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  1. sway is offline

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    6/15/2011 2:27pm

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     Style: MMA

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    which shin guards?

    Please help me decide which to buy.
    Just starting mma training.


    Top Contender $25 shipped
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    Combat Sports $26 shipped


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    Top Contender $27 shipped
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     Style: Bits and pieces

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    The top contender ones ones with straps, the sock style ones slip around and can tear if you dont put them on and take them off the right way. Also, DO NOT BUY FROM COMBAT SPORTS WEBSITE, get them on ebay or something.
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    Does anyone make an mma style shin pad with a really thick pad? I've seen the combat sports mma/grappling ones, which have a reasonably thick pad compared to some mma shins, but looking for something even thicker for someone with heavy legs, but would like something more mobile than kickboxing shins.

    I've seen CSI's gel ones, but I'm dubious. I also don't particularly like CSI because a lot of the sparring gear tends to break/rip (talking about more expensive glove models too, not just the $25 stuff).
  4. Neo Sigma is offline

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    Posted On:
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     Style: Muay Thai

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    Apparently, these are pretty good MMA-style shin guards- http://mmagearguide.net/renegade-mma...er-shin-guards

    Never used those particular ones myself. And that style doesn't really give enough protection for muay thai, so I stick to my King pads.
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     Style: WHKD (Kaju), Sub. Grapple

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    Quote Originally Posted by maofas View Post
    Does anyone make an mma style shin pad with a really thick pad? I've seen the combat sports mma/grappling ones, which have a reasonably thick pad compared to some mma shins, but looking for something even thicker for someone with heavy legs, but would like something more mobile than kickboxing shins.

    I've seen CSI's gel ones, but I'm dubious. I also don't particularly like CSI because a lot of the sparring gear tends to break/rip (talking about more expensive glove models too, not just the $25 stuff).
    Cageside (local to us) does.

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