proboxingequipment.com legit?

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  1. ddman

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    Proboxing is a legitimate company, however, i've heard they have TERRIBLE customer service. Ask the guys at ringside if they can match the shipping http://www.sherdog.net/forums/f16/all-ringside-combat-sports-gear-questions-post-here-2093367/
     
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    They are a "Real", but you're right about their customer service. I tried to return a pair of their gloves that I thought were cheap and they argued with me over the phone about it. They never emailed me that they received the gloves that I returned. They out-right refused to give me my money back. They are a shitty business. I won't even buy so much has hand-wraps from them.
     
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    The site is legit but their gear, part from the heavy bags, is crap. My trainer used to order and sell their gear in bulk but all too often the L/R gloves are totally different fits. Also, the padding will go flat faster than a Title or Ringside let alone one of the big three.

    As goes service, it's a mixed bag. First time I went in their shop I swore I'd never return. But then I went to another of their stores and the employees were not only helpful but they gave me a 100 lb heavy bag for $70 when I was fully prepared to pay $120. It's holding up great and at the price no new bag comes close.
     
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    Deathstriker I eat Simba and wear his skin

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    I actually went out of my way to go to their store in Pasadena, CA when I was in LA (when I didn't find out about G&E). Didn't have problems with their service, but picked up a facesaver and some bag gloves. The facesaver was crap and didn't work well so I ebayed it for half the price.
     
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    ddman, send me a pm and I can work out shipping costs for you whether Canada Post or Fedex. -John-
     
  9. Phaiym

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    our gym has a lotta their stuff. one of their bags, some of their gloves and shin pads

    i have a pair of their handwraps from my girl when she used to take classes...they are my favorite wraps....but that's all i use of theirs.

    their gloves make my twins gloves feel like bricks though
     
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    A buddy of mine bought a pair of thier gloves when he first started out and said they were basically pieces of crap. Customer service wise.....he said no problems. I did hear that thier heavy bags are pretty decent.
     

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