Venum Impact boxing gloves : knock them all out.
The Venum Impact boxing gloves are the real deal : these authentic weapons of mass destruction will help you to crush all your opponents.
Train harder thanks to their triple density foam, specially designed to protect to protect your hands with fully attached thumbs to avoid injuries.
Spare always more : the long cuffs are improving your wrist protection while the palm mesh panel keep your hand cool.
Fight relentlessly and hit with all your power. And let every opponents fall on the floor.
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Delivery & Returns
Fight Co offer 2 options for delivery,
Economy delivery would normally arrive in approvimatly 4-5 working days
Express delivery would normally arrive within 1-2 working days
Returns/exchanges must be submitted within 30 days from the day you receive the goods.
When returning a parcel for any reason, please include a note that clearly states your name, order number and reason for return. Failure to include this will make it impossible for our Returns Department to deal with your order.
If you are returning an item for exchange, we would reccomend returning that product for a refund and ordering the size needed as this will ensure you get the product before it out of stock
Refunds will be issued using the customers initial paying method. If this is not possible then a store credit will be issued.
Payment & Security
Payments can be made through Paypal or our integrated Card payment provider.
All major credit/debit cards accepted.
Card payments can also be taked through Paypal.
Our site uses the latest 128 bit SSL security, complying with and exceeding all necessary security requirements to protect your details. We do not store any sensitive information (card number, etc).
SSL encrypts your order online to avoid any decoding of that information of anyone other than the necessary processing parties. To check the security of your connection, look at the status bar of your browser window after accessing the server. If you see an unbroken key or a closed lock then, depending upon your browser, SSL is active. You can also double check by looking at the URL line of your browser - while accessing a secure server the first characters of the address will change from HTTP to HTTPS