TITLE Classic Speed Bag
- Tough, super fast and lightweight leather build
- All-leather welted seams, triple stitched and precision balanced
- Loop is extra-reinforced
- Extended-life rubber bladder
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Tough, super fast and lightweight leather build. All-leather welted seams, triple stitched and precision balanced for true rebounds. Loop is extra-reinforced for long wear. Complete with extended-life rubber bladder.
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This bag has been my favorite piece of equipment thus far. After reading a ton of reviews for other bags, I was overly worried about having to blow up a speed bag constantly. I have been pummeling this speed bag for the past week, every day, 40 minutes a day. Still haven't had to pump it up. I assume that over time every speed bag will gradually lose more and more air, but this is a solid piece of equipment that I see lasting a long time. Definitely spend the little extra for a bag that won't deflate after every session.
I was also worried about the size of bag I should get. I chose the 6" x 9" bag and I think it's perfect for me. I don't have much experience with speed bag size to give recommendations to other noobies, but as a noobie, I endorse this size. Not overly big or small, and with a little practice I'm already hitting it at a really decent pace. You don't even have to hit it very hard for some great rebound.
A couple of extra points; 1) I recommend investing in a good speed bag swivel. I own the Everlast double end stand which has the basic white ball bearing swivel. You'll notice an instant difference in your speed bag control by upgrading to a better swivel. 2) One negative of this bag is the TITLE patch. If you hit the bag with bare hands, you'll feel some chafing from the patch. This is easily fixed by wearing some hand wraps. 3) It says a lot that I have seen the TITLE brand being used by the pros in their training. This is what attracted me to TITLE in the first place.
The 6x9 version of this bag is better suited for beginners. The 5x8 may prove to be too small for beginners, so the 6x9 is a better bag for newbies.
Looks - This bag is an old school style of bag with a nice fat belly and a nice light weight leather build. The red color is striking and contrasts nicely with the black laces and the black welting. It has a big white Title logo on it, but it it is not gaudy or overdone. The leather on this bag looks nice and overall this bag is good looking.
Performance - This is a light weight bag. It has an okay bounce to it but like all Title speed bags if you change to the orange bladder you will get a livelier bag and it will bounce better. I run 3 to 4 PSI in my speed bags and at 3 to 4 PSI with the orange replacement bladder this bag can move nicely without having to really lay into it. As stated it is light weight but it is not the lightest bag that Title has. If you compare it to the Title Atomic Pro it is a little bit heavier, but then when compared to the Title Gyro it is a lot lighter.
Leather - The leather is of decent enough quality. It is not super high quality leather, but it is soft, smooth and easy on the hands, even when not using wraps or gloves. I see it lasting a long enough time.
This is not my favorite series of speed bag from Title, but it is still a good overall bag, and has been in their catalog for quite a bit of time. One thing is that this bag has a very large opening when you unlace it, so it is one of the easier bags to change out the bladder in. Also the price of this bag is very good and is a good $10 to $20 cheaper than some of Title's other speed bags.
This is not a beginner bag; it is actually smaller than the size would suggest. That said, I made the move on the extra large size --same brand,decent quality. This is where I need to start.
-Holds air efficiently and doesn't leak after extended periods of use
-Helps develop quick hands
-Good price for quality
-Top loop does not twist easily, bag stays straight during use
- Learning curve for normal speed use
going by the dimensions doesn't do it justice until you see the actual product inflated. overall, it's a nice bag for the set up conditions I needed it for.
I have it hanging from a swivel hook that I attached to a wooden board that I have attached to a chinning bar in a doorway.