focus mits

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  1. rv5869 Yellow Belt

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    I want a pair of focus mits but am confused on all of the styles. Is there a specific shape or brand of focus mits that are better than others?
     
  2. ClampXVII Bravado Muay Thai Trainer

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    Usually curved mitts are the preferred choice by most trainers. Easier on the shoulders and easier to make a satisfying pop for the puncher. What is your price range?
     
  3. rv5869 Yellow Belt

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    Haven't considered a price range. Would like to keep it under $100.
     
  4. ClampXVII Bravado Muay Thai Trainer

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  5. I have been LOVING my Ring To Cage "Deluxe Curved Mitts".
    They have a Ball Grip inside and well padded Gel straps.

    There are several Mitts out there with that type of design.
     
  6. ClampXVII Bravado Muay Thai Trainer

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    I'm loving their new air mitts. expect a review soon! :)
     
  7. acsubie** Orange Belt

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    Hayabusa mitts are the Shiz also !!
     
  8. chicagocombat Purple Belt

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    I love my Curved Boon mitts
    and I love my Ko fight gear mitts
    I use the boon thai pads also
     
  9. Centaur Black Belt

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    Rival's Russ Anber Signature Series are probably the best reviewed set of mitts I know of:

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    They are pretty expensive though.
     
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    How do these compare with the Title Incredi-ball's? And do these mitts have a grip ball also?
     
  11. DI99 Brown Belt

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    curved are the way to go
     
  12. chokeingvictim Brown Belt

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    mantis style curved mitts all the way
     
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    They rip pretty fast. If you use it 4 times a week, they'll go out in a couple of months.
     
  14. Samazcbs101 Yellow Belt

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    I have the Title Incredi-ball punch mitts and they are okay.I just wished I chipped out an extra 10-15 bucks for a higher quality pair.But that's what I get for being a penny pincher.
     
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    Got any links to reviews for them?
     
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