gloves are good. There a nice tight fit on your hand. They dont slip when you jab. Everlast are ****e gloves, dont get them.

http://store.titleboxing.com/twins-thai-training-gloves-elastic.html these?

MikeT86
09-10-2009, 05:30 PM
mma brand maybe but these are really very similar to grants (fit, not padding or leather)

http://www.americanstandup.com/Elite-Gloves/elite%20gloves.jpg
http://www.americanstandup.com/Elite-Gloves/elite%20gloves%202.jpg


and these are the ones that everyone jizzes over on sherdog.
yes you can use these for boxing.

http://www.kofightgear.com/images/KO-Boxing-Glove.jpg

Those KOs look like the crap ones I bought at my gym for just bag work.

xxMidgetxx
09-10-2009, 05:32 PM
Those KOs look like the crap ones I bought at my gym for just bag work. Lol they do look like crap.

MikeT86
09-10-2009, 05:42 PM
If they're the ones at my gym ($30 I had no illusions) they fit like crap have 0 wrist supportand the lining inside is ****.

I will say the padding is pretty durable, I'm a hard puncher and have put a TON of rounds on 150lb muay Thai bags, the lining inside is ripping though and the gloves manage to be loose on my big hands.

We want Floyd
09-10-2009, 06:19 PM
What whould you prefer?
Also those are 100$ and is the other sparring glove good?
http://www.ringside.com/prodinfo.asp?number=LRPE
http://www.ringside.com/prodinfo.asp?number=RP%20E
http://www.ringside.com/prodinfo.asp?number=EVTGV
http://www.ringside.com/prodinfo.asp?number=GNTTGE

I would have easily chosen the rival ones because no1 has ever said anything bad bout them plus look rele nice but shipping was a problem. Thanks for narrowing it down tho guys.I've never tried any of those gloves. But, Ringside generally has a good reputation with their products.

Lonsdale has been around for a long time as well. So, If I were you, I'd narrow it down between the Ringside and Lonsdale.

xxMidgetxx
09-10-2009, 08:00 PM
Alright guys thanks.

Phenomkidd
09-10-2009, 09:50 PM
I heard everlast sucks tho? Also I heard ring imf techs are perfect.

Everlast's low end gear, the 29.99 ones at dept. stores suck and which is why people say Everlast sucks.

Also KO Fightgear may not be a stand-out to the eye but I've heard many times that they perform well, take note that they are Thai Gloves.

Also just because a brand is known for one thing doesn't mean that's all their good at. ESPECIALLY for MMA, MMA fighters train in boxing/thai boxing gloves. You don't train hard with MMA gloves, you just don't, unless you're looking to get hurt. When you use MMA gloves its VERY light to the head, variable to the body, or you throw a bit harder but do not aim to hit and miss on purpose to kinda go through the motions. Training for real with mma gloves would be retarded. Look at Triumph United I have their Japanese Heat Seeker boxing gloves, they're pretty nice I gotta say. They're known for MMA but they support the boxing community (they like David Haye a lot), kickboxing, and MMA.

Pork Chop
09-11-2009, 12:50 PM
Lol they do look like crap.

Yah, i only recommended them because the sherdog idiots always jizz over them any time there's a glove discussion. Don't sleep on the first pair of American Stand Ups, they're a very faithful Grant knockoff - the only bad part about 'em is the leather which is that PU stuff you see on lower end Titles. If you go on ebay, every week they put up a new pair for auction, got mine for $35 instead of the $83 they go for brand new. I like these gloves a lot, near identical to my new Grants.

fraidycat
09-12-2009, 01:37 PM
I use Title Gel bag gloves and Ringside IMF Tech sparring gloves. The IMF's are pretty good, they give a good thump and the hand protection is excellent. They're also smaller, it seems, than other gloves their size. (I'm in the Master Division, and we have to use 16's, so size becomes a factor.) Get hook-and-loop gloves, whatever you get.

Something I noticed with the IMF's, though, is that there seems to be a thin spot in the padding right at the top of the cuff, where the cuff meets the glove. I've found bruises on my wrists more than a few times, always in the same area, and I think it's from elbow blocks on uppercuts and body shots.

I'm slowly switching over to all Rival gear. My next purchase will be Rival hi-top boots, and then probably gloves once my IMF's start to wear out. I have their headgear and I can't say enough good about it, and I've used their gloves and I love them.

xxMidgetxx
09-12-2009, 03:01 PM
Rival>imfs?

Phenomkidd
09-12-2009, 03:05 PM
Not IMO, at least for the bag gloves, might be different for sparring/training. I have the high end Rival Elite bag gloves and the IMF techs, the Elite don't have as much padding/protection than the IMFs a counter-argument is that it gives you better feel for the bag as you punch, etc.