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How to choose boxing bandages?

How to choose boxing bandages?

First of all, we must know what material the boxing bandages are made of, if there are different types of fabrics or if there are different sizes available.

An important thing to keep in mind when purchasing bandages is to know what type of discipline you are going to practice. This is because the same wrap is not used for boxing, MMA, Muay Thai, Kick Boxing or Full Contact. The choice depends on the length of the bandage, since there are different types and measurements of boxing bandages.

The bandage must fit tightly to avoid vibrations and unnecessary injuries.

Types of material in boxing bandages

  • Cotton: This material is used less and less. Although it provides a firm fit, it deteriorates faster than other materials and can be more difficult to use for bandaging.
  • Semi-elastic (cotton and fiber): They are the most used due to their optimal fit, since they stretch a little more than normal.
  • Elastic (lycra and fiber): They are less used, although there are many different versions. Some people prefer this type of material for its fit, while others cannot withstand the pressure it puts on the hand.

Boxing Wraps Length

The maximum common length is 5 metres, ideal for adult boxing but not for MMA where shorter wraps are needed. Measurements of 3.5m or 4m are used by women and children from 12 to 16 years old. There is also a children's size of 2.5m for the little ones.

It is crucial to have full hand protection to enjoy training and avoid injuries. The bandages protect the knuckles and wrists, absorbing vibrations from impacts.

Alternatives to traditional bandage

There is a bandage glove on the market, with gel or viscoelastic protection, which is placed under the glove. However, we always recommend traditional bandaging with boxing bandages.

Brands and maintenance

We work with brands such as Leone, Venum, DSK, or Buddha, each offering different length measurements but with the same width, including children's measurements.

The maintenance of the bandages is simple: wash them after each use to maintain good hygiene and avoid unpleasant odors in the glove. It is recommended to wash them by hand to avoid damaging the velcro.

A final tip: always wash your boxing bandages after training to maintain hygiene and avoid bad odors on the gloves. Don't choose your bandages by their design, but by the characteristics that best suit your hand.


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