Collection: Muay Thai Boxing Gloves

A wide range of Muay Thai Boxing Gloves to support your pad work, bag work and sparring. Both velcro and lace-up gloves are available.


Our Gloves

Whether you are a beginner or a world champion, we have a selection of Muay Thai Boxing Gloves from the most trusted brands in the industry to meet your needs.

Our gloves are suitable for pad work, bag work and sparring, with both velcro and lace-up options available.

With the intense training us Muay Thai practitioners endure, a pair of high-quality boxing gloves is absolutely key.

Muay Thai Gloves Sizing

We have a lot of glove sizes available, starting at 4oz then going all the way up to 20oz.

  • 4oz - 6oz: Junior sizes
  • 8oz - 12oz: Both juniors and adult sizes
  • 12oz - 20oz: Usually reserved just for adults

Which size do you need?

Gyms typically have their own policy on what size gloves they want you to wear for drills and sparring, a safe bet is to ask your coach first before purchasing.

A simple guideline for you to follow:

  • 8oz/10oz: Glove sizes for amateur & professional competitions
  • 8oz, 10oz & 12oz: Bag/pad work
  • 14oz: Light sparring
  • 16oz and above: Light and heavy sparring

For a lot of gyms, 16oz for sparring is a must but confirm with your coach if 14oz is permitted for light sparring.

There is also nothing wrong with getting one pair of 14oz (check with your trainer) or 16oz gloves that you can use for everything. We actually advise this if you are a beginner and don't want to spend too much money on your first purchase of equipment.

If you then feel like you'd prefer a lighter pair of gloves or you see another design that you like, you can then get a second pair that is 10oz/12oz just for pad/bagwork.

Velcro or Lace-Ups?

Velcro boxing gloves are the most common glove type you'll see at gyms. This is because they are easier to put on, secure and take off.

Lace-up boxing gloves can be fitted much tighter when tied properly but can be inconvenient to put on at training, especially in group classes when people are waiting on you. If you do personal training with a coach then you won't have to worry about this.

Lace-ups are often used in competition. In training, we also recommend you to wear Lace-ups instead of velcro if you clinch a lot at your gym. This prevents scratching when clinching with your partner.

In summary, Velcro gloves are the most common type and is perfect if you want gloves that you can wear easily.

Aside from competition use, if you want maximum comfort at training then Lace-ups are a good choice but be sure to prepare in advance as they take longer to put on. Alternatively, you can stuff the laces inside the glove so you don't need anyone to tie them for you but this provides less wrist support. For clinch work, we advise you to wear Lace-ups to avoid potentially injuring your partner due to the velcro.


Buying a GOOD pair of Muay Thai Boxing Gloves is an investment that you won't regret. Gloves from trusted brands like Twins Special or Fairtex will last you years.

We do have cheaper alternatives but we make sure that everything we stock is of good quality, the best materials and ultimately, provides you with proper protection and comfort. As a result, we avoid stocking very cheap equipment as they don't last long for the consumer and leaves you more prone to injury.