Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Discussion' started by Minowafanatic, Feb 2, 2019.
bad fakes yet lots of bids, yeesh
Imagine how much this set would be worth if it was genuine
Hey guys, i could buy this "Winning FG2900" for 75€. But i think it is fake,or?
Not fake but really!!!!
That’s fucking hilarious hahaha..
And he says “Wear and tear” shit I think those gloves have been worn, torn, bitten, burned and survived a few storms on some wires on a light pole!
Hahaha I know when I saw that I just had to post it......bargin for £40 right!!!!!!
You ever find anything good on gumtree?
rarely.....but a few things
Might leave your hand smelling like a dead dog and some folks might laugh at ya but hell yeah! Quite the Bargin! Hahaha.
I've found lots of good stuff on Gumtree Australia. I check it compulsively, though, so I see the good stuff before it's snapped up by others.
all same manufacturer too
not a fake, but I think it's funny this one is advertised as "mint condition":
and for 300 US Dollars too, lol https://www.ebay.com/itm/Winning-Bo...g-Used-from-Japan-Free-Shipping/352872300437?
Yeah, someone in Japan has been posting lots and lots of Winning stuff on eBay recently. It appears to be mostly old used gear at very high prices.
Would be mint condition if his pet hippo hadn't sat on the left one, and then he accidentally reversed over it in his Humvee.
I've seen in the past few days a lot of "Powerlocks" looking like this. Specifically in the lace-up and the Everlast fight gloves weights (8oz, 10oz, 10oz XL) . Something seems a bit off, I have seen them in genuine Everlast retailers as well. Are these the real fight gloves?
look real, also Sports Direct is owned by the company that owns Everlast
I guess it looks weird.
It just looks like they come in the normal shitty Sports Direct bag
I also can't find anywhere Powerlocks in "Training Gloves" in fight glove sizes.
Everywhere else I have seen these gloves are just delivered in a plastic wrap
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