TITLE MMA Vertical Quad Flex Fight Shorts
|Price:||$19.33 - $59.99|
- Adult Sizes: M (28-32), L (32-34), X (34-36), XX (36-40)
- Youth Sizes: YS (18-20), YM (20-22), YL (22-24), YX (24-26)
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Constructed of super strength and ultra-comfort polyester with extra wide moisture wicking full crotch and inseam stretch panel for professional fit, function and results. The quad-flex full under panel insert allows excellent freedom of movement, moisture retention, and unrestricted leg and kicking movements. Heavy-duty elasticized waistband with full length internal drawstring, adjustable hook-and-loop front fly and waist closures provides secure fit. Complete with outside leg slits for uninhibited standing and ground action.
Top Customer Reviews
87cm waist 34.2in.
102cm hips 40in.
I fit both a Medium and a Large, but prefer M.
The L gives me space to grow, and get a little fat, but the M stays exactly where I put it, because of the elastic.
If you are doing Anything where you are standing up, these are awesome.
There is no restriction of movement, and they have a string tie in there, so you can secure it more firmly, if you want.
If, however you are doing groundwork, you better have a compression-short type jockstrap, or you will be showing the world your... goods.
The cut is very high on the sides to give you the flex you need to kick someone in the head, but this also means if you lay on your back, and wrap your feet around you opponent, these are going to look more like bikini briefs, then boxers.
Instead of buying new shorts, I bought a few compression-short type groin guards, to wear for those days.
The only real complaint I would have with these, is what other people mentioned: The "zipper" and the "belt" are all one piece.
It's an L shape, so if you line the velcro up with the 'zipper' part, then you can not really adjust the belt part.
I would also like the soft velcro on the right, to go out further. If you pull it tight, then you get some overhang of the rough velcro, and that will sometimes grab your shirt.
There was a review saying that the crotch velcro stands out awkwardly but I have not noticed this with or without a cup on.
The only down side I've noticed is that on the side of the leg where the "V" is split that they began to tear with very little abuse. A simple sewing reinforced the sides and hasn't been a problem since.
A bit pricey but if you know you'll stick with your training they're worth the purchase.