Bag glove recommendations

Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Discussion' started by William Huggins, Jul 19, 2019.

  1. William Huggins

    William Huggins Purple Belt

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    Need a new pair, recommend me some good ones, middle price range......
     
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  2. j-boxing

    j-boxing Human, all too human

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    TopBoxer Winning-style stock or custom, Rival RB11, UMA RT-40 stock or custom, Fairtex BGV9, or pre-owned Reyes.

    Not sure what you consider middle price range, though.
     
  3. William Huggins

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    I have a pair of old 14oz Fairtex BGV9 I use for bag duty but they are not long for the next life, might just get another pair.
     
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    this is average cheap under 40 mid price 45-90 nd welp anything above 90 is you guessed it
     
  5. RDL81

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    I really wouldn't recommend the TopBoxer Winning Style for bag only......padding is too soft in my opinion.

    The Fairtex BGV9 is a good call or like u said some nearly new pre owned reyes
     
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    j-boxing Human, all too human

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    Do you mean 16oz TB Winning-style? Apparently the padding on the 16oz TBs is softer than lower oz TB Winning-style gloves. I use my 12oz TB Winning-style gloves on the heavy bag without any problems.
     
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  7. Nonducor

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    Same here. 12 oz for bag and 16 oz for sparring. Padding is much denser in the 12oz TB compared to the 16 oz.
     
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  8. Brian The Overlord

    Brian The Overlord The motivator

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    I recommend the Alien gloves of TopBoxer.

    They have rigid padding inside and have nice pop sound when hitting bags.

    Just unbelievable quality even though it is a stock option. They can stand comparison with custom made gloves.

    Just abso-bloody-lutely fantastic in terms of the quality.
     
  9. Woldog

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    Fairtex BG9 is my go to or my Topboxer customs.
     
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  10. RDL81

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    Sorry yes I have the 16oz I got them for sparing sessions but oftern we will be asked to work the bag in-between rounds in the ring and I really didn't like them on the bag.
     
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    Boon Classic Velcro (12oz or 14oz) for bag gloves...excellent thai gloves but are very comparable to boxing gloves and excellent wrist support....all leather
    They are a bit tight but stuff few socks in them overnight and 2 sessions on the bag and it'll fit to your hand perfect
     

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