Cartoonhd Customer reviews Twins Special Muay Thai Boxing Gloves BGVLA Air Flow - 12 Oz. orange/black:Cartoonhd
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Customer reviews Twins Special Muay Thai Boxing Gloves BGVLA Air Flow - 12 Oz. orange/black:Cartoonhd

Twins special
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Twins special Published in October 18, 2018, 5:35 pm
Customer reviews Twins Special Muay Thai Boxing Gloves BGVLA Air Flow - 12 Oz. orange/black:Cartoonhd

Customer reviews Twins Special Muay Thai Boxing Gloves BGVLA Air Flow - 12 Oz. orange/black:Cartoonhd

Price:£77.00+ £5.50 shipping

Harley K
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Harley K Reply to on 3 August 2016
For mid-level, high quality boxing gloves, you'd be hard pressed to look beyond a solid pair of twins special (unless you want to go a step further and invest in a pair of grants or cleto reyes but they will set you back a WEDGE).

First of all the look. I bought these in a unique black and luminous green and I feel really proud of them when I take them out and use them at my muay thai gym. Brand new, you can smell the quality of the leather and it is a supple, sturdy leather, oozing high-quality.I bought the 16oz as I'm quite a big lad and they looked bigger then the 16oz lonsdales I used previously (which I would NOT recommend whatsoever). This is obviously great for guarding, blocking and parrying, but trying to penetrate tight gaps quickly can sometimes be harder then it should be. In this case, I would recommend the 14oz' as they are marginally smaller and more penetrative but of course, you'll be less protected when guarding. The padding on the front of the glove is significant and straight and your hands feel like they're being hugged by clouds when your punching. The wrist strap is massive and as the glove itself sits quite low on the arm, your wrist feels locked into place, crucial when hooking or throwing uppercuts.

Next the feel and use of the gloves. One thing you must realise - they are TIGHT when you first put them on, even without wraps. Don't let this sway, in fact you should have faith that these are a sign of a great quality glove. The place for the thumb is a great place to be and feels SO secure, giving you the most amazing confidence in striking with full commitment and force. The fact that the wrist straps lie so low on the arm does wonders for the support of your whole fist and protects you when throwing power punches and combos.

I can't speak highly enough about this glove. I'm going to Thailand next year (where these gloves are made) and I'm going to buy a couple more pairs because I love them so much. If your on the fence when choosing your next set of boxing gloves, you can't go wrong with a decent set of twins.
Amazon Customer
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Amazon Customer Reply to on 12 July 2017
I've been training muay thai for a long time and I've always found Twins gear to be the best quality. I have Twins shin guards and Twins shorts and they've both lasted through years of abuse.

16oz gloves are well padded and comfortable, especially if you have large hands like me although they may take a few uses to fully break in and for the leather to become more supple.

Anyways, these are well worth the money. Highly recommended.
Michael S.
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Michael S. Reply to on 17 September 2017
These are top quality gloves. Only thing I would have expected, which is not a major issue but more of a feedback, is for the gloves to fit my hand better. I am a thin guy and I don't feel my hands tight wearing those, even with wraps on. If they were a tad smaller they would be perfect.
Jon Boy
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Jon Boy Reply to on 28 July 2018
I bought these as a step up from slightly cheaper gloves and as an alternative to the very expensive gloves you can get. They are brilliant quality, very comfortable and very well made. I got 16 ouncers and they protect my hands and wrists way better than my previous gloves, no wonder they get great reviews. I think these will last me years. Highly recommended.
Cameron
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Cameron Reply to on 16 April 2015
I do JKD and use these for sparring. Very good gloves. They are a little it big on the grip bar inside of you have slightly smaller hands and the wrist cuffs are a little too big. If you use hand wraps this shouldn't be an issue. They are decent cloves and I don't feel the need to use wraps as they offer good protection
Camone
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Camone Reply to on 3 April 2018
Good quality, and gives good support when hitting the bag and sparring. Much better than the last gloves I had (Venum)
Hannah
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Hannah Reply to on 10 February 2016
I really like these gloves. They are quite hard but once you get used to them they are fine. Quite a snug fit once I have my wraps on and I have quite small hands but perfect for me. I have the 16oz gloves but they appear slightly larger than other 16oz but that didn't make a difference to me. They look smart too. Will have to see how long these ones last! Have been told by many these are a good make. I would definitely recommend :)
CB
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CB Reply to on 4 November 2017
Love these gloves. Twins are generally bigger than other MT glove brands, but as I use these on a heavy bag, they give loads of protection and cushioning for even the hardest shots, they feel like pillows on my hands.
Ray Chawke
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Ray Chawke Reply to on 24 February 2018
I got the 14oz gloves from KimMinHui. Be aware they are in Thailand, I only realized this after I made the order. However, glad to say the gloves arrived 2 weeks earlier than expected and are fantastic quality for a good price. I mainly use them for sparring/training. Nice to look at, comfortable and well padded. Great,
Machinist
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Machinist Reply to on 9 August 2018
Good quality gloves, but unhappy littlw bit, cause receiving without box...for that money it's have to box
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