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  • Why buy boxing gloves?
    •  A no-brainer for any boxing, Muay Thai, or kickboxing fan. Whether you want to take up boxing as a hobby or want to get in the ring and fight, the first thing you will need to do is buy boxing gloves. They will keep your hands and wrists safe as you hit the bag, letting you train harder for longer. Padding helps protect you and your training partners, allowing you to train harder in the long run. Just make sure you get the right size for your needs!
  • What are the costs of boxing gloves?
    • Buying boxing gloves online will be the most cost effective way to make your purchase. The prices range depending on what brand, make and material you decide to go for. At Fight Gear Direct you can be sure that our entire range is genuine, has the best prices, and has impeccable quality. Gloves range from anywhere between $34.95 (for a basic pair that’s used for everyday training) to $545 (limited edition gloves). 
  • What are the types of boxing gloves?
    • There are 3 different types of boxing gloves. Training gloves, sparring gloves, and competition/fight gloves. Training and sparring gloves are more padded and are typically 16oz or larger. If you’ve just started out, we recommend opting for 16 oz gloves as they maximise protection. Fighting gloves, depending on if you are an amateur or professional will weigh much less and have less padding (8oz to 12oz). As you become more experienced with your striking, you can venture down this path.
  • What are the most popular boxing gloves?
    • Our best-sellers say it all! Aussies are loving Fairtex, Twins Special and Arwut. A few other honourable mentions include, Adidas, Punch and TKO Gear. The market is flooded with many different brands, so keep an eye out for the ones mentioned above and you won’t be disappointed.
  • What size boxing glove should you get for pad or mitt training?
    • There is no definitive answer to this question, as the ideal weight of boxing gloves for pad/mitt training will vary depending on the individual's size, strength, and Mma training goals. However, most experts agree that 14-16 oz gloves are a good choice for most people. These gloves are heavy enough to provide adequate padding and protection, but not so heavy that they will tire out your arms during training. If you are unsure what size or weight of glove is right for you, it is best to try out a few different pairs to see what feels comfortable and provides the best results.
  • What size boxing glove should you get for boxing bag training?
    • There are a few things to consider when deciding what weight boxing glove to get for boxing bag training. First, think about the size of the boxing bag. If the bag is small, you'll want a lighter glove so you can move around more easily. If the bag is large, you'll want a heavier glove to provide more resistance. Second, consider the type of training you'll be doing. If you're planning on doing a lot of bodywork, you'll want a lighter glove so you can throw more punches. If you're focusing on speed and accuracy, you'll want a heavier glove to help build up your endurance. Finally, think about your own strength and fitness level. A heavier glove will be more challenging, but if you're up for the challenge, it can help you see even better results. Ultimately, the best weight for your boxing gloves will be determined by your own unique goals and preferences.





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