Protects the hand and wrist nicely with a shock absorbent foam that will allow you to practice longer. Uses Velcro straps to ensure a snug fit on the hand, no matter what size. Works for all types of combat sports practices. Durable materials in the punch mitts allow them to last a long time.
Not made to fit children's hands. Not made for high-end training requirements from advanced fighters.
Offered in six different color combinations. Slightly curved design fits the hand naturally. Foam padding is lightweight, but offers good shock-absorbing capability. Leather materials make these mitts easy to clean after a practice session. Velcro straps can be adjusted for a snug fit.
Doesn't deliver a high level of durability. Aimed at beginners, rather than experienced fighters.
Nice level of padding on both the palm and the wrist to keep your hands protected during sparring sessions. Slight curvature in the punching mitts will mimic that of your hand, ensuring a comfortable fit. Foam padding is a little stiffer than some others, which results in a longer-lasting mitt.
Not made to meet the needs of advanced fighters. Gloves tend to run small.
High-quality backing materials in the punch mitts will give you a high level of performance. Padding in the mitts will remind you more of a sparring glove, as it keeps your hands safe. Includes an anti-microbial coating to avoid soaking up sweaty odors for an easier clean-up process.
Not made to stand up to high-level workouts. Mitts may not return to original shape easily after workouts.
Thick padding in the wrist area straps keep the wrists protected during sparring and keep the mitts tightly in place. Shape of mitts forces your hands and arms into the proper position to absorb the punches. Good level of padding throughout the large mitts. Will stand up to tough workouts.
More expensive than punch mitts made for beginners. Takes longer to put on and take off.
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Punch mitts, also called focus mitts, work perfectly for boxing and martial arts training. A training partner will wear these punch mitts while you practice striking them. Most people will choose to work against punch mitts when they want to develop speed and power in their strikes. The mitts also work well for improving the timing and accuracy of punches you’re throwing. Punch mitts will have plenty of padding in them. This helps the boxer who is punching them avoid suffering knuckle or hand injuries. The padding also protects the training partner’s hands from injury while absorbing punches. Beyond boxing and martial arts, some people may incorporate punch mitts into a cardiovascular workout. Repeatedly striking these mitts for a few minutes can deliver a really tough workout.
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