LAMINA HIDE LEATHER UPHOLSTERY: The Xn8 sports boxing gloves (tiger) are upholstered with Lamina Hide Leather making them durable and long-lasting. Don’t wear or tear even when used for a long session of rigorous punches and can be washed.
FOAM PADDING FOR SHOCK ABSORPTION: Three layers of foam padding internally make our home boxing equipment absorb hard hits and prevent the junior from an injury. Padded with EVA foam and soft rebound foam to safely distribute the impact of a hard punch.
PREMIUM STITCHING: Our boxing gloves reinforced stitching makes them stay in shape for a long time. Perfect for parents who are searching for long-lasting boxing gloves for their kids that they could use for both sparring and punching.
LIGHT-WEIGHTED AND HAVE WRIST STRAP: Xn8 boxing gloves for Muay Thai are light to wear, and with appropriate design, they support the natural curvature of hand. Hook & loop strap ensures a secure fit for a long time, during a workout or a fight.
HIGH-QUALITY ITEM: We take pride in the quality of our products and serve our customers with the best items at affordable rates. For whatever reason, if you are not satisfied with our boxing gloves for kids, feel free to count on our professional customer care.
Looking for a good pair of boxing gloves for your kids? No need to look further as with the Xn8 sports Kids Boxing Gloves (tiger), you are now at the right place. Manufactured using Lamina Hide Leather, our boxing gloves for kids are durable and resistant to wear and tear of normal practice. Featuring a sturdy hook & loop strap to fit your hands tightly and doesn't lose out during a fight or practice. Eva foam padding, along with a rebound foam, absorbs hard hits and distributes the impact over the gloves, thus guard your kid from severe fingers or hand injury during the fight or practice. Available in 2oz, 4oz, and 6oz sizes with five different colours. Suitable for both beginners and experienced kids to wear it to sparring and punch bag training. Therefore, a nice set of boxing gloves for your kid to practice his new boxing moves and fight like a pro in the upcoming competition.