Title 16oz Mexican Training Gloves

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  1. baka_survivor

    baka_survivor Purple Belt

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    I was looking for a bag glove, but I found this for $20 from Title Boxing. I've never worn Mexican gloves before, so the padding feels a bit weird at first. I wore it with a hook and loop converter, so I keep the lacing pretty loose. When fully laced up, it provides excellent wrist and fist support.

    Compared to my sister's cheap 12oz Everlast gloves, it definitely provide way better padding and protection for the knuckles. There is some extra space in front of the knuckles, I guess this is useful if you're wearing knuckle protectors or gauze/tape. I've used them for heavy bag, DE, and light pad works. So far I'm satisfied.


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  2. jfak

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    have u spared with them?
     
  3. ShogunOOORAH

    ShogunOOORAH Banned Banned

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    Its a bag glove -.-
     
  4. 671roots

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    i think he said he was looking for a bag glove but found those instead...let us know how they do in sparing
     
  5. ClampXVII

    ClampXVII Bravado Muay Thai Trainer

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    No its not, it says training gloves. Rarely are bag gloves 16oz.
     

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