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Cleto Reyes boxing gloves are made in Mexico by the Industrial Reyes S.A. de C.V. and were founded by Cleto Reyes himself. Cleto Reyes gloves were used for the first time in a championship fight between the second Mexican champion, Juan Zurita, and Ike Williams in 1945. In 1965 these boxing gloves began to be distributed to the major markets in the United States as well as some other countries around the world. In 1970 Cleto’s son, Alberto Reyes, joined the operation and then in 1975 decided to register the trademark Cleto Reyes. Cleto Reyes has been fortunate enough to win quite a few prestigious recognitions. For example, in 1994, Cleto Reyes won Mexico’s National Exports Award. Today, Cleto Reyes’ products are distributed on five continents around the world. For more information about …show more content…
The gloves are excellent in a match situation, but should be set aside when sparring because of risks of injury. Maybe the best quality of these gloves is the durability. They are extremely durable. The logo on the outside does wear off rather quickly but the glove itself stays intact.

On the negative side, Cleto Reyes boxing gloves do not come with a glove bag. As mentioned previously, the wrist area has opportunity for more protection. Also, as mentioned previously, the Cleto Reyes logo on the outside of the glove does tend to wear out rather quickly. Brittle wristed people should probably stay away from these gloves but if you don’t have a ton of punching power, they are excellent.

Among the famous names that have used Cleto Reyes gloves is none other than the great Muhammad Ali. Kostya Tszyu, Carlos Monzon, Lennox Lewis, Erik Morales, and more recently Floyd Mayweather Jr. have used Cleto Reyes gloves.

In summary these gloves are a bit pricey but can still be considered an excellent value. Cleto Reyes gloves will last a long time even with regular

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