05-27-2010, 01:19 PM
Do elastic cuff gloves seal on the wrist well? Or do they have some time of velcro to? I want to be able to strap these in myself without anyones help...please let me know what your opinnion is on these gloves...can I use them for bags and sparring?
05-27-2010, 04:04 PM
I just got them last week and i ****ing hate them
Teh elastic cuff is the worst. Theres no way you can pull it down by yourself. It defeats the purpose of having hook and loop gloves because you cant do it yourself. I end up using it with the elastic cuff halfway down, but its also not as tight because of it.
The padding is good, it feels like im punching nothing. But they also leave alot of room in the glove. I prefer a more snug fit, and it always feels loose.
I havent broken them in yet, but I have a feeling ill always dislike them. I really want to return them and get something else, but I dont know if theyd re-take them, and I have to pay for shipping. I only settled on these gloves becuase alot of the fighting gloves from title are backordered.
05-27-2010, 07:15 PM
I have these and like them. The elastic part is a bit of a pain, but I just put one glove on and try to wiggle my hand in the other glove. I'd usually have to bite the elastic part and pull it with my teeth to get it up all the way. The glove has a snug fit for me, but then again this is my first pair of gloves so I have nothing to compare it to except old beatup used gloves in the gym.
05-27-2010, 08:50 PM
damn it's hard to choose gloves lol
05-27-2010, 09:02 PM
Mine have a thin piece of velcro that is too long to do up tight, then they have the sleeve over top of them. Since the velcro can't be pulled tight (atleast on me, someone with large forearms would be better) they have no wrist support. The hand compartment is also too big so my hands just swim in them lol. I don't use them anymore, thankfully I ddin't pay anything for them.
05-27-2010, 09:16 PM
I might go with some title gloves
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