Review: Aries Pro MMA Gloves

Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Reviews' started by Long Nguyen, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. Long Nguyen

    Long Nguyen Amateur Fighter

    Sep 6, 2007
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    Kentwood, Michigan
    This is my first review, so bare with me.

    Intial Impressions:

    When I first opened the package, I noticed it was a tad big. Comparing next to my Hayabusa's they were a few inches longer. It seems the extra length is in the padding, which is good for a spinning back fist, lol.

    I ordered a large and it fits well. My problem with other gloves is that I have a big hand but skinny wrists. So the extra velcro strap helps a lot. It ensures that I have better wrist support than usual and that it wont come off during sparring.

    It's a leather glove manufactured in India, and seems very well constructed. The yellow logo seems like it can peel off eventually, but is a nice aesthetic feature. The padding is slighty squishy but I believe that will relieve some of the impact.

    Pics to come and I will add more when I use this in class.
  2. Spoonman7

    Spoonman7 Red Belt

    Aug 14, 2003
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    i have a pair of aries baggloves and they have served me well for a long time, so I am sure that their mma gloves are just as good

    ASEGSEA Guest

    I JUST got mine in Monday. They do run a little big, but that extra velcro does help. I agree the logo will eventually peel off, probably MUCH sooner than a Ringside logo.

    After doing some pummel drills one of the gloves kept peeling off. The other stayed on just fine. This was frustrating, but until I really put the gloves to use then I won't just yet claim it's the gloves: maybe I just need to strap it better.

    Otherwise, I think it's too early for me to make a recommendation. They do look cool!
  4. fightscience19

    fightscience19 Orange Belt

    Jan 17, 2008
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    Kent, Ohio
    I've always been happy with aries boxing gloves. I'm hoping these mma gloves will live up to their sparring gloves.
  5. jrh080284

    jrh080284 White Belt

    Jan 23, 2010
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    One of the first pieces of equipment I bought were shin guards from Aries. They have been really really good. Nice thick leather and very comfortable. I was very hard on them for years and years and they pretty much look brand new.

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