Hello and welcome to BoxingGlovesReviews.com Today we are going to be counting down 2015’s
top 10 boxing gloves As rated by our boxing gloves reviews community.
Ranked at its 10th are TOP Kings Superstar Air gloves
Top King’s “AIR” gloves are a true workhorse made for punishing the heavy bag, focus mitts,
or heavy sparring while giving you the peace of mind that your hands and sparring partners
are nice and protected. Due to the padding, these would be great for those practicing
Muay Thai or Western boxing alike. At number 9 we have the Rival RS2V High Performance
sparring gloves. If you’re willing to spend a little more than
you normally would on the average pair of sparring gloves, you’ll be more than glad that you
did. The Rival RS2Vs are trusty pair of gloves and it bound to be your most reliable pair. They will
stick with you throughout the years without breaking down or falling to pieces. At number 8 are the Fairtex BVG1 boxing gloves. The quality and the vibrancy of the leather
is outstanding, it can easily rival the top brands. As a Thai glove these are great especially
for the cheap price point. At number 7 are the Ringside IMF Tech boxing
gloves. If you prefer softer, broken in gloves, it
would be best to skip these. They have great performance, quality, and a very good price point. And you really won’t be disappointed if you try them out. At number 6 are the Boon boxing gloves. Boons work well as either a bag glove, for
pad work, or for sparring with enough padding and wrist support to keep you hitting for extended periods. We’ve received many positive comments about others who have tried we assure you will too if you give them a try. At number 5 we have the Ring to Cage C-17s.
Ring to Cage was very successful in making a cheaper Winning alternative. The overall performance and design truly do match the Winning and it’s great for someone on a budget. At number 4 are the Hayabusa Tokushu boxing gloves. These gloves have incredible performance but
a high price tag. Some areas of the glove feel as though they have low quality materials,
such as the thumb, mesh and logo. And the 3rd place are the Twins BGVL-3 gloves.
They have outstanding padding but maybe at the point being too bulky for some people.
They take time to brake in, and they are perfect for the heavy bag, pad work and the practice
drills with partner. In 2nd place are the Cleto Reyes training
gloves. The hand-made leather designs rival some of
the best brand-names that you can buy on the market. They have minimum front padding, but
are some of the best training gloves that you can buy. Claiming the number 1 spot are the Winning boxing gloves.
These gloves knock the others out of the ring. They have perfect design and performance.
And no other glove can rival its protection its comfort. For more reviews like this visit BoxingGlovesReviews.com