Drako Bulls Eye Leather Bag Gloves
The Drako Bulls Eye Leather Bag Gloves are a knockout in terms of both style and quality. If you're looking to step up your bag training then these gloves will be a great next step.
- 100% cowhide leather
- 10oz in weight, ideal for pad or bag drilling
- Mesh palm for breath-ability
- Stylish design
- Velcro cuff closure
- Sizes available: 10oz (one size)
- Colours available: Blue & Black (one colour type)
Drako Bulls Eye Leather Bag Gloves Description:
These gloves feature 100% cowhide leather and are the ideal weight (10oz) for pad or bag drilling. The cuff has a velcro closure and compact fit to stabilize the wrist and protect it from fatigue or injury which also allows for one size to fit most athletes. The palm also has a mesh fabric ideal for breath-ablity during training and reducing sweaty palms.
Available in Black and Blue, the Drako Bulls Eye Leather Bag Gloves are a set of gloves that will feel as professional as they look.
Note: the ounces measurement refers to the weight of the padding the glove has, but also to the size of the hand compartment. The 8oz and 10oz sizes are best suited for children and young adult hands and the 12-16oz sizes are best for adult hands; however, the adult sizes are one-size-fits-all.
8oz boxing gloves: these amateur boxing gloves are excellent for young students and children with small hands.
10oz boxing gloves: we suggest this size for young adults and adults with small hands. This glove is ideal for pad and bag work and is a great choice for cardio kickboxing classes.
12oz boxing gloves: this glove is ideal for pad and bag work for both male and female students. It is the #1 choice for cardio kickboxing and boxing classes.
14oz boxing gloves: these are great multi-use gloves for light sparring and pad/bag work. They are ideal for most kickboxing and boxing classes.
16oz boxing gloves: these gloves are best for sparring sessions and rigorous training because they offer a large amount of protection for the user and help to prevent injuries.
Note: we provide this size guide to give you a good idea of which glove is best for you, but it is always better to consult your instructor or one of our staff. That way, you can be sure about which glove is perfect for your needs.
Bag Gloves vs. Boxing Gloves
Bag gloves and boxing gloves are similar yet distinctly different. Boxing gloves are more versatile as they can be used for bag and pad work, sparring, and (depending on the weight) competition. Bag gloves, however, have a more specific purpose. They are exclusively training gloves that are designed for use with heavy bags and pads. While both amateur and professional athletes use boxing bag gloves, most users have additional boxing gloves that they use for sparring and competition.