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Old 05-14-2011, 02:46 AM   #31
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I use mine for the heavybag and pad work as well so they're used 5-10 rounds a day and I haven't noticed any change in the padding. They really are excellent gloves.
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Old 05-14-2011, 06:59 PM   #32
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I have used all sorts of gloves and I have gave you some good information . Maybe one day I will post a picture of my glove collection if I get around to it. The oldest I have is a 1980 pair of Seyer.
seyers=reyes backwards are they not the same company just changed there name my coach mention this to me before
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Old 05-15-2011, 04:01 PM   #33
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Winning makes gel pads to put in your wraps, $18 for a pair shipped.

I can fit them under my wraps and comfortably in a pair of Grant Campeon Bag gloves, can't hardly feel any impact even when I dig in a bodyshot on my rock-bag.

I'd try those out first and see if they can get you by.

That said, I'm still keeping my eyes open for used 12oz and 16oz Winnings. Drop 300-400 bucks on those and never have to worry about my hands again....sort of want.

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Casanovas can be gotten down that way and off the internet. From what I hear they're like casts with the wrist support, big hand pocket, but not much padding. Maybe throw those pads or sponges/guaze into your wraps and they'd make some good bag gloves. I'm thinking about giving them a try sometime, but I'm totally satisfied with the Grant Campeon's.
DEFINITELY recommend the Winning NG-2 gel knuckle guards.

Best $18 i have ever spent.

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I actually used to have a pair of 16oz winning gloves, just to try em out.
I was really impressed by them in terms of comfort and protection, but I just needed the money back so i returned them.

I now use the Winning NG-2 gel knuckle guards with my 16oz everlast pro training gloves and 16oz ringside imf tech training gloves, and the protection is similar to using 16oz winning gloves now.
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