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Got some Rival RB40 Bag Gloves at Xmas and they have started to tear in several places. :(
I will need to replace soon so any recommendations on replacements please?
17-07-2011, 07:31 PM
Rival RB10 (boxing glove style) or RMX B10 (mma glove style)
both use the new d3o technology, it gives unreal hand protection, you won't find better gloves
Cheers, bit put off buying another pair from Rival though given my previous ones are tearing after 6 months.
Any others worth considering?
17-07-2011, 08:49 PM
before I got my rival's I just used a pair of 10oz boxing gloves
17-07-2011, 11:32 PM
Hayabusa 10oz Boxing gloves (http://www.mmafactory.co.uk/hayabusa-pro-10oz-bag-gloves-74-p.asp) - Ive had mine for about 2 years now, and ive punched crap out of most things every weekend with them on :D
Discount code is cagewarriors
18-07-2011, 08:54 AM
Buy gloves tried and tested by the Pro's, if you are passing by any boxing gyms stop in and ask what their people use etc.
18-07-2011, 01:56 PM
I'm also in the market for a new pair of bag/pad gloves when I have the ££ to actually get some. I'm going to go for a pair of 12oz sandee or boon gloves as I think you get good levels of quality/protection for the money.
18-07-2011, 02:48 PM
I have Demon 10oz and they are excellent, lasting really good too, still look brand new
Cheers for the replies, will take a look at the above
16-08-2011, 12:07 PM
Sandee have been making boxing and bag gloves fr over 35 years. Most (actually ALL) of the MMA brands are brand new and many haven't even been around 35 months, yet alone 35 years. Most MMA brands are made under licence in various factories in India, Pakistan and China. In many cases the gloves may be made in one country, the shin guards in the other etc.
All Thai brands are made in Thailand by the brand owners in their own factories. They are primarily made for the Thai domestic market, which involves professional gyms using them six hours a day six days a week.
That's why Thai gear has such a good reputation. It has earned it.
Its also why you don't really see much advertising for Thai brands. They don't need it. They have got their reputation by being good at what they do. They don't need fancy adverts to tell you this. Its also why professional fighters (MMA, Muay Thai, Kickboxing etc) and professional gyms tend to use Thai brands over any other. The only exception to this is when they are sponsored and paid to tell the world that brand X is the dogs bollocks.
We extol the virtues of Sandee because we distribute Sandee. But all the top Thai brands are on a more or less equal footing; Twins, Fairtex, Top King etc.
In terms of bag gloves, if you are serious about training then I would recommend that you get 10 or 12 oz boxing gloves. Sandee 10oz lace ups are a favourite of many, many pro fighters including Dan Hardy and many others.
Sandee range here (http://www.fightshop.com/sandee-boxing-mma-equipment-m6)
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