Ordering brown Reyes gloves

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  1. KounterPunch

    KounterPunch Purple Belt

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    Anybody know from where and how to order the brown Reyes gloves ?
    A seemingly simple color is no where to be found !
     
  2. juanfco3

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    lockwood boxing
     
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    I believe it's a limited run color, so there is a chance that they will not carry stock of that color for a while. Use the contact form on lockwoods' website. Best customer service that I've had out of pretty much any company and definitely recommend them to everyone.
     
  4. KounterPunch

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    Are by Mexican market or ringside Reyes ?

    Thanks for the info btw
     
  5. Cheap Shot

    Cheap Shot I've been a member long enough to get a title...

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    Mexican. I bought browns from Lockwood, as well as a pair of limited orange. They also sold the limited green.

    They are velcro only, and I believe most, if not all, were sold out. I'd contact them soon, they're excellent to work with.
     
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    I emailed them about 2 are in stock that is left for the green Cletos.
    someone should jump on them. I decided to pass, and get green twins in the near future.
    Cause I would mostly use those gloves for sparring, so didn't seem much sense for me to score cletos
     
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    Lockwood's Boxing are superb, ask for Mike.
     
  8. Cheap Shot

    Cheap Shot I've been a member long enough to get a title...

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    I've used 16 oz Cletos for sparring for years. As long as you're sparring with control and not throwing bombs, they're perfectly fine to spar with.

    Lockwood contacted me about a pair of greens when I bought the brown and orange saying they were low on stock and I should grab them then if I wanted them. That was probably about a year ago, though I have no idea if they sold any after that.

    Great company.
     
  9. KounterPunch

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    If its green then Winnings !
     
  10. SkribbLe

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    green color is like, the longest lasting color on winnings.
     
  11. KounterPunch

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    I got the gold set.
    It's faded to a nice bronze in less than 6 months.
     
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    beat me to it!

    Pics of the faded gold please!
     
  14. SkribbLe

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    if you don't know how, shoot me a pm and I'll explain how to post a picture. also, be sure to get all angles of your gold set, from the worst brown part, to whatever is left of the gold.
     
  15. KounterPunch

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    No pics , but the fade happens where the gear gets used the most.
    The headgear is still mint.
    The cup has a just a light fade on the top edge (see paquiaos picture sparring. Exactly like that )
    The gloves get it on the thumbs , the hitting surface and the parts where your fingers are.
    It becomes like a reddish bronze . A very unique look and shows that you use it and it's not for show.

    So , all in all , the cup and headgear will last way longer but the gloves go quick.
    I spar almost every day though.
     

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