* 100% leather
* Broken-in shape for effective training
* Reinforced whip stitching
* Industrial riveted handles for durability
* RAM-Force™ technology padding
* Extra cushion between holders arm and handles for comfort
* Upper handle padded and sculpted for comfort and secure grip
* Ultra-Lock™ hook and loop closure on lower strap keeps pads from slipping
* Sold in pairs
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These pads are amazing. Light and durable. Took the best kicks, knees and elbows with ease!
These pads are great for training beginners at my gym all the way up to high level professional fighters. The quality has been great and they have a sharp look as well.
My Revgear Curved Thai Pads are a big hit. So much so, that all the guys keep stealing them!
These Thai pads are perfect for me. The shape and extra padding makes them extremely comfortable for me to hold even for powerful kickers and kicking them feels AMAZING. The shape is great and there is no breaking in period. They are by far one of my favorite pieces of equipment and I'd recommend them to anyone looking for a great pair of Thai pads. I actually cannot say enough good things about these pads.
There are many different styles of hand wraps to choose from but they don't comparte. The gel portion fits each individual finger which also has a comfortable thumb opening. At the base you will find elastic wrap. This elastic wrap provides the extra wrist support tha you need. I go through a lot of hand wraps in training that cause bruising and severe hand cramping. these gel hand wraps save time putting on and are comfortable to use. I'd recommend their use to beginners all they way up to the Top Pro's.
Out of the box these pads are ready for kicks. They say the curved thai pads require no break in period and I can say that its true. The quality of construction is top notch. You may wonder how they stack up against the standard thai pads and if its worth the extra money. Well if you have the extra cash and you dont want a break in period these are great. But you can get two sets of standard pads for close to the same price. If they were $20 more than standard then they would be worth it. but for $60, that rules it out in my oppinion.