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MMA training gloves worth getting

Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Discussion' started by Oreomeister, Aug 2, 2010.

  1. Oreomeister Blue Belt

    Oct 5, 2005
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    I've been using some combat sorts MMA gloves for ages now. Some old lace up ones. I'm in the market for a new pair with velcro. Not something insanely expensive but I want something good quality. I like the feel of the ones I had so I tried what I thought were equivalent ones of the same brand but with velcro. Boy was I wrong. The "leather" feels like flastic and the padding seems more like house insulation than whatever the old gloves used.

    I was going to get TITLE Classic MMA Ultra Training Gloves | TITLE Classic MMA Gloves | MMA Gloves by Brand | MMA Fight Gloves / Grappling Gloves | Boxing Gloves & Boxing Glove Accessories from Title Boxing because they looked like they fit the bill.

    But I'd like some advice myself. I thought the other ones "fit the bill" too but they ended up feeling like pure unusable crap.

    I do use the title "gel" 16oz sparring gloves and I really like them. Anyone have experience with the equivalent MMA training gloves? TITLE Gel MMA Ultimate Training Gloves | TITLE GEL Equipment | TITLE Brands from Title Boxing

    Any experience would be appreciated.
  2. Rado Blue Belt

    Apr 20, 2010
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  3. ASEGSEA Guest

    I've invested in some Title equipment and while they're more expensive line is good quality, their cheaper stuff is definitely their cheaper stuff.

    Those items were about $30+ shipping. I'd recommend saving $15-25 more and invest in definitive quality instead of risking $30 over some less pricey equipment.

    Hell, I don't know how long it'd take you to save up another $30, but you can get some top-of-the-line MMA gloves for $35 shipped: Hayabusa Fightwear MMA Gloves Black - FW - www.FighterWarehouse.com

    You don't have to get the best of the best, all I am saying is I've tried to save money on cheaper gear thinking I'll buy better once I wear those down, but really, it's better to start of with mid-grade quality instead of risk wasting your money in an attempt to save money.

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