They look good. 70 bucks for sparring gloves is a good deal, and Windy is a good, trust-worthy brand.
Check out this thread, which I found easily with the search function (heh, I love to use it) for an earlier discussion on these gloves:
I've tried Windy training gloves, and the padding seems soft enough for sparring. I've heard some mixed opinions on that from other people, but personally I think their padding is fine.
Maybe you can email Combat Sports and ask if those Windy Safety training gloves are elastic cuff or not? I'm curious about that myself, and if they're the regular non-elastic hook-and-loop, then they'd be a good choice for sparring gloves.
Crossdx - I just talked to CSI and both Windy gloves (the training and the sparring gloves) do NOT have elastic, just leather.
Crossdx - I just talked to CSI and both Windy gloves (the training and the sparring gloves) do NOT have elastic, just leather. Also, I asked the difference between the two and he said the TG5 actually has more padding than the "safety training gloves", and a shorter wrist for Muay Thai. So it sounds like the TG5 would be perfect for sparring in Muay Thai.