TITLE Gel World Full-Face Training Headgear
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- Gel lining and multi-layered design foam
- Fully padded cheeks, forehead, ears and back
- Hook-and-loop rear closure with leather and elastic top
- All-leather build in full-face style
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Gel lining and multi-layered sleek design foam makes for an unbeatable combination of comfortable form-fit and impact resistance. Fully padded cheeks, forehead, ears and back make for optimal wraparound coverage and fit. Super convenient rear entry design makes for the best on and off of any headgear on the market. Hook-and-loop rear closure with leather and elastic top make perfect custom adjustments. All-leather build in full-face style with added chin protection. Regular, 6 3/8" - 7 1/8", up to 150 lbs. Large, 7 1/4" - 8", 150 lbs. & above
Color: Red | Size: Regular
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I started out with no headgear at all in sparring. Got knocked out for a good second on hook to the button.
Plenty of hits to jaws, nose, ears, etc. I felt those hits pretty good.
Then I got this headgear, since our gym started a headgear only policy if you wanted to spar.
Well I have Title Gel gloves, so I thought I'd get this headgear, as I love the gloves.
The headgear, now worn for one full session, really does lessen the blows quite a bit. You feel the hits sure enough.
But your brain doesn't get quite as scrambled, your jaw quite as well knocked around, with this well protection headgear.
I am pretty sure unless it's a real hard hit to the button, you're not going to experience a concussive knockout with this nice little piece of kit.
It does slide around on my face as I get hit, but I take a split second to straighten it out once again.
Highly recommended, I think it will save on brain injury.