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    hi i was wondering what your guys oppinions are on good sparring gloves for semi pro competition.
    ive been told that i need 8oz sparring gloves and the only make i could find at this weight were Big Dogz but they are out of stock everywhere.
    so was wondering which are good gloves to use around this weight.
    thanks

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    Hi Mate if your talking MMA the go to Caged Steel and look at the training gloves ~ if its boxing gloves then your looking at Sandee from Fight Shop

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    yes sorry forgot to mention this is for MMA, what weight are the caged steel sparring gloves?

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    hyabusa do a 8oz sparing glove i think, sandee also do a great 8oz glove a few of the lads at my gym use them and there great well worth the money, also had a look and theese guys do a couple of 8oz gloves.

    http://thefightzone.net/GrapplingGloves.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakeschofield View Post
    yes sorry forgot to mention this is for MMA, what weight are the caged steel sparring gloves?
    8 oz

    http://caged-steel.com/mens/gloves-a...ing-glove.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoGiCorbarian View Post
    hyabusa do a 8oz sparing glove i think, sandee also do a great 8oz glove a few of the lads at my gym use them and there great well worth the money, also had a look and theese guys do a couple of 8oz gloves.

    http://thefightzone.net/GrapplingGloves.html

    hope i helped
    Thanks I thought sandee training gloves were 12 oz and thought hayabusa was higher

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    The Hayabusa Hybrid glove are very good. Less bulky than some of the others on the market but still with very good protection.

    Evolution have just updated their sparring gloves, at 32.99 they offer really good value and quality.

    Sandee do a great sparring glove, if they are good enough for guys like Dan Hardy then I'm sure they can stand up to a few hard sessions.

    Caged Steel gloves are good value and offer a lot of protection.

    Fairtex are fantastic in terms of the glove but let down by the weak velcro.

    Thats all the ones I've used and owned. A few guys at our gym have Rogue gloves which seem to be quite good too.
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