Superare Fight Goods

Superare S50 Lace Up Gloves - Gold


Thank you for taking a look at the Superare Italian collection.  With this line, we are aiming to be the very best in the world in regards to professional boxing gear but please, see for yourself!

Product features:

Handmade in Italy.

The finest Italian cowhide leather.

Multi-layered Italian foam for a soft yet ultra-protective experience.

Great for both training and sparring uses.

Supreme attention to detail and quality.

Available in 10-16oz

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Custom options available (email for more information)

*Gold finish is durable but still susceptible to wear over time as is the case with all metallic colors.  Please remember to use a dry cloth to wipe down your gloves after use and not use any harsh wipes or materials on the outer portion of the gear.

⚠️ WARNING: California Proposition 65

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Favorite gloves

Got these in 16oz to spar in and they don’t feel like any of my other gloves (in a good way). All this padding saves my hands and protects my sparring partners but with still being soft enough to fully open my hand and make a natural fist. Highly
Recommend. Also they look sexy as hell.


The gloves are amazing!

not good

Used these gloves 3 times and couldn't wait to get them off my hands each time. I have above average sized hands and these fit very tight, which isn't necessarily a bad thing alone, however the thumb piping pulls my thumb back and causes me to have to fight the glove to make a natural fist...then after about 15 minutes my thumb is in pain, borderline numb, and a natural fist can't happen at all (and then comes hand pain from punching with a fist that isn't tight). The inner lining is baggy and it bunches up which is compounded by the overall tight fight the tight finger compartment.

I have 40 or so pairs of gloves, pretty much at least one from every manufacturer (from Winning and Grant down to Superior) and, while these are near the top price wise, they are the gloves that I am least happy with. Despite the fact that they are beautiful, leather looks great quality, metallic seems like it'd be pretty durable (for metallic), and stitching seems great I'll not put these on my hands again.

These may be good for small hands.

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