How are the ufc training gloves?

Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Discussion' started by Stillbrooklyn27, Mar 19, 2008.

  1. Stillbrooklyn27

    Stillbrooklyn27 White Belt

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    they are the only mma training gloves i have ever used so i have nothing to compare them too, are they good quality gloves? i NEVER see them mentioned on this forum.
     
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    They're good gloves. I like them a lot. Before that I had some old sherdog quano-style gloves, and they're definently not as good as the UFC gloves. The only other glove I can compare them to in the Windy Pride-style glove, but they're not really similar at all. I think they're great gloves for the price.
     
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    I tried on a pair last night, I thought they were really nice
     
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    UFC training gloves?? UFC brand?? I haven't heard of these, forgive my ignorance I guess. Anyone have pics or a site for them?
     
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    The gloves are in the online store on ufc.com
     
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    This is the product description, made of vinyl is a bad thing. They probably won't last long. Unless I am looking at the wrong one but this is the only one that says training glove. But if you are a big UFC fan, they look nice and really don't cost that much considering they are authentic UFC merchandise. Also for training purposed I personally wouldn't use a glove of this style, I prefer to use the ones with the 2" of padding over the knuckles to avoid injuries. Just my two cents.
     
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    I agree with Snake...
     
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    Snake is correct. I would consider Fairtex, Hayabusa, SSF, or one of the other brands.
     
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    I've never seen the Hayabusa training gloves, just the competition gloves and the boxing gloves.
     

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