The couple of days ago. I search for information on the Winning Training Boxing Gloves 16oz, so i have to tell.
After two years of use the run-of-the-mill gloves that are essentially with each subscription boxing gym nowadays, I injured my hand hit the heavy bag. My doctor/trainer/all recommended that a better glove was needed to protect hands from injury or re-injury. After a lot of research, I settled on a pair of gloves winning training (Velcro, 14 oz for me-small hands). It was a huge investment, but I decided to break my hand and being out of Commission would be a major investment. I'm not sorry. the gloves were comfortable from the get-go (no break) and although I'm not 100% healed, they provided sufficient protection for me to go back to class without re-injuring myself. I don't know if I would have really pulled out on these expensive gloves before my injury, but wish that someone had suggested to me that I do, so here I am suggesting that gloves update. I am in no way a serious Boxer. I go to the gym for classes 3 times a week and do work glove with a coach one day, but I'm not a fighter or a spar-er. Anyway, I kinda like my hands in their original condition, non-broken. so, one more time. If you find that you hit harder than when you started boxing (which was the case for me), you really should upgrade the gloves to save your hands. you will not regret buying these gloves-are large. Boxing, all happy.