Comments about Venum Challenger 2.0 Complete Bundle:
I ordered these on a Friday evening and received them the following Monday by midday. I was very pleased with the delivery service. The first thing I noticed on examining these was the drop off in general quality compared to my old, full grain leather fairtex gear. This is to be expected though as natural leather is always more durable than synthetic leather (and correspondingly more expensive). They're still very good for synthetic leather though, and indeed I've used other, inferior gear that cost more. If you're on a budget and would like a decent full set of stand up sparring equipment that won't hurt your wallet too much this is for you.
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