Everlast Pro Style MMA Grappling Gloves
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- New for Fall 2010! Premium synthetic leather along with excellent glove construction provides long lasting durability and functionality
- New design with refined glove padding provides a more ergonomic fist shape for improved comfort & flexibility
- EverDri Technology- moisture absorbing lining to keep you hands dry!
- Full wrist wrap strap provides superior wrist support and allows for a more customizable fit
- EverDri Technology- moisture absorbing lining to keep you hands dry and extend the life of your equipment
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Training gloves for Mixed Martial Arts
Everlast warrants its products to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 120 days from date of purchase, provided they have not been subjected to obvious abuse, neglect or misuse. Everlast's sole liability is limited to repairing or replacing products that are returned within this 120-day period, unless specific product literature specifies otherwise.
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They dry fast. I use them two times a week, so far no unpleasant odors. And after a month they look brand new. Durability undoubtedly depends on how often and heavy you train, but it is ideal for an amateur like me who attends the kickboxing classes for cardio purposes only.
My only complaint is that the size options are a little limited for Everlast training gloves. My size is 8.4’’ (the circumference around the palm across the knuckles). Large/x-large starts from 8’’ and I think I could be happier with a tighter fit.
Still I love my pair of gloves.
I ended up returning these after two Muay Thai classes because they were completely wrong. I had been using Harbingers for two years prior to this and wish I could still find a pair.
The thin "leather" was a bit disappointing. I didn't have much time to evaluate the quality, but they didn't look like they would hold up.
About the gloves themselves I really like these style instead of those that also cover your thumb, also note that the contact is highly reduced with this on, they're great for sparring with face punches allowed, but I think you might do better with less couch if you're going for the neck-down blows.
If you practice MMA or any other martial art where grappling and throwing is allowed, you'll find these quite good, it presents little to no restrictions when going for the grab and are extremely comfortable.
I haven't tried them with the punching bag, but a friend has a pair of a similar model and they work good for him, I couldn't assure you these model would work though.