Muay Thai Shin Gaurds

When it comes to choosing a pair of shin guards key things to consider are the they straps or a sleeve that you step into? The thickness of the shinguard is going to determine how much protection you have, the thicker the padding the more protection however thicker also means more bulky and can make it slightly harder to maneuver. The last point is that be careful with going cheap you may find yourself constantly bending down to adjust which if you’re sparring is a hassle.

 

 

Top King Pro.

  • High quality leather.
  • Comfortable fit.
  • Narrower than some.
  • Good protection while still being light.
  • Velcro straps, easy to take on and off.
  • About 80 dollars US.

Top King Shin Guard

 

 

Twins Special.

  • High quality leather.
  • Thick padding.
  • wide.
  • Maximum Protection.
  • More bulky.
  • About 80 dollars US.

Twins Special Shin Guard

 

 

 

Fairtex Competition

  • Detachable foot.
  • Designed to protect as much shin as possible.
  • Approved for amateur fights.
  • Thick padding.
  • About 80 dollars US.

Fairtex SP7 Twister Detachable Shin Pads

 

 

 

 

Fairtex MMA style

  • Sleek design allowing for grappling.
  • Lightweight and durable.
  • Extra strap at the top.
  • Sleeve that you step into.
  • About 70 dollars US.

Fairtex Shin Pads SP6 MMA Style Shin Guard

 

 

 

Everlast Prime.

  • Synthetic leather
  • Decent Protection.
  • Cheap.
  • About 40 dollars US.

 

Everlast Prime MMA Shin Guards, Grey

 

 

 

Hayabusa elite striking.

  • Ergonomic design.
  • Excellent protection.
  • Expensive.
  • About 100 dollars US.

Hayabusa T3 Striking Shin Guards (Large, Black/Red)
 

 

Venum Challenger.

  • Decent protection.
  • Decent Quality.
  • Relatively cheap.
  • About 60 dollars US.

 

Venum Challenger Standup Shinguards,