Ringside heritage vs rival rs1

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  1. Mbdiablo Yellow Belt

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    i bought ringside heritage lace up 14•gloves but it is pillow gloves i dont feel my shots .one of my friend wants to trade rival rs1 .it is good gloves i read gloves micro fiber
     
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    Those ringside gloves are overpriced poop. It's not so much the IMF foam (which does suck) but the way it forms your hand. I can't hit with my top knuckles when I wear them; it forces your second row of knuckles to protrude out. That's probably more why you can't feel you're shots. The power isn't transferring efficiently.
     
  3. Minowafanatic Black Belt

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    good trade
     
  4. Mbdiablo Yellow Belt

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    rival isnt leather wht that expensive.micro fiber is good as a leather?
     
  5. [email protected]_Seabass Blue Belt

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    The Rival microfiber is indestructible.
     
  6. Mbdiablo Yellow Belt

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    ringside leather is very good but i dont like knuckle part
     
  7. Vols1891 Yellow Belt

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    I second this. Rival’s microfiber is superior to even the best grades of leather in terms of durability.
     
  8. mides White Belt

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    Me too. I think leather gloves are a thing of the past. I saw a grueling documentary on how animals are exploited by farmers who supply the leather industry. Just for that I rather pay a bit more for microfiber.
     
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