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What boxing gloves should I buy?

When you’re shopping for new boxing gloves, there are four key elements you need to consider: wrist support, closure type, knuckle padding, and glove weight. These elements play a crucial role in providing the proper fit and level of protection you need. So, where should you start? First off, you should get familiar with how gloves differentiate from each other.

Hayabusa Boxing Glove Comparison

Product
Wrist Support
Padding
Closure
Outer Shell
Lining
Size Range
Colors
Best For
Price US
T3 Boxing Gloves
Quadruple Splint
DeltraEG Technology
Interlocking DualX Straps
Vylar Engineered Leather
Heat Regulating AG
10oz, 12oz, 14oz, 16oz, 18oz
15
Everyone / Advanced
$159.00
H5 Boxing Gloves
Double-Layered Splinting
Multi-Layer Foam
Adaptive Stretch Strap
Synthetic Leather
Performance Nylon
10oz, 12oz, 14oz, 16oz
5
Intermediate
$99.00
S4 Boxing Gloves
Single Splint
Injection Molded Foam
Single Strap
Synthetic Leather
Performance Nylon
10oz, 12oz, 14oz, 16oz
5
Beginner
$59.00
S4 Leather Boxing Gloves
Single Splint
Injection Molded Foam
Single Strap
Genuine Leather
Performance Nylon
10oz, 12oz, 14oz, 16oz
5
Beginner
$79.00
S4 Lace Up Boxing Gloves
Single Splint
Injection Molded Foam
Lace Up Closure
Synthetic Leather
Performance Nylon
10oz, 12oz, 14oz, 16oz
1
Intermediate
$59.00
T3 LX Boxing Gloves
Quadruple Splint
DeltraEG Technology Foam
Interlocking Dual X Straps
Luxury Leather
Heat Regulating AG
12oz, 14oz, 16oz
5
Everyone
$199.00
T3 Kanpeki Boxing Gloves
Quadruple Splint
DeltraEG Technology Foam
Interlocking Dual X Straps
Drum Dyed Leather
Heat Regulating AG
12oz, 14oz, 16oz
5
Everyone
$189.00
Marvel Boxing Gloves
Quadruple Splint
DeltraEG Technology Foam
Interlocking Dual X Straps
Vylar Engineered Leather
Heat Regulating AG
12oz & 16oz
9
Everyone
$249.00
T3 Lace Up Boxing Gloves
Quadruple Splint
DeltraEG Technology Foam
Lace Up Closure
Vylar Engineered Leather
Heat Regulating AG
10oz, 12oz, 14oz, 16oz
1
Intermediate / Advanced
$159.00
Pro Boxing Gloves
No Splinting
Horse Hair & Foam
Lace Up Closure
Genuine Leather
Classic Nylon
8oz & 10oz
1
Advanced
$119.00
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T3 Boxing Gloves

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T3 Boxing Gloves

999 reviews
The Hayabusa gloves are far superior quality, so I bought them. After wearing them a few weeks I bought more and more pairs in all sizes because I absolutely love them.
- Avril Mathie
As a lifelong martial artist, coach & gym owner, finding quality gear that protects yourself and training partners are essential. Hayabusa has the quality that will last.
- Joe Valtellini
Using the T3 gloves has been a game-changer for me! The wrist and knuckle support is better than any other glove I've used, and let's be honest, the design of these gloves is amazing!
- Robby Moss
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What does boxing glove “oz” mean?

What does boxing glove “oz” mean?

When it comes to boxing gloves, “oz” means ounces or the total weight of the glove. The higher the oz, the more padding it has, allowing it to absorb more force. Are you focusing on bag work and pads or sparring? In addition to your training focus, your height and weight will affect which glove oz to choose. Explore our size chart to find your ideal boxing glove oz.

What type of boxing training are you focusing on?

The type of training you focus on will play a significant role in which style and size of glove you should use. For example, if you do mostly heavy bag work, you should choose lower oz gloves with plenty of support to protect your wrists, whereas if you intend to spar, you should choose higher oz gloves to help soften a blow for you and your training partner.

Which boxing glove size should I get?

10-14oz

Heavy Bag & Pad Work

14-18oz

Sparring
SEE BOXING GLOVE SIZE CHART

Laces or Straps?

Laces or Straps?

Which closure type works best for you, laces, single, or dual strap?

Dual Strap offers the most secure and supportive fit.

Single Strap is the quickest to put on and take off but sacrifices wrist support.

Laced delivers a custom fit but requires extra time and a partner to help lace-up.

Fine tune your selection

Fine tune your selection

If you're taller or heavier, you may punch harder than someone smaller, meaning you'll need a higher oz glove to absorb the more powerful impact. Although this is the general rule of thumb, it's not always the case. Many small fighters use heavier gloves and vice versa.

Choosing smaller gloves (lower oz) than recommended can make it easier to throw quicker punches, hone your technique, and help deliver more feedback from your strikes.

Choosing heavier gloves (higher oz) than recommended helps build your training endurance, overall power and offers even more protection to you and your partner while sparring.

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