The Drako Leather Bag Gloves are specifically designed for use in punching bag workouts. These bag gloves are perfect for long, high intensity training sessions. They have a multi-layer foam core that is light yet protective, and 100% cowhide leather covering material that is durable and long lasting.
- 100% cowhide leather covering material
- Multi-layer foam core
- Velcro closure strap
- Thicker wrist for added support
- Light, comfortable fit
- Sizes available: M – XL
Drako Leather Bag Gloves Description:
Drako uses cowhide leather in their intermediate and high end fitness gloves because leather is more durable than vinyl. This is due to its natural ability to stretch and morph under pressure.
The multi-layer foam core is perfect for training with a punching bag. There is enough padding, keeping the knuckles and fingers protected, but not so much that it meaningfully affects the weight of the glove. This results in a light, balanced, and protective pair of punching bag gloves.
The Velcro closure strap system makes it easy to put these gloves on, as well as to take them off. This is especially useful during training that requires quick application and removal in between different workout activities.
The Drako Leather Bag Gloves come in an array of sizes that will fit most adult hands. For those looking for youth bag gloves, the medium size (smallest size offered) should accommodate the hands of children aged 10 to 13 years old.
These Drako Sports bag gloves are among the best punching bag gloves on the market. Get yours today and start training!
Bag Gloves vs. Boxing Gloves
Bag gloves and boxing gloves are similar yet distinctly different. Boxing gloves are more versatile as they can be used for bag and pad work, sparring, and (depending on the weight) competition. Bag gloves, however, have a more specific purpose. They are exclusively training gloves that are designed for use with heavy bags and pads. While both amateur and professional athletes use boxing bag gloves, most users have additional boxing gloves that they use for sparring and competition.
They are a good price with with nice leather construction and good wrist support. My only issue is that the sizing is inaccurate for use with hand wraps. I chose my normal glove size assuming that it would accommodate space for them but that is not so. When new, the wrist support was good enough that wraps were unnecessary for me but now that they have been broken in, they should be used with wraps. Go up a size.