pwning ninjas since 2004
Posted On:4/11/2004 1:36am
Style: Street Yoga
Alright, in anticipation of a sparring session with Taebo_Master, I need to get some MMA-type gloves.
I don't want to spend more than $45.
In your opinion, what gloves are the best and why?
Please don't post unless you have actually fought while wearing MMA gloves and know what you are talking about.
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you ninja fags just got owned in a bad way. this thread should go to the classics and mega thread forum due to the sheer size of taebo_master and gajusceaser's penis. (with which they just smacked across these ninja's faces)
This Classic Thread - http://www.bullshido.net/forums/showthread.php?s=&threadid=9653&perpage=15&pagenum ber=14
Posted On:4/11/2004 2:11am
Style: jits with hits
*cough* search *cough*
Also try http://sfuk.tripod.com/sfukreviews.html . Scroll down to "Gear".
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Seeker of Truth
Posted On:4/11/2004 4:46am
Style: Five Animal Fighting
A lot of the guys at the NorCal Throwdown had Harbinger gloves.
I have a pair of Twins gloves, I really like them. They appear to be on sale right now.
I have the pair shown on the bottom picture. Wastrel might have the same pair or the one on top. Incdiently the pictures seem to be reversed, I order the "Tgrap glove" thinking it was the one on the top and ended up getting the one on the bottom. I still like them though.
Posted On:4/11/2004 4:54am
When I fight, I like to use Ouanos that are a size too small. If you get a pair of Harbinger bag gloves and cut out the foam grip inside, you have pretty much the same thing.
Certified Fitness Trainer
Posted On:4/11/2004 4:56am
Style: Judo, Jujitsu
Don't bother with the gloves Gajus. I'll have you tapping in just under 4 seconds anyway..
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Posted On:4/11/2004 5:12am
I did do a search, Bunyip. The results were just not satisfactory. However, that website with the reviews is awesome. I am thinking about the Rogues, Harbingers, or possibly the Twins.
Posted On:4/11/2004 7:04am
Style: Earth DragonMMA
I'm trying to find gloves that would be good for kids/teens.....We fight (stand up) and grapple, but so far we have not done a NHB kind of format. A few months more, and they'll be in shape.
do you wrap/tape your hands in addition to using gloves, or is it just gloves?
I don't want these kids whacking their hands into meat......so help me out with some experience you might have. We use generic karate stuff when we fight stand up: foam dipped stuff, old boxing gloves, but I want to do this better.
The Man with No Neck
Posted On:4/11/2004 10:40am
Style: submission wrestling
KC (Stoogejitsu) really likes the Ouano's, I prefer the Ringside 'grappling gloves' (www.ringside.com). Century also makes some decent gloves. Ringsides are pretty durable and only cost about 25-30 dollars + shipping.
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Posted On:4/11/2004 11:21am
Style: EBMAS WT(& Prenatal Yoga)
I have a pair of Harbinger and Ringside grappling gloves.
IMHO, the Ringside gloves are as good or better and much cheaper.
Call Ringside and ask them to send a catalog. They often have better specials/prices than you can get from the website.
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Posted On:4/11/2004 12:54pm
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