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  1. Odacon is offline
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    I'd say nearest you'll get is a small woman's sized one.
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    How small of a kid?
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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Lau
    How small of a kid?
    The older one, about 60-70 lbs; the youngest about 50.

    They've got some old, beat-up boxing gloves their dad picked up an a yard sale - the state they're in I'm not sure they do much good for punching drills.

    I have found one supplier, out of Chicago, that offers child size MMA gloves, but I can't find much about the brand name (Bee) - so I haven't bothered ordering yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryno
    I also like the CSI pro style grappling gloves. A bit less padding than the training gloves, but a hell of a lot more than many competition gloves. They've got a very nice feel, and good high quality foam that absorbs shock, which is good for training.
    While I'm thinking about it- one of my complaints about the Century gloves is that the thumb loop has too much slack - I'm worried about snagging someones finger. How are these?

    Or would a thumb-strapless glove be better?
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    Who makes the Best MMA gloves? Online site?

    Hello all,
    trying to find some new gloves, and I figured with all the people on here they would have some good feedback.

    I tried searching "Best MMA gloves" but got so many results ...

    also apologize that this might be in the wrong place.
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    Combatsports.com has an excellent selection but horrid shipping times and costs.
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    I'll throw in a good word for Primetime Level 4 MMA gloves. If I get around to it, I'll do a more complete review. For now I'll just say that while working in light/medium MMA sparring (jabs plus take downs and grappling) my partner didn't get pissed at the jabs and I hardly noticed I was wearing the gloves. (Then again, I'm usually wearing 16 oz boxing gloves, so these MMA gloves were bound to feel very liberating.)

    Here's the link: http://nextmovegear.com/fight/index....a505a6d726cdb2

    Their customer service seemed very good too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shuma-Gorath
    Combatsports.com has an excellent selection but horrid shipping times and costs.
    Thank you,

    Wonder if anyone has tried the Gel-shock gloves.

    Or is it just a gimmick? pretty reasonable though thanks again.
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    John Ouano.

    He makes the gloves for UFC, KotC, and Shooto, AND he's a Hell of a nice guy.

    www.ouano.com
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