Contender Fight Sports MMA Muay Thai Kickboxing Protective Grappling Shin Guards
|Price:||$28.87 - $47.22|
|Sale:||Lower price available on select options|
- Shock absorbing foam covered with synthetic leather striking surface
- Neoprene wrap for firm hold
- Designed specifically for the grappler
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The most secure fitting guards available. A neoprene wrap holds the guards firmly in place. Strategically placed shock absorbing foam covered with a synthetic leather striking surface. Designed specifically for the grappler.
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Regardless, I do like them. The don't twist or rotate, are light & for the most part comfortable. The biggest drawback with these neoprene sleeve types is that they tend to start to stink after some time as it's really hard to clean the insides. I've found that washing them tends to break them down, so my next pair won't be these, but my shins are stronger because of them.
If you are looking for a cheap but amazingly good shin pads for using when grappling, this are for you.
If you are looking for a shin pads for Muay Thai: why are you looking at grappling shin pads?
I practice Muay Thai 4 times a week, and I don't wear this for that, I wear a 100$ pair of shin pads designed for Muay Thai.
Of course this are less padded that a Muay Thai shin pads, because is not designed for Muay Thai practicioners.
Now, I'm getting into MMA (two times per week), and I bought this as an entry level shin pads to use on MMA training/sparring because there is a complet different sport.
This shin pads are hard to put it on, and harder to remove; just because the the idea is that they stay put as you move and roll and grappling and whatever on the floor.
Once and again, I will recommend this for everybody looking for a pair of cheap yet good pair of grappling shin pads.
That being said I have to tell that I'm a 5'11/200 lb guy and the large ones are kind of tight on me, however I have fairly bulky legs.
Put some cedar chips in a sock and put in the guards after a workout and it'll keep these fresh and dry.
Male, 5'-10 1/2", slim, 145 pounds, 30" waist with long, thin legs.
All in all, this seems like a very good pair of shin guards to start with, if you are not sure of what to buy.
I ordered the Regular and it fits me well. I do light to middle intensity sparring 2 times a week (Muay Thai - Thai Boxing) and use this and have not had a problem till now. I've had this for about 6 weeks now.
- It protects well. Although we don't super hard, I have not had a single kick hurt me while striking or covering a kick
- It doesn't slide during the session, even though my legs get super sweaty
- Very comfortable during sparring
- Low price
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