View Full Version : ringside gloves, uk


josh-hill
11-02-2010, 03:43 PM
hi guys. dose anyone know where i can get ringsied imf gloves in the uk? preferably those ones with the colour leakage that where cheap. i had a look on the website and they where $40 but the shipping was $80. where can i get them cheap in the uk and wich are the best ones to get? thanks

josh-hill
11-02-2010, 07:09 PM
is there any difference between ringside imf tech training gloves and ringside sparing gloves? are the sparing gloves any good? and also whats the difference between velcro and laced gloves? i have only ever used vecro but i find them comfortable and fast. is velcro better?

billy boy balbo
11-02-2010, 07:18 PM
http://www.boxfituk.com/boxing-gloves-bag-mitts/everlast-protex3-leather-training-glove/prod_1421.html ..check this site out son,link i was on earlier,ul have to see if they do the gloves,if not check sugar rays.iv got lace and velcro gloves and i have to say i prefer lace ups but if your just in the gym for a quick session stik to velcro

boxingsmash69
11-02-2010, 07:22 PM
I get mine from ebay, great deal:


http://shop.ebay.com/?_from=R40&_trksid=p3984.m570.l1313&_nkw=ringside+imf&_sacat=See-All-Categories

Training gloves are sparring and/or bag gloves.


It's just not recommended to use the same pair for both activities, as the heavybag wears down the padding faster.

josh-hill
11-02-2010, 08:24 PM
well the problem with that ebay seller is its in the US and im in the UK. so its at least $25 wich im reluctant to spend. but i will have a look for an english seller and i huess it aint that much

boxingsmash69
11-02-2010, 09:49 PM
well the problem with that ebay seller is its in the US and im in the UK. so its at least $25 wich im reluctant to spend. but i will have a look for an english seller and i huess it aint that much

Even if shipping to UK is around $25, you should subtract like $15 off your maximum bid on those gloves, that way you're not bidding more than you intent.

That way it's like you're paying $10 for shipping, which is pretty normal.

So lets say you only want to pay $50 total. Make your max bid $25. Good luck though, they usually sell for $50+.

josh-hill
11-03-2010, 03:31 PM
ok guys ive been having a look and i dont think i can afford them tbh. ive just started so i dotn want to invest too much as i dont know if i will keep it up.

http://www.boxfituk.com/boxing-gloves-bag-mitts/ringside-gold-pro-velcro-spar-glove/prod_1564.html

how would gloves like this be? also how good are synthetic gloves? ive seen these

http://www.boxfituk.com/boxing-gloves-bag-mitts/sparring/training-boxing-gloves/everlast-protex3-training-gloves-synthetic/prod_1436.html

what kind of things should i look for? thanks

josh-hill
11-05-2010, 05:10 AM
Anyone got any suggestions ? I just need some cheap half decent gloves to practice in.