Hayabusa fightwear is relatively new on the MMA scene. They are a Canadian company and pride themselves on producing the “most advanced fightwear available”. They’re gradually expanding their product stock and at the time of this writing, the hayabusa product line-up consists of 4oz MMA gloves, full size sparring gloves, fight shorts, instep shin guards, rashguards and their most recent addition – “pro MMA” headgear.
4oz hayabusa gloves (MMA competition style)
Product Cost $64.99 BEST PRICE HERE!
(Company) Product Description
- Exclusive Y-shape volar design to keep gloves tight to the palm whether fists are clenched or when hands are open.
- Dual cross directional strap system for ultimate wrist support and striking performance.
- 4oz. regulation weight, professional MMA gloves.
The first thing you notice when you put the hayabusa gloves on is the snug, yet comfortable fit. According to the description, the snug fit is a result of the “dual cross directional strap system”. With some of the other MMA gloves on the market, when you open your palm to parry punches, the glove feels loose. Not the hayabusa gloves. Another thing I noticed is the softness of the leather. The hayabusa MMA gloves are 65% “premium cowhide leather”, as indicated by the inside tag.
Compared to the fairtex MMA gloves, as reviewed here, the hayabusa gloves are much softer. Obviously, the fairtex gloves, being harder, would hurt more so the gloves you select are dependant on what you’re trying to do. If you’re just using them for training, I’d go with the hayabusa gloves for sure. The quality is second to none.
With regards to the sizing, the hayabusa gloves are larger than the fairtex gloves. My only complaint about the hayabusa gloves is that it sometimes feels like the leather on the inside of the finger slot is scraping my pinkie finger when I clench my fist. But really, you can’t really train MMA and complain about a mild discomfort in your pinkie finger can you?
All things considered, the hayabusa MMA gloves are great.
Hayabusa Gloves Recommendation – YES!