Everlast is one of the most popular boxing brands when it comes to boxing gloves. Some are best for sparring, others for the heavy bag, and then there are competition gloves too.
But, even though they’re all made by the same brand, in this case, Everlast, the boxing gloves size chart can differ on the model.
Below, we’re going to tell you the official Everlast gloves size chart for each different model so you can buy the right size. These have all come from Everlast’s website.
Classic & Pro-Style Glove Size
Everlast’s Classic and Pro-Style boxing gloves are some of the best cheap boxing gloves that you can buy. This makes them great for beginners, but it’s not always easy to know which size to get when you’re new.
When buying boxing gloves you won’t always find the sizes in ounces so we’ve also put the small, medium, and large sizes next to the ounce sizes.
|140 lb. and under||5’5″ and below||8-12 oz. (small)|
|140 lb. to 180 lb.||5’6″ to 6′||14 oz. (medium)|
|180 lb. and greater||6′ and above||16 oz. (large)|
Elite & PowerLock Training Glove Size
If you’re not after beginner boxing gloves, then Everlast has their Elite Training gloves for more experienced fighters. These start at 14 ounces and go up to 18 ounces, all depending on your weight and height.
The next gloves up from these are the Powerlock Training Gloves and these use the same size chart. These are great gloves for the heavy bag and sparring with an advanced opponent.
|140 lb. and under||5’5″ and below||14 oz. (medium)|
|140 lb. to 180 lb.||5’6″ to 6′||16 oz. (large)|
|180 lb. and greater||6′ and above||18 oz. (X-large)|
Powerlock Pro Fight Gloves Size
The final Everlast boxing glove model is the Powerlock Pro Fight Glove and the Powerlock Training Gloves. As these are made for competitive fights they are lower-weight gloves. This size chart is simple as you only need to pick between 8 or 10-ounce gloves.
|146 lb. or less||8 oz.|
|147 lb. or greater||10 oz. XL|