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    bag gloves

    i have been training kickboxing for about a year now and i just cant find a good pair of bags gloves. so far ive gone through 2 pairs of everlast bag gloves, a pair of century bag gloves and i just bought a pair of combat sport bag gloves but i am holding off on using them until my knuckle heels up all nice. I have already broke my dominate middle knuckle twice, so my question is what is one of the best gloves for heavy bag training (protection wise).
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    a decent pair of 14 oz gloves and handwraps. if you dont have wraps then your just injuring yourself for no reason.
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    Its all about handwraps.Gloves are gloves, and u get what u pay for. So invest in some hand wraps with knuckle protecters.Check out Title Boxing they have all u need a good prices.If not just take time and use Tape and Gauze biuld up knucks.

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    I always loved wraps over gloves, I only box for a touch of cardio every once and while though.

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    i use them everlast mexican wraps, but that knuckle protector/gauze thing sounds like a good idea.
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    i think ive figured it out, i went online and found different ways to wrap and i found that my way probably slipped when i put the gloves on so im gonna try usesing the wrap in between the fingers method.
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    i had the same problems dude. i use everlast wraps and everlast blue 14 oz gloves with the velcro strap. I have not had a problem with these wraps or gloves, i would fully reccomend them to anyone who wants to spar, or box etc. I started out literally using the skin thin no padding practice gloves to hit the heavy bag with and my hands were broken and soooooooooo sore and scabbed up, but now since i broke them in they're tougher than ever and never break open. My hands don't get too sore either which is a plus.

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