High quality Allright boxing bag made of high quality artificial leather.
Sturdy, sewn-on tasktas allow for some suspension of the bag, the straps do not twist when the bag moves.
Material-high-quality artificial leather
Everlast 70-Pound MMA Poly Canvas Heavy Bag
- Everlast’s sole liability is limited to repairing or replacing products that are returned within this 120-day period, unless specific product literature specifies otherwise.
- I will reach out to the seller and update this review if they are able to assist me.
- She goes in the basement and pounds the crap out of it pretending it’s me.
- I love the fact that this comes pre-filled, and ready to hang.
- The only thing that I had a bit of an issue with was the hardware that was supplied to hang the heavy bag with.
- The chain in particular wasn’t nearly long enough to hang from my 10-ft ceiling.
- I also swapped out the other hardware that it came with for slightly more heavy duty hardware that I already had in my garage.
- Aside from the slight disappointment at the hardware, this bag is great.
- I’ve been using it every day, and it’s held up beautifully.
- Turns out when it arrived I had actually received the “Ever last power-core level 3”, Which is a 100lb (I think) bag that I believe is constructed slightly different than this.
- Reviews on that one are mostly god but there is a suspicious amount of people saying there is an issue with the stuffing.
- The one I ordered from this right here said “USED” however it looks completely new with tags and in plastic.
- Always awesome deals, other than this slip up today I have no complaints.
- Also do not try to contact Everlast as NICHE PRODUCTS EMPIRE IS NOT AN AUTHORIZED SELLER FOR EVERLAST, so they refused my return as well.
- This product is a waste of time, buy an unfilled punching bag that will last 10 years for the same price and fill it yourself.
- My son beats the heck out of it 2 or 3 times a week and still looks like new.
- Easy to hang when paired with Everlast hanging hardware.
- It is a rough material, make sure to buy gloves or wrap your hands.
- I would suggest getting a weight for the bottom to keep it stable.
- I noticed it takes a lot of weight on it to keep from constantly sliding.
- Slightly shorter than i had hoped, but I am 6ft 3in, 220lbs.
- Heavy bag you will need more chain or a separate way to hang it.
Everlast MMA Heavy-Bag Kit
- I ended up mounting this to a tree as I’m simply renting the house I’m staying at.
- Unless you’re buying professional quality bags at 5x the price, they’re all going to be around 3ft in length.
- The chain allows you to adjust the height to suit your needs.
- Not great for multiple users or for kickboxers, since you’ll have to adjust the height each time.
- If you’re practicing combinations with lots of low kicks, you’re probably too advanced for this bag anyway.
- Most likely, you’ll either buy a freestand that needs to be anchored with weights so it doesn’t move, or you’re going to screw a hook into a load bearing support.
- The hook is easy if you can drill holes in the ceiling support or you can get an L shaped support to hang off the wall.
- But if you don’t get it into a strong wall stud, the weight of the bag is going to destroy your wall/ceiling.
- I used a free stand with about 50lbs of old weights to hold it down.
- It takes 5x6ft of the floor, about a quarter of my second bedroom.
- Unless you have a room to spare or an unused basement, a punching bag is a big investment in space.
- I had my bag shipped to the box store, and the box was still damaged.
- It may just be unavoidable with something this big and heavy.
- Just make sure all of the parts are there, and the bag didn’t get punctured.
- The bag itself it pretty heavy duty, with a solid exterior and good stitching.
- After a year of moderate use I’ve yet to see any significant wear.
- It weighs down the bottom so it doesn’t sway as much when you hit it.
- The gloves are cheap but you should invest in good gloves if you wanna box or hit the bag.
- Everything is good, although the gloves it comes with kinda suck but hey for the price and to be included it ain’t all that bad.
- I put them next to my other 14 oz gloves so people don’t think they are good for boxing more like training only.
- I had to get creative as the -beam is very wide and I cant find a mount for it yet, but I am still searching.
- Until then the method I used will hold me without issue and I weigh 300 pounds more than the bag.
- Like I said I am a big dude, at 380 pounds I can deliver a heck of a blow and this bag can take it, the last bag I had I ended up ripping the support straps off of it, I don’t think that will be an issue with this one as the support straps look very well made, I will update of course if there is an issue.
- I am not a fan of the gloves that come with it, they cause my wrists to bend, but the wraps are perfect and actually replaced my old original wraps I loved so well.
- The bungee cord that came with it I used on the Anchor that I bought as well, I went ahead and doubled them up just in case.
- All in all I would happily recommend this bag for beginners and pro’s alike, it is well made, will hold up to abuse and is going to last me a long time.
- If you use the gloves and hand wraps that come with this you will almost certainly injure yourself.
- You only get one pair of hands – treat them right and use at least 12 oz training gloves and get 180 inch hand wraps.
- Our teenage children use it to practice their Tae Kwon Do punching and kicking.
- It’s been handling the medium/light abuse it has been getting just fine.
- Our bag came with open ended gloves which the children tried once and really didn’t care for.
- Overall a quality bag punching bag with some nice accessories.
- I will say that when you hang the bag make sure the flat side of the metal hangers are situated facing the bag straps.
- Somehow one of our metal hangers got turned and it started to cut one of the bag straps.
- I work out of town and when I finally get home and I open it, the zipper is broken and there is a tear in the corner.