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What You Should Know Before Buying Women’s Boxing Gloves August 14, 2019

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What You Should Know Before Buying Women’s Boxing Gloves, Honolulu, Hawaii

If you’ve tried women’s boxing and are ready to commit to the sport, you’ll need the proper gear. You might be surprised to learn there are many variations of boxing gloves. Prepare to navigate your choices by first reviewing the following factors.

3 Factors to Consider When Buying Women’s Boxing Gloves

1. Fit

Boxing gloves are categorized by weight, each one ranging from 6 to 18 ounces. The weight indicates how much padding the glove contains, which also lets you know its purpose. The more padding, the more impact the glove can absorb, so thicker gloves are usually worn for bag and weight training. Lighter gloves, on the other hand, are for sparring and matches. Keep in mind that a glove should fit snugly; using a loose one may lead to hand and wrist injuries.

2. Style

women's boxingThe style of the glove also ties into what you intend to do with them. Training gloves will suit you for most of the boxing regimen, whether you’re hitting a pad or an opponent. However, when facing a competitor, your gloves must have sufficient padding to avoid causing serious injury to them. If you box with a partner often, you may want to invest in sparring gloves. When building strength punching bags, you’ll want bag gloves to protect your hands. Once you’re ready for matches, look into fighting gloves.

3. Material

The gloves’ material will factor into its price point. At the least expensive end of the spectrum, vinyl is moderately durable and easy to clean, so it’s a good choice for the casual beginner. If you’re already passionate about women’s boxing, you may want to invest in quality leather gloves, which will last longer and get softer as you use them. There’s a certain charm to seeing the effects of your training break in the leather as well. You’ll also need to decide between laces or a velcro strap to cinch the gloves on your hands, which comes down to two considerations: convenience and security. Velcro is simple to fasten on your own, while you’ll likely need someone else’s help pulling the laces. On the other hand, laces tend to be safer since they can be tightened better.


When you’re looking for an opponent for your women’s boxing match, turn to TM Productions in Honolulu, HI. With over 11 years of experience, Tessa Moon is a talented boxer whose current record stands at 14 wins and only one loss. If you’re ready to challenge her, call (808) 291-7817 or contact her online.

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