When I wore my first glove, it felt very normal and relaxed. After some time, I got another glove and it felt a little bit tighter and I was wondering that was normal or not. Anyway, years passed and I get lots of experience about “are boxing gloves supposed to be tight” question.
In this short content, you will find the explanation of why some gloves are tighter than others and that is normal or not.
When I had first Cleto Reyes Training Gloves, It feels so tight that I consider getting a bigger oz. I guess that I could not be any more wrong. Before I had trained with it, I researched online and ask trainers, friends at the gym. People, who had Cleto before, said the same thing. “It is a little bit tighter than other same oz gloves” and while I was training I got the best training with Cleto. So, that was all good 😉 After a couple of years later, I had different gloves and it was obvious that some brands are just tighter than the others.
It might be a coincidence but in my experience, premium brands’ gloves are snugger. My most tight gloves are Winning and Cleto which are best boxing gloves I have ever used. However I am sure that there are really tight gloves which are completely useless. If you want to know more about this a little bit tight and amazing pair, then check out the review of it.
Keep in mind that there are lots of brands, some of them will feel tighter than your previous gloves and as long as you choose according to sizing charts, then it will be okay.
Lace-up and Velcro
Tightness also depends on the type of gloves. When you wear lace-up, depending on how tight your boxing training partner tie them up, these can be snugger than their velcro matches and it is normal.
I hope you find the content helpful and if you have any questions or personal experiences related to the subject, please leave a comment below