Muay Thai Boxing Gloves

Muay Thai Boxing Gloves

 

Here at the Minotaur Fight Store, we have a great array of Muay Thai Gloves with a unique selection of designs and sizes from the top brands like YOKKAO, FairtexSandee and Twins Special. Muay Thai Gloves differ from the traditional Boxing Gloves as they are usually more compact. A lot of the padding is focused on the back of the hand for better blocking and the knuckle padding is thinner compared to Boxing Gloves. This is because Thai Boxers have other striking tools like Kicks, Knees plus Elbows and Thai Boxers don’t have to heavily rely on just using their knuckles which is why there’s no need to heavily pad the Glove’s knuckles. Muay Thai Gloves are also more flexible than Boxing Gloves and some Thai Gloves have no grip bar. The flexibility and no grip bar on the Gloves allow the fighter better grip and more control of the hands during a clinch.

 

Other Muay Thai Gear We Offer

 

At The Minotaur Fight Store, we supply all apparel and equipment for Thai Boxing / Muay Thai. We have a wide range of apparel available like Thai Boxing Shorts, T-Shirts and other casual clothing. Our supply of Thai Boxing Equipment includes Muay Thai Gloves, Shin Guards, Mouth Guards, Oils/Balms, Hand Wraps, Ankle and Elbow pads plus more! Feel free to come in the store, see what we have to offer and get some professional, real-world advice.  We stock from all the big brands like YOKKAO, Fairtex, Venum, Twins Special, Sandee and more.

 

For your purchase of our Muay Thai Boxing Gloves, use the discount code “MFSDC10” to get 10% off your whole order!

 

 

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What is Muay Thai?

 

Muay Thai, also known as Thai Boxing or ‘the art of eight limbs’, is the national sport of Thailand and was developed around the 14th century. Muay Thai focuses on using eight points of contacts – punches, kicks elbows and knee strikes. In the 20th century, the discipline has become one of the most popular combat sports in the world when Thai Boxers defeated highly-ranked fighters specialising in other martial arts. The discipline was originally a fighting technique used in warfare but has altered into a respected sport that has a worldwide audience.