Muay Thai Boxing Gloves

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#12
R-6 Boxing Gloves for Men & Women Sparring Heavy Punching Bag MMA Muay Thai Kickboxing Mitts (Black, 16 OZ)

R-6 Boxing Gloves for Men & Women Sparring Heavy Punching Bag MMA Muay Thai Kickboxing Mitts (Black, 16 OZ)

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#13
Best Boxing & Kick Boxing Gloves for Men and Women, Training & Sparring Gloves for Pro Fighters, Complimentary Hand Wraps and Mesh Bag (16, Black on Black)

Best Boxing & Kick Boxing Gloves for Men and Women, Training & Sparring Gloves for Pro Fighters, Complimentary Hand Wraps and Mesh Bag (16, Black on Black)

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#23
Flexzion Kids Boxing Gloves for 3 to 8 Years, 4 oz Fire Black Youth Boxing Gloves Punching Gloves for Kids Sparring Training Mitts Punching Bag Junior Gloves for Kickboxing, MMA, Muay Thai, Training

Flexzion Kids Boxing Gloves for 3 to 8 Years, 4 oz Fire Black Youth Boxing Gloves Punching Gloves for Kids Sparring Training Mitts Punching Bag Junior Gloves for Kickboxing, MMA, Muay Thai, Training

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#24
Twins Special Leather Boxing Gloves - BGVL-3 - w/Velcro Wrist Strap (Black, 16oz)

What to Look For When Choosing Muay Thai Boxing Gloves

When you are looking at Muay Thai Boxing gloves, you need to consider the rules and regulations governing this style of boxing. There are three major governing bodies in Thailand that all guarantee that the fighters wear the proper gloves when they are competing. These are the Thailand Fighting Association (TFA), The Royal University of Muay Thai (RUMMA) and the Thailand Sports Council (TSC). All three of these organizations will be able to provide you with a list of approved vendors who will be able to supply your fighter with the gloves that they are required to have before each match. There are also several brands that are not sanctioned by any of these organizations but that have become popular among younger fighters.

One of the most popular Muay Thai brands is the Okawa brand. Some of the best selling gloves by this brand include the endurance muay thai boxing gloves, the solid hand, and the premium quality premium foam padding. The endurance muay thai boxing gloves are known for their thick and heavy foam padding. This foam padding has two shock absorbing layers that work together to reduce the impact force on the fighter's hands and forearms. It also provides for superior comfort and durability.

Another brand you may want to consider is K-boxing. They are a huge hit in Thailand and are the choice of many of the local fighters. You can also find leather gloves by this brand that feature a durable yet lightweight material. Some of the best fighters in Thailand use this leather as their main material in their Muay Thai gloves. In fact, some of the Thai fighters prefer this type of padding because it is very durable and offers a lightweight feel without sacrificing too much weight.

Hayabusa is another manufacturer of Muay Thai gloves that have proven themselves time again to be excellent. The durability of their foam is one of a kind, and they boast a lifetime warranty against cracking or warping. Hayabusa also uses only the highest quality leather in all of their gloves. There are also a few MMA and Combat sports enthusiasts who have been purchasing Hayabusa gear since they first started producing muay thai gloves years ago.

The brands mentioned above have a combined history of producing gloves for Muay Thai fighters. Each of these brands prides itself for being able to provide high quality muay thai gloves at a great price. Because of the great demand for Muay Thai boxing gloves in Thailand, you will find that prices are extremely competitive. If you're willing to take the time to compare prices between different brands, you could end up saving quite a bit of money. Just make sure that you are getting a durable brand and that you are getting the best deals possible!

As far as choices go, you really can't go wrong with either Danskin or Hayabusa. Danskin has a couple different styles of gloves available, including a thick closed cell foam pair and a thin closed cell foam pair. The Danskin Thigh Master is the best muay thai gloves if you need something that is going to keep your wrist protected from strikes, but you can expect it to be a little on the heavy side. Hayabusa offers several different styles of gloves, including a leather wrist guard, a leather sleeve, and a vinyl elbow pad. All of these pairs are very popular with Muay Thai fighters.

When selecting a Muay Thai Fighting Glove, you should pay special attention to the padding. While Muay Thai gloves come in a variety of thicknesses, you want to be especially careful with the padding in your knuckles. Since you will be punching quite a bit it makes sense to make sure that your hands do not hurt when they hit the hard plastic of a heavy bag. The padding is also important because Muay Thai fighters often cut their hands during fights. If you cut yourself on the padding your hand will heal very quickly, but if you don't then you risk cutting your hand open or possibly having a permanent cut. Make sure the padding is thick and has plenty of room for your hand to move.

The final major consideration for choosing the proper Muay Thai Boxing Gloves is whether you want your gloves to be flexible or hard. Although most gloves today are flexible, there are a couple of benefits to using hard Muay Thai Boxing Gloves. In particular, some fighters like the feel of a leather glove, while others like the flexibility of flexible gloves. You may want to test a few different pairs before deciding which one you like best!