In this Article:
- 1 Everlast Boxing Gloves Reviews 2017 – Best models!
- 1.1 Everlast Boxing Gloves – Be careful!
- 1.2 Everlast Boxing gloves Reviews – Best Everlast Gloves in 2017
- 1.3 Everlast Pro Style Training Gloves
- 1.4 Everlast Women’s Pro Style Training Gloves
- 1.5 Everlast Prime Boxing Gloves
- 1.6 Everlast Mixed Martial Arts Sparring Gloves
- 1.7 Everlast 12-Ounce Pro Style Muay Thai Gloves
- 1.8 Everlast Neoprene Heavy Bag Gloves
- 1.9 Everlast Protex2 Training Gloves
- 1.10 Everlast 8 Oz Boxing Glove Blue
- 1.11 Conclusion:
Everlast Boxing Gloves Reviews 2017 – Best models!
Everlast Boxing Gloves – Be careful!
Everlast is a brand known and renowned worldwide not only for their high quality boxing gloves, but sporting goods and equipment in general – even though they started out as a swimwear manufacturer.
When it comes to boxing gloves, you want to be extra careful when choosing an Everlast model since the quality varies greatly because of the wide spectrum of products they offer – ranging from very low quality supermarket gloves, all the way to competition level models.
General attributes of Everlast boxing gloves
Their glove sizes vary from 8oz “Fight Night” gloves to the 16oz gloves which are ideal for sparring. They also offer various training gloves, heavy bags/mitts and competition gloves.
Most of their gloves are made out of synthetic leather and other high quality materials, with their prices varying depending on the quality of the product – Fighting King recommends you avoid their cheaper models because you risk damaging your hands.
Some gloves just aren’t suited for quality training, even when you’re just starting out. On the other hand, some of the Everlast products are so good that they earned a spot on our “best boxing gloves in 2017” list and are used by thousands of people worldwide.
Some of the Everlast gloves aren’t even worth a mention in our opinion, so we’d like to focus on the models that offer high quality, high levels of protection, and have a fair price to quality ratio.
Let’s take a quick look at 9 of the best Everlast boxing gloves – we’ve picked different types of models, ranging from heavy bag and sparring gloves to Muay Thai gloves and gloves for kids!
Everlast Boxing gloves Reviews – Best Everlast Gloves in 2017
The Pro Style Training Gloves are one of the most used boxing gloves from Everlast with thousands of satisfied customers.
They are vinyl gloves designed specifically for training – they are dense and made with two-layered foam padding providing great protection for your knuckles. The full padding on the wrist and the back of the glove will also make your punching technique better (but you’ll still have to practice, you won’t magically have proper technique even with the best gloves ever made).
Despite this being the most popular Everlast model and it having a great price, it’s not the best that Everlast has to offer unless you’re an absolute beginner.
The sizes of these gloves range from 8oz to 16oz and there are few color variations to choose from. If you’re a beginner, you should check these gloves out!
Everlast Women’s Pro Style Training Gloves are one of the Best boxing gloves for a reason.
They are made of premium synthetic leather and they have a great construction. These gloves are semi pro training gloves designed especially for women and they are available in 8oz and 12oz sizes.
The “Everfresh” antimicrobial treatment and the “Evercool” mesh ventilation panels will keep your gloves and hands fresh.
Comparing them to other glove models, especially one of the best boxing gloves on the market, the price is also reasonable.
They come in blue and pink color!
The Everlast Prime Boxing Gloves are made out of premium suede leather, they feel ultra-soft, have long lasting durability and they offer above average protection. They are a hook & loop model (Velcro gloves) with a unique wrist lock system.
The Prime Gloves are also one of the best looking Everlast boxing gloves coming in the gray/green and the blue/white variation and sizes ranging from 8oz to 16oz.
We recommend you go with the 14oz or 16oz gloves as they are great both for heavy bag training and sparring – another great product for beginners!
This is an Everlast model from 2006.
Specifically designed for mixed martial arts (MMA) sparring, they are available only in the 16oz size.
They are made from high quality materials and feature multi-layered foam padding for extra protection.
These are great gloves for sparring with one major downside – the fingers aren’t exposed which creates a problem if you want to do grabs or throws.
They also have the “attached thumb” for extra safety. The Velcro is great and it’s easy to put them on without any assistance.
Overall they’re good quality MMA sparring gloves for a very good price.
These cool looking black/red Muay Thai gloves come only in the size of 12oz.
They are made out of polyurethane (80%) and polyester (20%). For these gloves Everlast used a mesh in the palm area, for letting odorous air out so it doesn’t accumulate.
The design is cool but they are really big gloves and if you have small hands you may have some problems.
Muay Thai fighters often use a clinch technique and these gloves also have some padding on the palm area allowing for better grabs.
They have a very good full wrist Velcro strap.
We recommend these boxing gloves if you do light training; they are not good for heavy bag work. A good pick for a good price!
These gloves, designed specifically for the heavy bag, are made out of neoprene and they allow both power and speed at the same time during your workout.
They are very comfortable gloves – they have a well placed thumbhole and a little “bar” inside allowing for a better grip.
They are different from other gloves in that they have neither Velcro nor laces – you just slide them on and you’re ready to go. To prevent odor, you can easily hand wash these gloves and let them dry.
If you’re looking for decent heavy bag gloves, don’t miss this model!
For this price you’ll have trouble finding a better pair for the heavy bag.
This is another pair of synthetic leather boxing gloves; they come only in the 16oz size and only in one color – red.
The Everlast Protex2 Training Gloves are meant both for sparring and heavy bag work. The palm has a full mesh providing good comfort and breathability.
They are Velcro gloves (hook & loop) but the Velcro is not the best – it wears off easily and scratches your sparring partners.
This is a good pair of boxing gloves for people with bigger hands who plan to hit the heavy bag hard or do some light sparring.
These 8oz boxing gloves are great gloves for both kids and adults but they are not meant for sparring.
They are also good for people with small hands unlike the Everlast Protex2 Training Gloves. They have less padding as they are meant for punching and inflicting damage – be careful if you’re an adult.
They are very comfortable to wear and they are probably the best buy option when it comes to kid’s gloves – if you’re on a budget.
As some of the other Everlast boxing gloves, this model also has a strong odor.
Overall these are great quality gloves with a fair price; recommended for kids but also for adults who are just beginning boxing.
As we said, Everlast offers a wide spectrum of gloves intended for all kinds of purposes – gloves for women, heavy bag gloves, MMA gloves, gloves for kids and so on. All of the gloves we listed are great for beginners and you can’t go wrong by picking any of them. If you’re not a beginner or if you’re just not sure that Everlast is the right choice for you – check out our “Best Boxing Gloves” section to see more high quality boxing gloves brands!
Do you own a pair of Everlast boxing gloves? Are you happy with them? Share your opinions with us in the comments!