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Are all 16 OZ gloves huge in size?

Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Discussion' started by Dayuum, Sep 25, 2010.

  1. Dayuum Orange Belt

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    I'm about 6'2 and have pretty small hands and was looking for some boxing gloves today and noticed the ones I need (16 oz) are all huge
     
  2. ECS123 Purple Belt

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    Do you mean huge as in exterior size or internal hand pocket size?

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  3. Keej613 Guest

    I bought low-end Everlast 16 oz gloves and they fit just fine. I'm 6'2"ish and I've got average to smallish hands.

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    I've used'em for Muay Thai, Pradal Serey, Sanshou and MMA training. They do the job.
     
  4. The Ring To Cage IMF Tech Gloves run a little small.
    Very nice too.
     
  5. dtravis92 Orange Belt

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    No, every glove is different. Some 16 oz gloves are more compact, offer a snug fit, others are very wide and big, very lose on your hands. Just try different gloves.
     
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    i second gorilla fight gear. i have the greenhorn sparring gloves and they are awesome
     
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    I have a medium to smaller size hand (8.5 in. circumference around the palm, 7.33 in. from tip of middle finger to base of heel). Raja gloves give me a very good fit. The hand compartment is compact relative to, say, the Twins Special's. After I've broken them in the fit is excellent.
     
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    KO Fightgear has more compact gloves.
     
  11. lublin82 Blue Belt

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    From personal experience most Thai 16 oz gloves i tried were hugeeee in sizee.
    I personally like gloves that are smaller and dont look like baloons.Its more realistic to a fist in my opinion.
    I've tried once a pair of 18 oz high end leather Everlast gloves and i loved them.They were very comfortable.:)
     
  12. ClampXVII Bravado Muay Thai Trainer

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    KO fight gear gloves are on the smaller side. The 16s look like 12s lol
     

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