- The exterior is as eye catching as it is durable
- The Fight Boxing Gloves keep your thumb in an ergonomically correct position
- Helps prevent injury and improves comfort
- Special design Leather Boxing Gloves improves comfort and safety
- They are excellent quality at an affordable price
- Material: Faux Leather & EVA
- The exterior is as eye catching as it is durable, keeps your thumb in an ergonomically correct position
- Helps prevent injury and improves comfort, special design improves comfort and safety
How to Choose Boxing Gloves:
- Choosing the right set of gloves is essential to maximize your workout. The wrong gloves can lead to hand and wrist damage that will keep you out of the gym for lengthy periods of time. So take the time and make the right choice the first time.
- Determine whether you want synthetic or leather gloves. Leather gloves will last longer than synthetic.
- For most recreation boxers, velcro gloves are suitable. If you are serious about training, you will want lace-up gloves to better fit your hands.
- Put your handwraps on before trying the glove on. Handwraps will add bulk and your gloves will be too small if you do not try them on with handwraps. Average men will use a large size with women using a medium.
- Test the gloves. Average weights are 12oz, 14oz and 16oz. Professional boxers usually fight with 10oz gloves but train with a heavier glove to protect their hands. Test the weight by putting the gloves on and doing a shadow, punching at chest high for a minute. If the gloves are too heavy you will not be able to do this. Go as heavy as you can.
- Look for gloves with a thumb-lock. Most new gloves worth their weight have these to protect from thumb injuries and accidentally gouging an eye.
- Take them to the gym and break them in slowly. Make sure your hands don't get numb by the end of the workout or swell too much after a new workout regimen.