best heavybag

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  1. alex1227

    alex1227 White Belt

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    So I am thinking of buying a heavy bag, one that can take a bit of abuse, kicks and such. I tried searching the forums but couldnt really find any info. I am looking for a hanging heavybag for around $100. I am 6'0 and 170lbs, and I have no idea what weight I should get. I am thinking 100lbs, but am not sure. Any help would be appreciated.
     
  2. wenispinkle

    wenispinkle Skankin' It Easy...

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    mine is an everlast 100 pounder....ive done it all to it, punches, kicks, elbows, knees, even hit in coming in on a penetration step and thrown it down from my shoulder using it for sandbag work, and its never even shown a sign that its about to rip. your probably gonna have to go more than $100 bucks though, but its well worth it
     
  3. Brand Nizzle

    Brand Nizzle Guest

    Make sure you find some where good to hang it. I have a horrible story of my kitchen falling into my basement after I gave my heavybag a sidekick. I didn't die though. Haha. I have to get me a free standing bag.
     
  4. Brandinho

    Brandinho Guest

    Title is the cheapest that I know of. Look for banana bags.
     
  5. anvar

    anvar Guest

    I've tried many different heavy bags...and the only one I would give to my future son for his birthday would be a ringside heavy bag.
     
  6. Brandinho

    Brandinho Guest

    Get whichever of the two are cheaper. Title and Rigside are the same company.
     
  7. alex1227

    alex1227 White Belt

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    How is TKO? I found a 100lb canvas for $99
     
  8. dboy420

    dboy420 Yellow Belt

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    dont get canvas, yes its old school but it will rip the easiest. Especially with high use. As far as lower prices Everlast has 70# Nevatear bags for around 60$.
     
  9. Moj

    Moj White Belt

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    That is like saying Onions and Apples are the same thing. There is a huge difference between those companies.. Every title glove i have ever worn has blown up, their customer service sucks too. I wouldn't spend $$$ on a bag at title.
     

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