EVERYTHING WE DO IS ROOTED IN COMBAT!
0
  • No products in the cart.

  • 0
  • No products in the cart.

  • Francombat Fight Gloves Review

    Share via:

    Franco Richard

    Francombat Fight Gloves are one of the best choices I would recommend. They are made with high quality and standards, which is exactly what you should be striving for when it comes to narrowing down your selection for fight gloves. If you are in the market for a new pair of MMA or Lei Tai gloves that will stand up to the test, the Francombat Fight Gloves is a great pair of gloves to get. Here, I will be sharing with you exactly why they are a cut above the rest.

    Quality

    Using the highest attention to detail and craftsmanship, these gloves are built to last. They are built with a 5-layer foam complex, 4x splinting, a dual closure system and a sweat-lined ergonomic thumb. Francombat gloves will give you an advantage to strike harder, train longer and overall perform better. I like that there is no break-in period and they offer perfect thumb position which is a rare find in most other gloves. They are lined with antibacterial fabric and boast the best and most secure closure
    system I’ve found.

    Performance

    Francombat gloves are great, and are fitted with an inner foam complex that absorbs energy like no other glove. You will get the best performance for all types of training. The vast majority of fighters I know, will go through many pairs of gloves, for any number of reasons: wearing them out, breaking the closure system or just they are just plain uncomfortable. The Francombat Fight glove is very comfortable, durable and versatile.

    The consistent performance and durability they provide, punch after punch, is simply unmatched. Fighters who have personally owned these gloves for extended periods claim that they have become their go-to glove. And they note that the gloves have not lost any stitching, pad loss, and are super comfortable to wear. If you are hitting the bag all day, these are the gloves to use; you will find that you are far less fatigued right away after switching to these gloves. In fact, the wrist support and foam padding is what you will notice first thing.

    Fit & Comfort

    The fit of these gloves are tight. Some fighters tend to prefer to have a glove with a tighter fit than most, without sacrificing comfort. They are fitted with an inner antibacterial fabric that feels comfortable to me without a hand wrap. Although If you prefer a hand wrap, Francombat Fight gloves may feel a bit tighter than usual for a few days, but after that they form right to your hands with wraps.

    The dual strap wrist closure offers more support of the wrist and allows for longer training sessions on all types of training, eliminating hand strain. The look and feel of the gloves are great. They definitely stand out from the rest.

    Besides, the dual wrist strap, there is another great feature in Francombat gloves that make them stand out. They are fitted with splints down the back of the hand which is sturdier than the padding offering great wrist support paired with the dual strap wrist closure.

    Summary

    Overall, the Francombat Fight Gloves are one of the best gloves on the market right now. They have been rated a 9/10 based on countless fighters who have had personal experiences with them. Although Francombat are quite versatile pair of gloves, these are not that great for trying to implement the clinch, or to have much control during clinch. Some fighters like to use one pair for everything, but if you are doing Muay Thai, I would recommend you to use a more Muay Thai specific glove.

    The quality and comfortability is unmatched. Hayabusa T3 is a great glove for professionals, but can be a little costly for beginners. Although if you are serious about training regularly, you would benefit spending the extra bucks to own a higher quality pair of gloves as well. A lot of beginners go for the less expensive gear and end up spending more money in the long run, due to equipment failure and risking injury to yourself.

    Leave a Comment