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Fighter 09-11-2006 11:36 PM

Looking for some MMA Gloves
 
Ive been searching for a nice set of bag MMA gloves like these Century ones I posted below or some Ouano Light/Med bag gloves. I hear these are EXCELLENT for bag and grappling training. If anyone else has had any experience with these or ones better please let me know. Thank you!


Evil 09-12-2006 04:30 PM

I would recommend Rogue MMA gloves, they fit great and have very high quality

Rogue Competition Pro Gloves - MMAUniverse.com

Check them out

Fighter 09-12-2006 05:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Evil
I would recommend Rogue MMA gloves, they fit great and have very high quality

Rogue Competition Pro Gloves - MMAUniverse.com

Check them out

TheyLook Awesome, Thanks For The Help:D

stephanie 09-17-2006 12:15 PM

fairtex
 
maybe u should try fairtex gloves i have spoke to a few fighters on gloves and they all say fairtex some had tryed century did not get on with them

Easye1982 09-17-2006 01:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Evil
I would recommend Rogue MMA gloves, they fit great and have very high quality

Rogue Competition Pro Gloves - MMAUniverse.com

Check them out


I have to say I like the wrist wrap on those gloves. The century ones looks to me like they would "unvelcro" if you try to snatch your arm out of an attempted armbar.

The gloves I use have a pull down cover over top of the velcro wrap. So its a little hard to put the glove on, but it makes sure that it wont come loose during any fight.

Evil 09-17-2006 05:33 PM

Ive been using them for 2 years and they have never failed at anything, The logo on the hands are gone but thats it. As far as quality goes i have never had any better

Evil 09-18-2006 03:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stephanie
maybe u should try fairtex gloves i have spoke to a few fighters on gloves and they all say fairtex some had tryed century did not get on with them

I bought a pair of 10 oz openhanded fairtex gloves and they sucked, They fit very badly and hurt your hands when you punch. The quality isnt great either

SlammedSL1 09-27-2006 08:43 PM

how do they size these gloves?

what measurements from my hands do I take?

Onganju 09-27-2006 11:10 PM

To size the gloves correctly, I believe you measure the width of your hand across the knuckles. The sizes go:

S/M = 3 3/8" knuckle width or smaller

M/L = 3 3/8" - 3 3/4" knuckle width

L/XL = 3 3/4" or bigger knuckle width

Knuckle width is the measurement across palm of hand.

Standard grappling/MMA gloves should be 4 oz. Too much bigger, and you're more looking at JKD or MT Clinch Gloves. Whatever you're looking at, I would definitely suggest that you make sure to get an open-palm style. There are a lot of wrist-wrap gloves that have the center piece to offer padding for striking, but completely take away from being able to grapple effectively.

I hope that helps.

Evil 10-25-2006 06:23 PM

I just stumbled over this page and they have most of everything, check it out

Paragon Martial Arts MMA Gloves


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