After years of development, the all new Ringside IMF Tech Sparring Gloves are here, and represent the next generation of professional workout gloves. Injected molded foam padding is pre-curved and provides the most shock-absorbing capabilities in the business and require no break-in period.
These gloves also make my #1 pick on our Ultimate Guide to the Best Muay Thai Gloves list too! I’ve personally owned and abused all the Thai style gloves from the major Thailand brands (Twins, Fairtex, Top King, Windy, Raja, Boon, etc.) and Fairtex is by far the best when it comes to quality, design, and comfort.
Ring to Cage calls them, “Japanese style,” gloves and this is a great description. Another, more acceptable name could be, “Winning inspired,” because while they did use Winning gloves as a template, R2C definitely added their own style to them.
Before you buy a pair of Hayabusa Tokushu gloves, you should check out the Twins Special Muay Thai gloves, because you might find they are a better fit for your needs. Check Out Hayabusa Tokushu Gloves. After you buy a pair of Hayabusa Tokushu, you will be able to hit the gym and start training in Muay Thai.
If we want to remove costs considerations and give a best boxing glove pick, it comes down to Grant Boxing Gloves, the most expensive choice, or Winning Boxing Gloves. Both gloves will cost you over $300, but between the two, Winning have a better overall reputation for quality.