Gloves

Designed with the fighter in mind, TITLE Boxing gloves provide protection and performance that sets the industry standard. Our wide variety provides the best boxing gloves for all uses and numerous combat sports. The many choices of bag gloves, competition gloves, professional boxing gloves, sparring gloves, fitness gloves, women’s gloves, and youth gloves make us the undisputed champions. When it comes to winning boxing gloves, in the gym, and in the ring, TITLE Boxing is the only REAL choice.
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Black/Red
1 color available

$16.99 $32.99

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$34.99 $49.99

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3 colors available

$59.99 $79.99

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Black
3 colors available

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Black/White
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$99.99 $196.05

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$99.99 $196.05

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$59.99 $79.99

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$44.99

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Although your choice of which style of boxing glove to buy should be based on design, intended use, and comfort, the most important decision should be determined by personal preference.

The best boxing gloves to use for your fitness workout or training typically fall into one of several categories.

The first are bag gloves, which are primarily used for punching the bag or mitts. The best boxing gloves for bag work are constructed with multi-layer padding. Because of the foam layers bag gloves have a firmer feel and greater durability. This helps the gloves last longer and withstand the countless number of rounds that a fighter puts in on the heavy bag.

Next, are training gloves, which can be interchangeable between bags, partner drills, or even some sparring. These have softer padding, so that if contact is made with another boxer, there is less risk of injury.

The third option is sparring gloves, which are almost exclusively used for going head-to-head with another fighter, with the purpose of becoming more accustomed to what it feels like to compete. This style of boxing glove almost always has a lace-up design and soft foam padding, to avoid exposure to Velcro or other abrasive closures.

Another type of boxing glove to consider are kids boxing gloves. These usually fall under their own specific category because of their use. The best boxing gloves for younger boxers or kids are much smaller and well-padded for greater safety. A boxing glove that properly fits and protects smaller hands is critical, because younger boxers have more fragile bones and they are still growing.

The more you can use each type of boxing glove for their intended use, whether for bags, general training, or sparring, the greater benefit you are likely to experience throughout your training.

FAQs



We have a glove sizing chart you can refer to here TITLE Boxing Size Charts.



It depends on user preference. Velcro are easier to use because you can put on or take off without help. Lace gloves typically are used for sparring as replicate a pro fight glove, can have a snug fit and using lace means no Velcro exposure so less risk of scratching your sparring /training partner.



This depends mostly on how much you use them and how well you take care of them. Some outside factors like leather vs synthetic material should be considered but in general we recommend replacing gloves every 8-9 months. Here are some great articles about caring for and replacing your gear: When To Replace Your Boxing Gear (titleboxing.com)and Caring for Your Equipment (titleboxing.com)




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