4/21/2006 11:19pm, #21
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4/21/2006 11:20pm, #22
Omega, what is the diference between the two gloves?
4/21/2006 11:22pm, #23
Actually it's more of the location of the padding. Don't get me wrong, I believe Reyes has similiar glove to Thai but you can actually grab better with Thai glove. Visually there is less padding on the back of this gloves. Effectively I can feel my knuckles through a thai pad. Personal experiance here I don't know if any of my findings are actual fact.
4/21/2006 11:39pm, #24
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