Training & Sparring Gloves

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There are a few characteristics to look for when considering what type of sparring or training glove is best for you. Both styles can have some similarities and some distinct differences.

Most training gloves are meant to be used for bag work or as sparring gloves. It’s not ideal to use one pair interchangeably for both, because dust, oil and other materials from bags can rub off onto the gloves and then come in contact with your sparring partner’s eyes. So, why wouldn’t you just buy bag gloves or sparring gloves then? For one, training gloves tend to contain slightly softer padding than bag gloves. Some fighters also prefer the convenience of a hook and loop strap closure rather than having to lace them up.

However, the distinction of traditional sparring gloves is that they lace up, so there is no concern of velcro scraping or scratching a fighter’s sparring partner.

Most training gloves are designed with this as a consideration as well and have a built in “channel” that the strap sits in to lessen the chance of that happening. Having said that, some coaches just won’t take that chance, even considering the convenience of a hook and loop strap.

Aside from the lace up closure, sparring gloves also contain softer, open cell foam padding that is safer and helps absorb impact better. The idea of good, well-made sparring gloves is to reduce the chance of injury, so that when the two athletes are sparring, they can work together more effectively. By lessening the force of the blows, and reducing the severity of contact, this will allow both fighters to practice longer. That can also translate into being better conditioned and, in some instances, having longer competitive boxing careers.

Special care should be taken to keep any sparring gloves for boxing clean and free from any oil, blood, or particles that could compromise the safety of your sparring partner. Yes, it might be a competitive situation, but sportsmanship and mutual respect must play a part in this crucial training exercise.

Safe sparring, with the right type of boxing glove, maintained properly, will allow you to learn more in practice so you can have a better experience in the ring.

FAQs



Lace is best for sparring, but Velcro is easier for on and off use. If you go with Velcro, you should try to select a style with an inset channel for the Velcro strap to sit in. This reduces the chance of Velcro scratching you or your partner.



The foam should be a softer sponge foam and they should have laces or an inset Velcro strap with no metal exposure from a D-ring.



The glove should weigh 4-6 ounces more than the weight of the gloves you compete in. This helps build speed and power while providing added protection for you and or your sparring partner.



Traditionally, leather gloves have lasted longer but new technology in synthetic leathers have improved the longevity of those as well. For sparring, leather is a little more forgiving.




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