Hi guys. This is my first post and review, please don't rip me apart. First time buying gloves from Sabas. I wanted to try a Grant inspired glove since I only have a pair of Winnings 12oz and Hayabusa Ikusa 16oz. I heard good stuffs about Sabas and lucky me, this month they had the Pro Series Prime in stock. So I went and copped a pair. Shipping only took 2 days from west coast to east coast, which was fantastic. Now on to the gloves: First Impressions (Fit/Feel/Finish): Took them out of the package and wow, these gloves feel rock hard The leather looks really rugged and durable. The stitching is nice and there are no loose threads, however the holes for the laces are not cut cleanly. When I was re-lacing with my Lock-Laces, I could not thread through the holes. I had to poke through them with a toothpick a few times to clear the hole. The cuffs are longer than I am use to, but hey it is a triple cuff, unbeatable wrist protection. Lots of padding on the inside of the wrist. The inside padding on the wrist is not as streamlined as the Winnings padding. The liner is quite rough compared to the Winnings liner and even the Hayabusas. I would definitely follow Sabas recommendation of wrapping your hands when using these gloves for more comfort. Hand compartment is pretty snug. There is just enough space for hand wraps. My hands are decent size? I am 5'10 and 158lbs with super thin wrists. There was no issue with thumb placement. There is one thing I am worried about, unlike Winning or the Hayabusas, the padding does not go all the way over the fingers. There is just the outer leather and a piece of felt/suede at the tip. It feels nice but when I make a fist I can see my middle and index fingers stretching the leather. Hope I will not poke a hole through the gloves. And did I mention the padding was hard af? On a scale of 1 (pillow) to 10 (rock): Winning is a 3, Hayabusa Ikusa is a 4, the Sabas PSP is probably around a 8 or 9. Performance (On Heavy Bag/Mitts) Padding is thick from the back of the hand all the way to the fingers. Really nice popping sound on the bags and mitts. Overall glove is relatively compact. The padding is harder than Winnings... by a lot, too. But I can still feel my punches. The knuckle face is really flat, so I would not recommend people with bad form to use this exact model. Can not compare to any other Mexican style gloves since I never tried any gloves other than Winnings. Overall: I only got a few rounds in them so I will update again in the near future and try my best to answer everyone's questions. I am going to beat the crap out of these gloves on the heavy bag since I will only be using my Winnings on mitts. If you hate your sparring partner, you can use them to break in these gloves! Just kidding, it is not good to hit people with rocks.