Green Boxing Gloves: A List Of Worthy Options For You To Consider

Boxing gloves are everything to us as martial artists. We want to invest in gear that reflects our personalities and green boxing gloves are a sure way to attract attention inside the gym and in the ring. The only problem when searching for your next pair is finding a decent to great pair of boxing gloves that will withstand your level of training for the long term (unless you like swapping out boxing gloves frequently - which is totally cool). We’ve put together a list of quality green boxing gloves for you to consider.

Things To Consider Before Pulling The Trigger On Your Next Set Of Gloves

Before you go out and snatch up the first product on Google just cause they look cool, there are a couple of things for you to keep in mind when you go shopping for your next pair of green boxing gloves.


A positive sign of excellent boxing gloves is their durability. Bad boxing gloves usually wear out and become useless under 6-8 months. This is normally due to poor materials that make up the boxing glove itself. Many great boxing gloves are made with genuine leather, but there are a couple of exceptions where some boxing gloves use synthetic leather and hold up very well.


Simply put, if you put on a pair of boxing glove and you don’t feel comfortable or safe throwing a full force punch to the heavy bag, you’ve got a problem. Good boxing gloves provide ample padding inside and outside of your glove as well as secure your wrists firm, but not too tight. 


Lastly, if the other two items above make the cut, the last thing to consider is how good your new green boxing gloves will look. Since this last part is completely subjective, as long as you’re digging your new boxing gloves, then you’ve found an amazing pair of gloves.

Finding Your Next Set Of Green Boxing Gloves Has Never Been Easier

While we at ATL Fight Shop may promote a number of our products, we want nothing more than for you to find gear that you will truly love for the lifetime of the product. We’ve gone through and collected our favorite green boxing gloves for you to help make the search a little easier.

Our List Of Green Boxing Gloves


Adidas Speed Tilt 150 Boxing Gloves - Solar Lime/Silver

While these Adidas boxing gloves are not completely green in its entirety, the flashy Solar Lime color contrast well with the grey/silver exterior and are sure to catch the attention of your fellow gym peers. With a flexible wrist support system and solid velcro strap, these boxing gloves are an excellent choice if you’re just beginning your boxing or kickboxing journey or if you’ve got a couple of months of experience under your belt.


Cleto Reyes Hook and Loop Training Gloves - Green

One of the more luxurious pieces of gear in our collection, the green Cleto Reyes Hook and Loop Boxing Gloves are an absolute must have if you’re specifically looking for green boxing gloves AND you’re looking for a pair of boxing gloves made with the best materials. After opening the new packaging, you’re greeted with a strong scent of premium leather that stays with the gloves for quite some time. They provide you with a nice pop to your punches and allow you to adjust your wrist support to your heart's desire. With quality materials comes a hefty price tag with these Cleto Reyes gloves starting at $220. While the price is hefty, they’re well worth the investment. 

Once You’ve Found That Special Pair, Take Good Care Of Them

Caring for your green boxing gloves is essential to ensure they remain in top condition for both style and performance. To start, after every training session or match, be sure to air out your gloves. Have them wide open to allow proper ventilation, preventing the buildup of sweat and odor. You can achieve this by hanging them up or using glove inserts designed for this purpose.

 Additionally, periodic cleaning is really important to keep your green gloves looking their best. Gently wipe the exterior with a damp cloth to remove any surface dirt or sweat marks. Avoid using harsh chemicals, as they can damage the material and color of your boxing gloves. To help manage any persistent odors, you can sprinkle a SMALL amount of baking soda into each glove and let it sit overnight. Finally, store your gloves in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to prevent fading and deformation. As long as you’re taking good care of your new boxing gloves, they’ll repay you in longevity and performance.

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