Everlast 100-Pound C3 Foam Heavy Bag
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- 100-pound professional-training punching bag with Contoured Closed Cell Foam Technology (C3)
- Polycanvas shell for durability
- Natural and synthetic fiber filling blended with sifted sand for a homogenous feel
- C3 designed to provide increased cushioning and force dispersion while maintaining bag integrity
- Durable webbing system with heavy-duty nylon straps and double end loops
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The C3 Foam 100-Pound Heavy Bag from Everlast is built and designed to provide professional level training for boxers and a great workout for all athletes who box for fitness. The C3 (Contoured Closed Cell Foam Technology) is designed to provide the increased cushioning, support, and force dispersion that serious hitters need during heavy workouts. The high density foam's closed-cells also inhibit moisture transfer into the foam padding to keep your gloves lighter and drier during use. Meanwhile, the bag's custom filling of natural and synthetic fibers blended with sifted sand, offers a homogenous feel and resilient shock absorption. Encased within a durable polycanvas shell, the C3 Heavy Bag is built to last. The bag is equipped with a durable webbing system for safety that includes heavy-duty nylon straps and double end loops for solid anchoring.
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Round 2: As far as the bag its self, the new one is holding up well. So far not too much sagging and it is sturdy and takes its beating quietly. The one thing i notice is that the foam "collar" doesnt seem any softer to hit than the main body of the bag at all. Its also a bit annoying that there is a seam on one side of it - but hitting the seam if it spins doesnt seem to be a big deal through wraps and gloves. The bigger issue with the foam collar for me is that (unlike the seam), the upper boundary (and above) of the foam is a place you cant hit. that takes a few inches of working space down off the top) With my basement ceiling height, using one of those hangers that goes up between the joists, and removing all extraneous links, it means i cant hit as high up as i would sometimes like, so that is a definitely a consideration to take into account when looking at this bag.
For mounting in my workout room, I reinforced a few joists in the attic and ran high grade bolts/nuts/washers through a heavy duty chain suspending it from the ceiling below. The mount is as solid as can be, no worries.
Using 14oz gloves (compromise) I get a really good 15-20 minute workout every other day. I only use it for my cardio days along with other heart pumping stunts. Wrap your hands properly is key here and as always you can view videos online on how to do so without injury.
After owning this a few months with many punches I have to say that there is now wear, loose or hard spots, etc. It is as solid as it was on day one. Again keeping in mind I am not Rocky or training for any fights (I hope).
For the price, your not going to beat this deal, just ensure it is what you are looking for else you may feel like a bag.
It does have some cheap features so I wouldn't pay much more than $75 for it. It uses straps instead of chains. The stitching will come loose eventually, especially on the tie-down loop on the bottom.
Unless you're a very heavy hitter using leather gloves on this thing daily then go for it.