I'd say nearest you'll get is a small woman's sized one.
The older one, about 60-70 lbs; the youngest about 50.
Originally Posted by J-Lau
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.
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?
Originally Posted by Ryno
Or would a thumb-strapless glove be better?
Who makes the Best MMA gloves? Online site?
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.
Combatsports.com has an excellent selection but horrid shipping times and costs.
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.
Originally Posted by Shuma-Gorath
Wonder if anyone has tried the Gel-shock gloves.
Or is it just a gimmick? pretty reasonable though thanks again.
He makes the gloves for UFC, KotC, and Shooto, AND he's a Hell of a nice guy.
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