Top 10

Best Boxing Gloves

June 2019

The Best Boxing Gloves by Community Votes

ProductVoteProductPrice
Hayabusa T3 Boxing Gloves Review
Votes+56

Hayabusa T3 Boxing Gloves Review

Overall, the Hayabusa T3s are an amazing, well designed and good quality gloves. They last, they support and they look ...

$129.99 SEE IT
2 Fairtex BGV1 Boxing Gloves
Votes+49

Fairtex BGV1 Boxing Gloves

Fairtex gloves are perfect for bag and pad work. The wraparound hook and loop wristband is easy to use and designed to ...

$74.95 SEE IT
3 Venum Elite Boxing Gloves
Votes+49

Venum Elite Boxing Gloves

The triple density foam, a well designed, well constructed and long lasting glove with cool looking aesthetic and ...

$79.99 SEE IT
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4 Winning Boxing Gloves
Votes+39

Winning Boxing Gloves

I haven't used any glove that can rival my MS-500s. Winning found a way to design and create the most perfect glove. ...

$535.00 SEE IT
5 Venum Challenger 2.0 Boxing Gloves
Votes+38

Venum Challenger 2.0 Boxing Gloves

Premium Synthetic Leather provides great durability, and a large velcro wrist strap keeps them locked in place during ...

$49.99 SEE IT
6 Cleto Reyes Hook & Loop Boxing Gloves
Votes+38

Cleto Reyes Hook & Loop Boxing Gloves

Cleto Reyes Hook and Loop gloves provides the same leather strap with hook-and-loop closure for a firm and quicker ...

$179.99 SEE IT
7 TITLE Boxing Pro Style Training Gloves
Votes+35

TITLE Boxing Pro Style Training Gloves

TITLE Pro style training gloves has Multi-layer foam over the fist and back of hand helping to absorb shock and a top ...

$39.99 SEE IT
8 Twins BGVL-3 Boxing Gloves
Votes+30

Twins BGVL-3 Boxing Gloves

Twins Special BGVL-3 Muay Thai Gloves with velcro wrist strap for full security, ideal for quick wear and take off. ...

$88.80 SEE IT
9 RDX Ego Boxing Gloves
Votes+23

RDX Ego Boxing Gloves

A high quality pair of Maya Hide™ gloves. These are some of the best faux leather boxing gloves on the market in my ...

$45.49 $60.96 SEE IT
10 TITLE Gel World Bag Gloves
Votes+19

TITLE Gel World Bag Gloves

Extremely durable and comfortable gloves makes them one of the best if not the best gloves for a heavy bag available ...

$129.99 SEE IT


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#1 Editor's Choice/Best Overall
Runner-Up, Best for Sparring
Best for Pad/Bag Work
Best for the Price
Best for Muay Thai
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Winning Boxing Gloves

Winning Gloves

Ringside IMF Tech Pro Fight Gloves

Ringside IMF Tech Pro Fight Gloves

Title Gel World V2T Gloves

Title Gel World V2T Bag Gloves

Ringside Apex Flash Gloves

Ringside Apex Flash Gloves

Top King Super Star AIR Gloves

Top King Super Star AIR Gloves

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Bottom Line
Winning found a way to design and create the most perfect pair of gloves. From the beautiful look to the incredible performance these gloves really are just perfection. There is no glove that will protect your hand better than a Winning and there is also no glove that will give you this much comfort. The striking surface is very compact and the light weight makes it so you can really whip your punches. To say the least though these a very good gloves for the price. Their performance, quality, almost everything justifies the price and you really won't be disappointed if you try them out. In short conclusion my favorite pair of gloves for a heavy bag thus far, is definitely the Title Gel V2T. They offer the best amount of comfort and protection from intense and long periods. And in my opinion offer the best bang for your buck for any glove that is currently on the market. Ringside Apex Flash Sparring gloves are a good choice of boxing glove as they offer good support, protection and comfort. They are durable and long lasting. Apex Sparring gloves are perfect for all round use whether its bag work, sparring or padwork. The use of IMF padding (molded foam) technology gives this glove a unique feel and protection. Due to the padding, these would be great for those practicing Muay Thai, boxing or any other mart arts. Buyers with previous hand issues should also check these out or anyone in general who wants a glove that will set them apart from the crowd while giving them the performance to match.
Pros
Cons
  • Hand compartment is snug
  • The velcro version's velco is very small and just out place
  • Expensive
  • No palm vent holes
  • Tedious to break in
  • Foams not ideal for sparring
  • Rough tag on liner
  • More expensive than most gloves
  • Non multi-purpose
  • No ventilation
  • The IMF padding tends to soften after many uses and this slightly affects protection.
  • Velcro wrist support could be longer for more wrist protection
  • Mesh palm could scratch training partner during clinching
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