|08-30-2009, 02:20 PM||#1|
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Sorry guys that I have to keep asking all these questions but seriously they have a nice sale on ringside and I'm trying to get everything that I need and the best for the lowest price. So whats the best bag glove for a beginner? Plus I need another sparring glove thats cheap so my bro can spar me. Are top contender gloves good heres the list of what I want to buy http://www.ringside.com/basket.asp
The gloves i picked out are at the bottom.
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|08-30-2009, 06:18 PM||#3|
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The only cheap gloves I've ever tried were the Everlast's ones you could buy at a store, I was like 11 years old.
But, since then, I've only f**ked around with gloves that started at $80 and have gone as high as $265, before Winning raised their prices.
The gloves that you have in mind, I've never tried them.
However, since you're looking for something cheap, well, my suggestion is get the TUF-Wear brand, they have been around for a long time and I've tried their training gloves(hook & loop) I would say, for the quality and price, you'll get the most bang for your back w/o breaking your piggy bank!
The Tuf-Wear training gloves are actually on sale right now if you go to TITLE'S website, they're sellin' it for 59.99. That's a decent price for a solid glove.
Now, I know you're specifically lookin' for a bag glove, but, I'm tellin' ya, from experience, the TUF-WEAR training gloves are solid!
Tuf-Wear also has a bag glove, but I've never tried them.
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