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Everlast Nevatear Boxing Heavy Bag

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80 lbs
  • 80 lb. bag with Tough Nevatear construction.
  • Includes all necessary hardware
  • Provides ultimate strength and conditioning workout
  • The Zipper tab is deliberately broken of the top of the bag by the manufacturer to prevent the bag from being opened and the stuffing released
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Ideal for home gym use.

› Specially blende filler provides resilient shock absorbency
› Vinyl construction
› Complete with heavy-duty chain and swivel
› Add $30 additional shipping

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Product Details

Size: 80 lbs
  • Product Dimensions: 42 x 13 x 13 inches ; 80 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 84 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00076ZE76
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 4008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (124 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

It's everlast... that means it will outlast you.
Trayce
When I unstuffed the old bag, the material had compressed down and there were several bags of sand settled at the bottom.
Kodiak
I've tried a couple bags and this one was by far the best in the 80lb range.
B. Lauvray

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

122 of 125 people found the following review helpful By Wesley M. on August 31, 2005
Size Name: 80 lbs
I too recieved this bag in a box semi-beaten up, but then again an 80 pound item in a lightweight cardboard box is bound to cause a little box damage. And no there was no interior protective bag, and my chain pack was tied with pink ribbon.

Now to the bag itself... The toughest, most well filled, and economical bags I have ever seen. I use light bag gloves and with the amount of filling and it's density I can punch for hours (If I had the stamina :) ), without getting the sore knuckles or the wrist pain that I used to get from denser packed bags. Plus it's an Everlast!!! This is a must buy for anyone who is looking for a heavy bag. Good luck and TRAIN HARD!!!
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69 of 74 people found the following review helpful By B. Lauvray on July 4, 2005
Size Name: 80 lbs
This is an excellent bag for anyone regardless of rather you are training for boxing, martial arts, or just want to punch and kick something and will take whatever you can give it. I've tried a couple bags and this one was by far the best in the 80lb range. Another review mentioned a couple of "problems" that they felt were signs of a return, but are not. This bag does not ship with a plastic covering, the zipper top is intentially missing and Everlast includes a sheet explaining why (unzipping it voids the warrenty), and all the hanging chains do come wrapped in a pink ribbon. Most of the reviews comments are just how Everlast packs every bag. Mine arrived with with well done packing tape in a box that was a little beaten from shipping, but the contents were not harmed or dusty. I train mostly bar hand, so my only complaint is that the Everlast logo stitched on to both sides of the bag can do some extra damage to your knuckles, but if you are using wraps and bag gloves than it is not a problem. Regardless, the quality of the bag and the beating it takes, compared to many other bags on the market, makes up for the stitching on the logo.
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Feng on August 29, 2010
Size Name: 80 lbs
These bags are common in gyms and karate dojos bu there is one important caution that you must remember. The ones in the gym are typically well broken in and a new one is not. There is a huge difference between you hitting the bag a lot to break it in and an entire gym of customers breaking it in. In otherwords, it is extemely hard to break a heavy bag in by your self, at home. The result is that you have greater risk of breaking your hands, wrist, or knuckles.

My advice is to remember at what point the bag is too hard and only hit above that point or on the edge. Kicks can be a bit more liberal as feet and shins are more durable then hands.

its a nice bag but keep this in mind. It will start out rock hard for the bottom half and that might never go away for you.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. R. Rivas on February 5, 2010
Size Name: 80 lbs Verified Purchase
this bag is awesome. Im whoopin its ass on a regular basis its sturdy durable and great for drills!!!!
Buy it i recommend it
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Fernando Nuez on July 20, 2007
Size Name: 80 lbs
I've done some amateur boxing way back in my late teens and early twenties. I have punched a lot of bags in those years, I'll say that this product is of excellent quality and will last longer now that I'm a bit older and don't have that pack of punch anymore.
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92 of 122 people found the following review helpful By Jordan Peter on March 15, 2009
Size Name: 80 lbs
I am currently not impressed at all with Everlast's lower end heavy bags. I owned a canvas one years ago and ripped it in two days. Anyhow I got this bag from Dunham's because I needed something cheap and rugged to train in. It was not a good choice. First of all the bag is not filled evenly so after a while all the filler sinks to the bottom. This is a problem because you are basically punching "Nevateer" and air which gives no resistance at all. I might as well be shadow boxing. I purchased a TKO heavy bag years ago for the same price and it was the best filled heavy bag I have EVER owned. I have a combat sports int. Thai bag and it does not have the filling consistency that my TKO did(may it rest in peace). Finally, Everlast apparently does not like to take the time to properly fill their bags because upon re stuffing the bag, I found four sand bags mixed in with the cloth filler. That really pissed me off. If you can't even get enough cloth into the thing to get it to weigh 80 lbs. then maybe you should reevaluate how you make your bags. Plus when I hit a heavy bag I DO NOT want to wonder which hit will yield the pain of connecting with a sand bag. It is really quite dangerous to have sand bags in a heavy bag like that. Sand filled heavy bags are fine for some athletes, but most people know when there is sand in their bag. However when I have what is supposed to be a cloth filling bag, I should not worry about breaking my wrists, shins, feet and god knows what else. I returned the bag the SAME day I got it. PLEASE spend about 30 dollars more and buy a TKO, Ringside, Title, Combat Sports, or a HIGHER end everlast bag. I won't even comment upon the over all craftsmanship of the bag.
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52 of 69 people found the following review helpful By OverTheMoon on October 11, 2005
Size Name: 80 lbs
You want to loose that gut, build muscles everywhere and become a lethal adversary all at the same time? Then get a punching bag and pair of gloves. To be honest the hardest part is getting the bag to stay on the hook without pulling out your ceiling every few days. You need to consult a hardware store for the right bolt fitting. Getting this right is half the battle. When you have finally managed to find the right bolt type for your ceiling then you are on your way to becoming somebody else! 10 minutes a day will make you a mean lean machine within two months, guaranteed. Start by looking for the boxing posture on the internet. Take up this basic stance and learn to throw punches while protecting your face with the other glove. Tuck that chin in. You will cut your knuckles, even with gloves on, but these wounds will heal and soon you will find your hands hardening up with each blow. Move around the bag and make those strikes count each time. Feel the punch and try to avoid awkward possible wrist breaking miss-strikes that you don't want to make. Within a few days you will find yourself building up a quicker pace. Everyday your arms will be firmer and your muscles bigger. Your hands will become stronger. Take off the gloves at the end of the punching workout and try chopping the bag with the base of the hand, directly under the thumb with the thumb stretched out and the elbow bent. Strike downwards and sideways with the palm facing down, never up. Harden up those chop areas of the hands. Now when you have built up some nice chopping combos without gloves and boxing combos with gloves, it is time to throw in some elbow blows. Move that hand in towards your chest and strike just above the elbow with each arm. Twist that body and harden up those areas on both arms.Read more ›
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