Tri-Color Velcro Professional Training Gloves
PRIMERO’S Boxing Gloves are crafted for the elite, handmade by generational boxing glove artisans. PRIMERO’S boxing gloves are made in small batches for maximum quality. All gloves are made with the highest craftsmanship using top-grain leather and a traditional Mexican-style three-row cuff. Expert construction and design create a natural fist, attached thumb, and leather-edged seam with double stitching.
- Produced in Mexico.
- Produced in small batches.
- Excellent wrist support.
- Wide pocket.
- Attached Thumb.
- Velcro Hook and Loop
Although these products may provide a degree of protection, participation in these activities involves significant risks of physical injury and potentially death. There are no certainties that these products will protect users from such risks. Participating in these activities is strictly voluntary and solely at the user’s risk. Inspect all equipment carefully and thoroughly before each use for any defects, damages and/or wear and tear. Note: With time and use the materials in the equipment will lose their effectiveness and require replacement.
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