View Full Version : Recommend Me Some Training Gloves


Shabba Rank$
07-12-2010, 06:11 AM
I'm thinking of getting these Grant Campeon Lace-Ups.

http://www.ringside.com/Grant-Campeoacuten-Lace-Up-Training-Gloves/productinfo/GNTTG/

Any other training gloves you guys recommend?

I was thinking of getting these Titles.

http://store.titleboxing.com/platinum-lace-up-training-gloves.html

But I hear Title's products are ****...

And I really like the wrist support of lace ups, so no hook n loops.

GymRat
07-12-2010, 06:46 AM
Stay away from anything Grant that's not their "Professional" model. Their Campeon line sucks big time, it's nothing like their Professional stuff.

If you're not afraid of shelling out $100, Ringside's IMF line is probably the best you can get: http://www.ringside.com/Ringside-IMF-Tech8482-Training-Gloves-Lace-Cuff/productinfo/MFTG/

I love them. Best standard-market training glove I've tried and they are very, very comfortable.

If you can't get those, I would go for these (but they're not as good as the IMF tech ones): http://www.ringside.com/Ringside-Safety-Training-Gloves-Lace-Cuff/productinfo/RP/

The only brands I really stand behind are Cleto Reyes, Ringside, and Grant (only Grant's Professional series of gloves though). I hate Everlast, Title, Lonsdale, and almost all other major brands.

I've got to run for the night though, but good luck on whatever brand or model you decide to buy.

FM3O
07-12-2010, 07:55 AM
I've owned a couple pairs of the Fighting Sports tritech gloves and I love them. I personally think there the best gloves for training for $100 or less. I use them for everything except sparring.

paloalto00
07-12-2010, 05:40 PM
Triumph United Japanese Heatseekers are very good

Skuzzles
07-12-2010, 08:37 PM
Triumph United Japanese Heatseekers are very good

How do they fit your hand? I thought I saw a review where the guy said they were made for smaller hands? or better for smaller hands?

to the OP, stay away from the Campeon Line.

paloalto00
07-12-2010, 10:21 PM
Yup they have a small compartment, so you will probably need small hands. I have small hands so they work perfectly for me, but they offer excellent protection

boxingsmash69
07-12-2010, 11:26 PM
Definitely go with the Ringside IMF Tech training gloves.

I have the 16oz, great on bags/mitts/sparring.

They are $100 at www.ringside.com

try www.ebay.com to find cheaper ones.

as a matter of fact, someone on ebay is selling brand new IMF tech 16oz, one day left:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Ringside-IMF-Tech-Gloves-16oz-REYES-WINNING-EVERLAST-/200493564811?cmd=ViewItem&pt=Boxing_Gloves&hash=item2eae59038b

Shabba Rank$
07-13-2010, 02:01 AM
Definitely go with the Ringside IMF Tech training gloves.

I have the 16oz, great on bags/mitts/sparring.

They are $100 at www.ringside.com

try www.ebay.com to find cheaper ones.

as a matter of fact, someone on ebay is selling brand new IMF tech 16oz, one day left:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Ringside-IMF-Tech-Gloves-16oz-REYES-WINNING-EVERLAST-/200493564811?cmd=ViewItem&pt=Boxing_Gloves&hash=item2eae59038b

Hey thanks man.

I already put in my bid :D

Bullrush
07-13-2010, 04:30 AM
I can vouch for the IMF Tech. Great gloves.

fry91
07-13-2010, 05:15 AM
from what i've heard from my trainers at my muay thai/ boxing gym that i go to, i heard rivals r a very good brand. i heard IMF tech gloves were also very good. triumph united japanese heatseekers are legit too