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Old 07-03-2007, 12:32 PM   #31
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16 oz, get a good solid model and run with it.. Let me know how they are.. I grew up on a street called Lonsdale so I may get some just for kicks... Let me know how they work out.
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Old 07-03-2007, 12:41 PM   #32
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16 oz, get a good solid model and run with it.. Let me know how they are.. I grew up on a street called Lonsdale so I may get some just for kicks... Let me know how they work out.

Cheers skipdog thats good i think there meant to be decent brand ill let u know what there like , outta interest would you go for the tradition leather brown or the super pro training ones. I love the look of the traditional ones but obv not gunna get them if the pro training are better
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Old 07-03-2007, 12:51 PM   #33
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Right sorry i meant the title traditional brown. are they a good make? They are 55 or the lonsdales are 60 for the super pro training and theres the everlast super training (what everyone calls the good ones) for 75. So out of those which are the best made and calue for money basicall, sorry to be a pain i can afford these now but wont be gettin new ones anytime soon so i want some advice cheers guys
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Old 07-03-2007, 12:55 PM   #34
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Get the Lonsdales, made in UK right? Do sumpin for your own peeps G.
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Get the Lonsdales, made in UK right? Do sumpin for your own peeps G.
haha yeh suppose , iv got a lonsdale tank top so thats all the charity there gettin, no they do look good tho there probably same as teh everlast but with lonsdale written on them lol and there 15 cheaper, are title not that good? They look sick in that traditional colour.
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Old 07-03-2007, 03:12 PM   #36
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Iv gone full circle now and im back thinkin bout gettin the everlast , im not arsed bout puttin money with my own people.

Just want to know one thing EVERLAST or TITLE ? whats better do you think? Cos theres a pair of title that look good but there called sparing gloves, are these basically the same as pro training gloves? It sounds stupid but i dont want to buy sparing gloves if there no good for the heavy bag . IM pretty sure i know the answer anyways. Finally if title are better any one got a particular model theyd recomend? Im looking at the traditional style but i dont know if they are any good.

Sorry to be a pain but once this last things answerd ill buy and this thread can go lol!
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