Product: Everlast Powerlock Gloves
Price: £40-50/ $80-100
Designs/Colours: See list below
The Everlast Powerlock Boxing gloves are a product I would highly recommend to anyone looking for an all round glove to purchase. They are brilliant for sparring, hitting the heavy bag or the mitts. The design of the glove themselves aim to give you the perfect balance between power and protection.
My own experience with the gloves has overall been excellent and I still use my 16oz version (see below) of them to this day for some specific training purposes. This primarily includes using the heavy bag and practicing my big power shots on this as I feel the glove does offer that extra protection, especially for your wrist and knuckles.
My only negative about the glove would be you have to make sure to look after them. After you use the glove I highly recommend you put paper towel or use a glove deodoriser to absorb the moisture, as it can deteriorate the padding on the inside if you don’t look after them (I recommend you do this for any gloves).
The glove is also available in a whole variety of colour options to choose from. I personally went with a more traditional Black/White combo, which also has a cool Everlast strap line insignia on the open hand on the glove “Choice of Champions”.
Full Colour list is below:
The powerlock gloves are definitely one you should consider if you want that extra protection and for that all round usage in your boxing training.
- Fantastic all round glove
- Offer the highest protection for your hands and wrist
- Very comfortable to wear
- Lots of colour options to choose from
- You have to make sure you look after them.
- Padding inside could be slightly thicker to last longer
Learn more about the Everlast Powerlock gloves on Amazon here.
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