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Sure you can, but it will most likely not help you achieve your goal of saving money. This is because your gloves will wear way faster if used on a bag, which would in turn make you have to buy new gloves more frequently. I suggest you use bag gloves or just bandages, which you need anyways. A little less padding/wrist support while working the bag can be a ...


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Just my opinions from my experience: Lighter MMA-style gloves still let me punch hard and get a fun and satisfying "thwock" sensation back thru my knuckles. I'll never get in a real fight, but I don't wrap my wrists since it's important to learn how to keep straight wrists when hitting hard and when tired. And open-fingered or lighter gloves will ...


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Sure, why not? (Noting that bag gloves are usually lighter than full gloves.) Muay Thai gloves generally have more padding on the sides and the padding is more consistent around the entire fist. They’re also more flexible in both how they shape the wearers’ hands and around the wrist because the hands aren’t just used for punching. All that said I personally ...


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