Hayabusa fightwear unveils Marvel Hero Elite Boxing Gloves

Hayabusa Fightwear

Punch like one of your favourite Marvels Super Hero with Hayabusa Fightwear Gloves.

Hayabusa Fightwear

If you are an  ardent fan of Marvels movie’s superstars and want to punch like one of them  for real, then this new product designed by the Canada based Hayabusa Fightwear has something exclusive to suffice the burgeoning wishes of yours.

In partnership with the Marvel Entertainment, Hayabusa Fightwear has launched  a limited edition series of boxing gloves  inspired by the Marvel superheroes like “Black Panther”, Captain America” Captain Marvel, ” Iron Man” and “The Punisher”.

The Marvel Hero Elite Collection, now available for pre-order, is slated for release in early March this year.

The Marvel   Hero Elite Collection is priced at rupees $299.99 a pair. One can also place a pre-order for the gloves.

“It’s our first go with character-based gloves,” said Eddie Daniels, a spokesman for Hayabusa, which is based out of Kingston. “Everything that we’ve done in the past has been strictly on fighting, whether it’s training or live fights.”

Hayabusa Fightwear which was established in the year of 2006 offers Combat Fitness and Sports line ranging from boxing gloves to shorts and compression apparel.  Former MMA Fighter Luke Harris and Canadian Judo team member from St. Albert, Alta were happened to be one the co-founders of the company.

At present, the Marvel-themed gloves are designed for training purposes having an extra wrist support and cushioning to shield the hands during repeated punching. It should be noted Hayabusa  supplies a discrete line of boxing gloves for real fights.

“These gloves can be used for pad work, for sparring with other individuals, for heavy bag workouts,” said Daniels. We’ve done a lot of studies on hand support and wrist injuries and our gloves are built based on those studies,” he added.

Daniels believes the Marvel gloves will be of interest to both athletes and collectors. Hayabusa literally is Japanese for peregrine falcon, a predator that hunts from above and can drop into a steep dive that tops 320 km/h.

Hayabusa’s stable of fighters includes former UFC welterweight and middleweight champion Georges St-Pierre.




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