Pro Boxing Gloves provide top-notch protection for an athletic boxer. The Pro Boxing Gloves from Giant has been designed to absorb impact and provide superior protection for brawlers of all ages. The Pro Boxing Gloves by Giant is guaranteed to keep you safe during an exciting boxing encounter.
The Giant 2.0 Pro Boxing Gloves offer a complete line of gloves that are designed for both amateur and professional use. The Giant 2.0 Pro Boxing Gloves offer the same high quality as all of the original Giant gloves, but they are offered in a number of different styles and colors. The new Pro Boxing Gloves by Giant is guaranteed to give any professional boxer that extra edge needed to compete. The durable fabric that is used to make these gloves will protect the hands and forearms from all types of blows that can be thrown at them during a boxing match. The new synthetic leather found under the top grain leather of these gloves is a good lining that leads to the absorption of the moisture from the sweat that is produced during a strenuous boxing match.
There is heavy wear and tear on the arms, wrists, and forearms of boxers who participate in boxing matches on a regular basis. This is why professional boxers wear protective headgear and arm guards. These protective items are not worn in every single boxing match, but when they are, these gloves are used to prevent damage and long-term damage to the participant's body. Unlike regular boxing gloves, the Pro Boxing Gloves by Giant is made of the highest quality leather available in the sport. This leather has been used throughout the years for many different types of protective gear, but it has proven to be particularly adept for use in boxing gloves.
These gloves feature a textured leather outer layer, which provides strong gripping ability even in the heaviest of workouts. They feature textured areas on the inside of the fingers and the palm of the hand, allowing these gloves to provide increased gripping force against any type of incoming blow. The fingers themselves are reinforced to ensure that they do not rip or tear as easily, or cause any type of injury to the user. They can also be used as regular boxing gloves, without any additional protective padding or gear.
Heavy Bag gloves are an optional extra that heavyweight boxers usually have to get to compete in certain competitions. These gloves help to protect the hands from being injured in the event that a heavy bag is thrown at them, or if they are struck by a heavy punch during a match. The leather used in these gloves is extremely tough, which is why many heavy bag gloves feature a lifetime guarantee against tearing. The heavy bag gloves come in a variety of weights, with some offering light padding to make handling them easier, and others featuring thicker padding, which is necessary for providing support. Most heavy bag gloves will offer wrist support as well, which helps to prevent the user's hand from being injured in case they are struck by a punch.
Training gloves, or mock rounds of sparring, are another type of pair of gloves that heavy-weight lifters use. These training gloves can be used for practice before a match, or as a warm-up before the actual competition. They provide a simulated training environment for fighters and are also used by some amateur fighters. Although they aren't typically used for competitive matches, they can still be very useful for improving speed and strength. MMA professionals also use these training gloves for practicing their grappling moves, ground fighting techniques, and other special moves that don't require a full-body uniform.
Self-defense training gloves, or those used in classroom lectures, are very similar to karate or kung fu training gloves. They are usually made out of soft material and have a small pouch in the front for storing chalk or other items that are used during class. Although these can be used for self-defense purposes, they are more often used as a form of warm-up or warm-down exercises before actual lessons. Most training gloves also include wrist straps to help hold them in place.
The last type of gloves is instructional or tutorial pairs. These training gloves, sometimes called tutorial or instructionals, were originally designed for the purpose of teaching aspiring boxers how to properly punch. They are very similar to training gloves but have a small amount of padding in the knuckle area to assist with teaching the boxer proper form. Although not meant for competitive use, they can still be very useful for improving techniques. Most professional boxers prefer to use these training gloves for instructional purposes.