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  • The_Ghost
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    I went onto Fairtex, they have pre-filled and unfilled bags.

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  • deus ex machina
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    You have to fill it yourself, if I'm not mistaken.

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  • The_Ghost
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    How much does the heavy bag weigh?

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  • Antagony
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    I ordered a 6-foot heavy bag from Fairtex and it's out of stock! Dammit! Waiting on them to restock it.

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  • The_Ghost
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    Originally posted by Ming Loyalist
    both fairtex and windy make less bulky "advanced" models which are thinner, made with harder foam and have a ridge of double thick material over the shin area. i have the windy ones and they are great.
    Ass.....:)

    I'm loving them now, my trainer wants to buy them.

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  • Ming Loyalist
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    Originally posted by The_Ghost
    So now I've used these fairtex shin pads...and I'm not disappointed, but I'm not thrilled either. They offer AMAZING protection, very good shin pads and I can tell they're going to last me. They feel and look bulky though, every time I put them I try and get them to shrink to my shin size, but even then they feel large...oh well.
    both fairtex and windy make less bulky "advanced" models which are thinner, made with harder foam and have a ridge of double thick material over the shin area. i have the windy ones and they are great.

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  • JOHN DOE
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    lololo

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  • The_Ghost
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    Damn you and your editing skills, I almost replied to that seriously before I scrolled down and read it again.

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  • JOHN DOE
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    Originally posted by The_Ghost
    I'll remember that next time I'm sparring you daddy. :)
    ok

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  • JOHN DOE
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    I allready have a pair hehehe.

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  • The_Ghost
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    I'll remember that next time I'm sparring you John. :)

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  • JOHN DOE
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    you want to have some fun.use soccer shin pads lol.

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  • The_Ghost
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    Yeah, I have no idea about the open-source computer OS that made computers fun and interesting. Fuck you guys, I'm not retarded.

    So now I've used these fairtex shin pads...and I'm not disappointed, but I'm not thrilled either. They offer AMAZING protection, very good shin pads and I can tell they're going to last me. They feel and look bulky though, every time I put them I try and get them to shrink to my shin size, but even then they feel large...oh well.

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  • Shuma-Gorath
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    Originally posted by Antagony
    Well The_Ghost, since this is our own private little thread . . .

    What's your distro of choice?
    I made his avatar. I don't think Ghost even knows what Linux is.

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  • Shorinjiryu1024
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    I've worn the fairtex shinpads before and in my experience they offer very good protection but they felt bulky. I couldn't kick as well, I prefer the cheap white ones that you'd probably see in a kyokushin dojo or karate place.

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