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Ringside Powerhide 65 lb Heavy Bag - Filled
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- A Ringside exclusive
- Bag weighs 65 - 70lbs.
- Measures 14" x 42"
- D-ring on bottom
- A Heavy Bag Chain and Swivel are included
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It's incredible durability will make our Powerhide Heavy Bag one of the most used pieces of equipment in your gym. The resilient Powerhide covering ensures an attractive, well shaped bag that will consistently come back for more. A Ringside exclusive 1" closed cell foam liner is included in all of our filled bags to help eliminate hand injuries. Bag weighs 65 - 70lbs. and measures 14" x 42". A Heavy Bag Chain and Swivel are included. Additional shipping charges apply for this item. The exact amount is quoted at the checkout or by selecting to estimate your shipping charges in your shopping cart.
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This isn't a fancy heavy bag, it isn't the bowling ball shape, or double end bag shaped, or uppercut bag, this is just a good heavy bag. It has enough weight to take a heck of a beating for a long time. The 1" of closed cell foam around the outer edge makes punching the bag more comfortable. at 65-70 pounds, it has just enough swing to be good for training, but not so much swing you are risking injury punching it on the return swing.
The only downside to this heavy bag is that is isn't long enough to practice leg kicks if you are a Muy Thai fighter. It is a good length and height for knees, as well as head and body kick drills.
As for the Powerhide Heavy Bag itself, I’m happy to say that it is another terrific Ringside product. I used Ringside products starting in the mid-90s and I have always been impressed by their quality and price. This heavy bag is no exception. Upon opening the box, I was immediately impressed by its solid heft. I felt around the bag as I moved it around, and found it was completely uniform in firmness with no lumps or gaps on the body. The top of the bag has four rings that attach to the included heavy bag chain’s four hooks. The bag is well designed as there are four protective flaps right where the hooks might scrape against the bag, that keep the hooks from wearing away at the bag itself. There is also a metal D-ring at the bottom of the bag if you want to tether the bag to reduce swing or rotation.
The product information on the Amazon listing says that the bag has a 1” closed cell foam liner that helps eliminate hand injuries. It’s nice that it’s there, but I really would not hit this bag without at least having on a set of hand wraps and preferably some bag gloves. The great job they did with the bag’s filling along with the tough “powerhide” covering would make this really rough on bare knuckles and unsupported wrists.
Note that there are no included instructions regarding hanging this heavy bag, but there are numerous ones available online (I just did a search for “how to hang a heavy bag”). I plan to hang this in my garage one weekend when I have time to drill into a support beam and hang some hardware. But since I was excited to try out this bag the moment I got it, I hung it temporarily from my door frame pull-up bar and it worked out fine. I figured it should support the weight for the short time of a set, since the bag is only 65-70 lbs. I also put a large old duffel filled with our winter blankets underneath the heavy bag to reduce the swing and banging against the door frame.
All in all, this is another well-made Ringside product that provides great training and exercise options.