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The best way to decide on a boxing glove is knowing what you're training for. For competition purposes, professionals usually go for sizes 10oz or 12oz. Whereas, sizes 14oz and 16oz gloves are reserved for training, as they offer more padding for better hand protection. Check out the list below and choose those are suitable for you.

This five-meter poly-cotton boxing glove wrap is versatile enough to protect your hands, thumb and between all your fingers. It protects your knuckles as well as keeping your wrist straight to prevent any injuries. You can use these gloves for any sports possible.

2. Adidas Women Speed Gloves
Best for women with small hands
Best for women with small hands
2. Adidas Women Speed Gloves
Best for women with small hands

Women who weigh less than 45kg are recommended to use these 6oz gloves. These gloves from Adidas have a narrow shape, designed specifically for women with small hands. You have nothing to worry about as these gloves will fit all small hands in general.

Best boxing gloves for heavy bag workouts

A boxer usually uses 16oz glove to train on heavy punching bags. You can choose from sizes 8oz, 10oz, 12oz, 14oz or 16oz of gloves, as long as you’re comfortable training with them. Twins boxing gloves are made from premium leather; that will last you for years.

4. Venum Training Camp Boxing Gloves
Best boxing gloves with padding – suitable for hands protection
Best boxing gloves with padding – suitable for hands protection
4. Venum Training Camp Boxing Gloves
Best boxing gloves with padding – suitable for hands protection

Venum training boxing gloves are designed with three layers of padded foam for better shockproof. It protects and is comfortable to wear. You can use it for Muay Thai, MMA, kickboxing - anything on your list.

5. Fairtex BGV1 Universal Gloves
Best for training – suitable for Muay Thai
Best kickboxing gloves
5. Fairtex BGV1 Universal Gloves
Best for training – suitable for Muay Thai

Fairtex gloves can be used for training, sparring and competition. It has excellent knuckle protection as well with its two-layer foam system. Now you don't have to worry so much about injuries when you're in your Muay Thai class.

6. Venum Elite Ranger Boxing Gloves
Best boxing gloves with thumb and wrist support
Best boxing gloves with thumb and wrist support
6. Venum Elite Ranger Boxing Gloves
Best boxing gloves with thumb and wrist support

Venum boxing gloves are made of 100% Skintex leather. It’s considered as one of the finest quality boxing gloves in the market. The extra protection at the thumb and wrist area will minimise injuries so fret not.

7. Boxing Muay Thai Training Gloves
Best boxing gloves under RM 50
Best boxing gloves under RM 50
7. Boxing Muay Thai Training Gloves
Best boxing gloves under RM 50

These affordable training gloves come with a choice of 8oz to 16oz in the colours of black, blue and red. It’s made of synthetic leather with full wrist wrap for great protection. For less than RM50, it also comes with a storage bag.

8. Everlast MMA Grappling Gloves
Best boxing gloves for beginners
Best boxing gloves for beginners
8. Everlast MMA Grappling Gloves
Best boxing gloves for beginners

If you’re a newbie in MMA, then you should give this Everlast grappling gloves a try. It's affordable and high in quality. EverDri Technology in these gloves is ideal if you have sweaty palms. That will keep your hands dry during grappling.

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