If this your first time buying boxing gloves, we’ll help you decide faster. Most dread of buying one because they can’t handle the anxiety of the decision – what if it won’t fit? what if it doesn’t meet my expectation? WHAT IF….
Normally you would ask around, read reviews and get opinion from your local store. Don’t worry because we already did that for you. Here is a list of the best starter gloves under $50
BELOW ARE THE
BEST BOXING GLOVES FOR STARTERS
10. Contender Fight Sports Classic Boxing Bag Gloves
For the price of $20 – $28, these gloves have features that make them different from other gloves of the same price. The interior of the gloves are set up to provide:
First, shock absorption – the foam padding of the gloves are made up of two types. A soft cotton fibre foam on the hand side and a thick and dense foam on the outside. This allows the gloves to protect your hands from impact and absorb impact it as well.
Second, comfort – the interior lining of the gloves have tricot lining. This keeps the hand dry by allowing air to enter the gloves. With this, you won’t have to worry about having sweaty and warm hands inside the gloves; you will have dry and cool hands throughout your usage.Read Full Review
9. Title Boxing Leather Aerobic Boxing Gloves
These boxing gloves are sold at a cheap price of $30 – $40, and unlike other low cost gloves, these gloves are all leather, making them usable for a long time.
The gloves have a pre-curve shape which allows better fist closure technique; proper fist closure should always be kept in mind before punching because mishaps can lead to injuries. They also have adequate thick and firm padding especially in the knuckle area – this aids in protecting your knuckles where most of the impacts are focused when punching.Read Full Review
8. Title Platinum ACS Bag Gloves
The Air Cell System or ACS is what Title came up with. This system helps lessen the need for adding extra padding which is often done to increase protection. Without the need for extra padding, the gloves won’t look thick and bulky, and the gloves will weigh lesser than other gloves of the same size. These things are made possible by the ACS without compromising protection. Lesser glove weight will able you to punch faster while your hands stay guarded from impact. Thus, better performance.Read Full Review
7. Title Classic Hook-and-Loop Leather Training Gloves
The Title Classic Hook and Loop Leather Training Gloves are made of high quality genuine leather. With the current price of these gloves, it is interesting that they have authentic leather for their exterior when most boxing glove brands resort to using false leather to reduce the cost of the gloves. Sure enough, you can count on the ample durability of these gloves that is worthy of the price.
These gloves also have an inner lining of satin nylon. This prevents the build-up of moisture inside the gloves thus making sure that your hands stay cool and dry while using the gloves.Read Full Review
6. Ringside Arrow Sparring Gloves
With the IMF technology of Ringside, the padding follows a pre-curve shape, and is specially formulated to withstand great amount of shock by absorbing and distributing it. The shape of the padding promotes natural fist closure by properly aligning your fingers. On the other hand, the make up of the padding delivers superb hand protection and durability greater than that of layered foam padding.Read Full Review
5. Venum Contender Series
With the triple density foam padding, which most Venum boxing gloves have, your hands are well protected against powerful hits. The padding provides adequate protection particularly on the impact areas of your hands like your knuckles. Perhaps, if you want gloves for bag work, the 16 oz version of these gloves have the ample padding for punching bags you need. Another nice feature is an attached thumb, which is also prominent in most Venum boxing gloves, helps secure your thumb from injuries.Read Full Review
4. Rival “RB40” Fitness Bag Gloves
The gloves is made of Synthetic PU leather specifically designed for the fitness-type boxer. It’s perfect for hitting the heavy bags, mitts training and sparring.
The high-density, multi-layered foam padding doesn’t shift like cheaper gloves. It stays in place and goes back to its original shape after hits. You could throw harder punches and feel less impact on your hands and wrist.
The Rival Fitness “RB40″ Bag Gloves will last you longer than your average fitness gloves. Adding to that, the gloves have a stylish design that is sub-par to none.Read Full Review
3. Meister Pro Boxing Gloves
The interior of the Meister Pro Boxing Gloves has a multi-layered high density padding adhering to Meister’s standards. Your hands take a lot of punishment from impacts so to protect them, these gloves have foam paddings that can absorb shock from hits and blows, and guard them as well. These gloves are light as well. The inside of the gloves also have molded fingers and thumbs shaped to encourage an ergonomic fist.Read Full Review
2. Ringside Apex Boxing Gloves
Ringside Apex Boxing Gloves gloves are made for maximum comfort and safety. Two inches of thick IMF (injected molded foam) are present in its padding — 0.75 inches more than the average boxing gloves.
The hand compartment is a pre-curved mold that allows natural hand and fist alignment when striking. It helps in better shock disbursement and absorption.Read Full Review
1. Title Boxing Pro Style Leather Training Gloves
Title Boxing Pro Style Leather Training Gloves is certainly up to the task of handling day-to-day punishment. The gloves’ padding are dense and holds up well. It doesn’t seem to be at first because it is less bulky than other brands in the same price range. Don’t let that deceive you. It does a fantastic job of protecting your hand from injuries as it absorbs hard hits much better.Read Full Review