do they do 10 oz` ones ?
I don't know. These are the only ones I have. I would try their website.
@styx2413 they should yes search on ebay
How are they for bag/pad work?
comment, i would say all mma brand shin guards gloves headgear etc are total crap. they are fancy for the sake of being fancy and are made to look nicer then thy are padded.Pretty awful products, ive had hayabusa shinguards and gloves when i started adn they are jsut awful. Stick with boxing equipment grant winning etc and aswell topking and twins puts all hayabusa products to shame
no offence though i wasnt trying to be a douche, just try the products i mentioned you will be able to feel the difference. top king is an extremely high quality and cheap product
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any other brands? to be honest the only boxing brand i know of is everlast and theyre shit sucks horribly.
The Tokushu gloves are awesome looking.
I think I'm going to save up to get a pair.
Black and burnt crimson probably.
the thumb looks like it's getting jacked
try Ringside, Top Contender, Twins, Lonsdale, Rival, Tuf-Wear
you sounds like Nick Diaz, are you Nick Diaz?
LOL excatly what i thought
I think this is Nick Diaz
ive tried these gloves, they look cool but they arent that great. Quality wise they are ok, feel and comfort they arent that great, they feel funny and are way to hard for sparring. inexperienced company and it reflect on their products. noobs tend to buy these gloves because they advertise a lot and look cool.
did you say 115$ ? where did you get them ?
Check out my review of the tokushu series gloves
i was wondering how come i see some with the ripples on the top and some with out i really want to know the difference befor i buy a pair
man I just got into boxing & bought a pair of Venom boxing gloves. Wish I knew about these, love the old school brown leather.
Do you still have thoses gloves? if so how are they holding up ?
they are great quality but feel strange on the hand for me.
2 pairs of gloves in my gear bag: for heavy bag my hayabusa pro sparring (2012 design white w/ black peregrine). for sparring ring to cage c17.– hayabusa's still in great condition. absolutely tops for anyone with wrist issues. currently best heavy bag gloves in my arsenal, hands down. back in 2012 were fantastic low profile punchers glove for sparring. kanpeki is only leather gear hayabusa makes. but the mylar (fake leather) on my 2012's held up impeccably (no splits, scuffs or tears, just some dirt that wipes off with clorox). my only complaint was the fake leather seemed to be a mold magnet; my friend's genuine leather kanpeki's did not have mold issues whatsoever. and I was militant about wiping my gloves with clorox after each session. another negative is short thumbs; thumbs top out in the hayabusa's but not a deal breaker for me. hayabusa quality is good for the money.– These days prefer my RTC C17's for sparring (sparring partners agree). RTC C17 is modeled after Winning gloves, at a fraction of the price. Nice leather and padding to protect your sparring partner. RTC quality is also very good for the price.
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