Item #: PMBGE

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Regular Price: $199.99

Special Price: $69.99

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Traditional "long and lean" Mexican design with multi-layer padding for optimal shock absorption. An added memory foam layer delivers superior coverage. Selected from the finest leathers to offer an incredibly gifted training glove. Satin nylon hard compartment liner delivers a special feel to the athlete, while alleviating water absorption into the gloves. Extra wide leather wrap around wrist strap with Hook-N-Loop closure for a firm, supportive fit. Ideal for bag workouts and sparring.

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Customer Reviews

  • Overall Rating

    Owned For: 1 - 3 months

    Pros: Excellent build, high quality leather, extremely durable.

    Cons: Not as small as I thought.

    Comments: Great training/sparring gloves. They are rather stiff when you first get them and will need some break in time. They don't run as small as I thought. I ordered the 18 oz. and I will definitely buy a smaller pair when I need new gloves. With the build of these, that won't be for a very long time.

    (Posted on 12/31/2017)

  • Overall Rating

    Owned For: Less than a month

    Pros: Compact fit, feels like an extension of your hand
    Superior protection and comfort after a few sessions
    Quality material

    Cons: Stitching
    Initial fit
    Heavy sweat

    Comments: Overall great glove in almost all categories. Initially the glove will feel really tight, especially around the pollicis brevis muscles below the thumb, therefore the size of ones hand will definitely contribute to the overall feel and satisfaction of this glove. Personally my hands measure around 9.4 below the knuckle in circumference, so I decided to go with 18 oz taking into consideration handwraps and reviews saying they are a tight fit. At first they were definitely tight and did feel uncomfortable, but after a few sessions, I must say I am amazed by the break in. Not only is it easier to put on the glove but I now have some wiggle room and the protection feels great. The only two minor downsides is how tight the leather covering below thumb is (has become a tad better) as well as the accumulation of sweat after the workout. Overall I recommend the glove for its price especially if there is a sale!!

    (Posted on 9/18/2017)

  • Overall Rating

    Owned For: 3 - 6 months

    Pros: Light, Protective, Compact

    Cons: No real serious setbacks

    Comments: I just want to start by saying I fight professionally and these are the best gloves I've ever owned. My favorite thing about them is how compact they are. It literally feels like you have a slightly bigger hand instead of your hand shoved inside a ballooned out pillow. Despite their size, they offer fantastic protection. I've used them multiple times a day on both a heavy bag and mitts without a single problem in my wrist or hand, whereas with other gloves I would start to feel discomfort in both. Anything negative I have to say about these gloves is purely subjective, for example I wish the wrist was a little bigger. I like these gloves so much I'm buying a second pair for sparring. Can't beat this quality for the price.

    (Posted on 4/17/2017)

  • Overall Rating

    Owned For: 1 - 3 months

    Pros: Great feel, protection, well-made.

    Cons: Heavy sweat will cause some dye to stain the logo fabric.

    Comments: Great construction, excellent price for puncher's gloves. These gloves are actually smaller than Reyes gloves. The feel may not be for everybody but if you're familiar with Mexican gloves, then these are worth a shot.

    (Posted on 8/2/2016)

  • Overall Rating

    Owned For: 1+ years

    Pros: Comfort, durability, protection.

    Cons: Lack of color/weight options, at worst.

    Comments: These are the best bag gloves I've ever had. I am really happy with the durability. The inside lining is still intact, as is the Velcro and seams. I've put these gloves through a TON of work and they've protected my hands the whole way through. Thank you, ProMex for this product.

    (Posted on 3/13/2016)