We have three pairs of Green Hill boxing gloves in the gyms that we lend to members who can't afford to buy their own gear. We have a couple of other brands, too. Today, I am going to write a bit about the Green Hill gloves as I saw another thread about them. We purchased three different types of Green Hill gloves about three years ago. I of each: Tiger, Gym and Panther. Two of them we trashed after about 1 years, but the pair with the 14 Oz. model descriptor Tiger is still in use after about three years of daily, commercial usage. It shows tear and wear, but the padding is still functional to about 70% and the leather holds up pretty well. The leather has various abrasions and a view bumps from on the striking area. Those bumps are nothing to worry about. The colour pigments in the leather and the sweat captured in the padding seem to produce those. I also see them at older model of Top Ten gloves. The stitching of the Tiger gloves is solid. Not as fancy as Mexican gloves, but technically well done to withstand strong stress. Durable for sure. The colour comes off of the edges a bit. In regards of the heavy usage they have endured they are still pretty good. You have to remember: we didn't really apply any care products to them and in many days they didn't dry out before they were used again the next day. The last picture shows about the only damage that is visible. A 1 inch tear that is well contained and has no influence on functionality. Overall it is a great glove for a bit less than 100 bucks. They compare well to older models of Top Ten, but these days Green Hill Tiger is probably more durable in comparison. I will sort thru some of our boxes of equipment and post another review sooner or later.