Sizing charts are to aid you in the picking the correct size, but many factors go into the perfect fit. The sizing charts are not guaranteed to provide the correct size.
Top (t-shirts, sweat-shirts...)
|Size||Chest (cm)||Chest (inches)|
|XS||86cm - 91cm||34 inches - 36 inches|
|S||91cm - 97cm||36 inches - 38 inches|
|M||99cm - 104cm||39 inches - 41 inches|
|L||106cm - 112cm||42 inches - 44 inches|
|XL||114cm - 120cm||45 inches - 47 inches|
|XXL||121cm - 127cm||48 inches - 50 inches|
Bottom (fight shorts, trousers)
|Waist size (cm)||Waist size (inches)||Size (Europe)||Size (US & UK)|
|72 cm||28 inches - 29 inches||XXS - 36||XXS - 28|
|76 cm||30 inches||XS - 38||XS - 29/30|
|80 cm||31 inches - 32 inches||S - 40||S - 30/31|
|84 cm||33 inches||M - 42||M - 33|
|88 cm||34 inches - 35 inches||L - 44||L - 34/35|
|92 cm||36 inches - 37 inches||XL - 46||XL - 36/37|
|96 cm||38 inches||XXL - 48||XXL - 38|
A simple method to determine the size of the glove you’ll need is to measure the circumference of your hand, just below the knuckles. If your right handed, use your right hand and vice versa.
The most common sizes for gloves run small, medium and large. The most common sizes for gloves are:
8 oz – common for competitive boxers
10 oz – common for competitive boxers
12 oz – common for women and people with small hands for training
14 oz – common for average size people for training.
16 oz – common for people of all sizes for training.
18 oz – commonly used for larger weight classes for training
20 oz – commonly used for larger weight classes for training
The first thing you need to do to measure for MMA gloves is take the cloth measuring tape and measure around the circumference of your knuckles. Then you will need to look at a glove size chart.
Venum Size Charts