Everlast Pro Style Training Gloves
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- Full padding on the front and back of the wrist promotes proper technique
- ThumbLok feature keeps thumb and fist positioned correctly to prevent injury
- Pairs available in 12, 14 and 16-ounce sizes in multiple colors
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Pro style gloves designed for optimum training. Our gloves promote proper punching technique because they are conformed to the natural shape of your fist. Dense, innovative two-layer foam provides better shock absorbency and full padding on the front, back and wrist to promote proper punching technique. These gloves also utilize our exclusive ThumbLok feature for added safety. Choose from traditional laceup or hook-and-loop wrist strap for quick on and off. Made of durable synthetic leather.
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.
Please contact customer service for full details, and for replacement assistance at 1-800-821-7930.
If you want to fight like a pro, you have to train like a pro. Enter the Everlast Pro Style training gloves, which help you train properly every time you step up to the bag. Made of synthetic leather, the Pro Style gloves are built to promote proper punching technique, with full padding on the front and back of the wrist that conforms to the natural shape of your fist. As a result, the gloves not only teach your hands how to punch correctly, but they also prevent injury. This dense two-layer foam sandwich also protects your wrists, as does the exclusive ThumbLok feature, which keeps your thumb and fist positioned correctly. Perhaps best of all, the gloves are designed using EverFresh materials. Available in 12-, 14, and 16-ounce sizes, the gloves offer the choice of a traditional lace-up design or a hook-and-loop Velcro strap for quick on and off.
Although the name Everlast is synonymous with boxing, the company actually started out as a swimwear manufacturer in the Bronx in 1910. The son of a tailor and an avid swimmer, 17-year-old Jacob Golomb grew dissatisfied with the flimsy swimsuits of the time, which barely lasted a season. In response, he began making suits that he guaranteed would last for a full year. He proudly gave them the name "Everlast," and although the swimsuits did not last throughout history, the name did. In subsequent years, Golomb transformed his company into a small retail store that carried a full line of sports equipment. In 1917, a young fighter named Jack Dempsey introduced boxing to Golomb and Everlast. Dempsey asked Golomb to construct protective headgear that would last more that 15 rounds of intensive boxing training. In 1919, Dempsey won the world heavyweight championship wearing boxing gloves made for him by Golomb, and shortly afterward, Everlast became the boxing equipment headquarters throughout the world. Dedicated to leveraging the unique qualities represented by the Everlast brand--strength, dedication, individuality, and authenticity--the Everlast brand is now present in more than 101 countries and has 88 licenses worldwide.
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But aside from that, I was extremely happy about my purchase, I would definitely recommend! I noticed a lot of reviews regarding the smell, and I have not noticed a smell except when directly up to my face, and it is not a good smell, but it's not bothersome
I did hear my meathead boxing coach telling a sparring partner that I hit, "hard as s***". I was a bit surprised. I mean, I don't think I hit softly or anything, but again, I'm so new I don't have a gauge of what's hard and soft. I wonder if my supposedly hard hitting is due to the gloves lacking sufficient padding? *shoulder shrug* 15 bucks...who cares?
These gloves are pretty hard though. You can spar with them, but I recommend not going too hard because knuckles will penetrate if you hit hard. I've felt my knuckles on someone's face before and I have felt knuckles on my face. Also, make sure you don't let any rough part of the velcro stick out otherwise you'll feel some burn while clinching. I also recommend always wrapping your knuckles well so you don't skin them and cause the gloves to become stinky...
Overall, I recommend these gloves because they last for a good amount of time for the price and they have good wrist support. I really can't justify spending $60-$100 on a pair of the other gloves out there.