What you wear in the gym isn’t necessarily the most important thing you need to consider, but without a doubt it can make you feel a lot more confident and comfortable while you train.
What training clothes you wear can also express personality and demonstrate your individualism for how you come across.
But REMEBER, you don’t have to train in the most expensive stylish clothing gear, but you do have to dress with common sense while you train. You don’t want to be wearing heavy woolen or cotton t-shirts for example. Check out my article on what you should wear here.
Now the other thing to remember – you can get some really decent training gear for very reasonable prices – make sure to look out for sales as there is always bargain somewhere.
In this post I’ll share some links to some sporting brands I like to use myself and hopefully you will be able to find some decent kit to get yourself ready for the gym.
There is nothing better than the feeling of getting new clothes you feel confident in.
So here is my top boxing workout clothes for you to consider below:
Under Armour delivers innovative sports clothing, shoes, & accessories for the majority of sports. In more recent years they have teamed up with the likes of Anthony Joshua who has helped promote their gear to a boxing audience. However, their clothing performance gear is some of the best out there.
FGHTR are a brand made by fighters, for fighters. They have designed some awesome apparel and training tools for you specifically fighters, who want to live their passion and show the world who they truly are!
Whatever the martial art you are practicing (muay thai, mma, boxing, kickboxing etc.), they will have something that will no doubt pick your fancy.
Check out their full selection at FGHTR store here.
Also make sure to use my discount code “BOXINGLIFE” for 10% off! FGHTR also have some other cool training tools and apparel you can check out.
One of the biggest sport brand ever, Nike has some of the best and biggest options in performance workout gear. Boxing is not a big focus for them (only really boxing boots), but when you have such a big selection workout gear to choose from you will definitely find something that takes your fancy.
Very similar to above, Adidas is one of the most recognizable brands in the world with their iconic three stripes. Adidas have also invested into the sport of boxing in particular gear including shoes, pads, gloves, hand wraps etc. Their performance clothing is also definitely up there with the best and with many options to choose from with this brand you will find exactly what you are looking for.
If you are an MMA fan you will know Reebok are the main clothing partner with the UFC and the fighters who take part including the likes of Conor McGregor. They do have some good workout gear which is worth checking out, but they do have more of focus to MMA fighter than boxing.
Everlast is an iconic Boxing brand which many identify with, especially because Muhammed Ali used to wear and use the old school Everlast gear in the 60s and 70s. Nowadays Everlast have a whole collection of boxing related gear, equipment and clothing. If you want to wear boxing specific brand gear – this is one of the brands for you.
Probably one of my favorite boxing brands right now and this is without doubt BOXRAW. They are a bit on the pricey side, but all there clothing is specifically aimed towards boxers which can be rare to find out nowadays. They say they are “Pioneering The Boxing Lifestyle” and I have to agree. Check out their full selection in link below.
Get a £/$20 discount on your order with the link here on boxraw.com to apply it.
New Balance for me is primarily known for running gear and in particular for their running shoes. However, if you are boxer you will know too well how important running is for training. Because of this I’d recommend checking out their selection of running fleeces or shoes to get you started here.
If you are looking for customizable boxing gear look no further than Suzi Wong. There focus is producing custom designed boxing shorts, which I have purchased myself and have used for few fights now. They can be a bit on the pricey side at time, but they do some good deals with performance gear collections where can get a decent deal. e.g. above.
I hope you enjoyed this clothing review, and remember like I said above, what your wear isn’t the most important thing, but it can help make you more comfortable and confident.
Make sure to let me in the comments below which options you would wear in the gym? Would you wear a more traditional sports brand or boxing specific? Let me know what your favorite brand is to wear.
Check out more boxing reviews here to see if anything else picks your fancy this includes gloves, boots and equipment.
Thanks for reading!