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What Is Fighting Gear?

Fighting gear in a real sense is a supplement to enhance the user’s abilities in a fighting or war-related activity, be it sports combat or actual combat. These include but are not limited to boxing gloves, headgears, shin guards and Thai pads, etc. In the world of martial arts, fighting gear is just another name for training equipment.

What Martial Arts Equipment Do We Offer?

We offer a wide variety of all martial arts equipment suitable for training and real fighting. As described above, our products can be categorized as boxing gloves, speedballs, shoes, and so on.

In essence, we offer the best products that have been proven to be effective in their respective fields. We do not compromise quality either, as we offer the best brands out there.

Why Wear Fighting Gear?

There are several reasons why one should wear fighting gear while practicing martial arts, sparring, or competing in sports combat competitions such as MMA (Mixed Martial Arts).

For beginners and children starting off, fight gear provides protection for them especially against accidental injury from their opponents’ kicks and punches. To seasoned fighters, fight gear provides protection for them against injury when their opponents make mistakes in their techniques or fail to execute the perfect form.

What Are Fighting Gear Made Of?

Most fight gears are made out of leather and padded with either foam or air-padded cushions inside. Gloves are usually made out of synthetic leather and cushioned inside to provide protection for the knuckles.

Best Fighting Gear Brands

Everlast – offers the widest selection of fighting gear for all levels and types of martial arts, be it Muay Thai to Kung Fu to MMA.

Century – offers top-quality fight gear, equipment, and apparel for martial artists who have advanced their skills in sports combat.

Fairtex – is a Thai brand known for its high-quality hand-made fight gears. It’s the official padding partner of ONE Championship many other international combat competitions.

Reebok – is a popular brand of fight gear in the world of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). It has many professional fighters as endorsers of its fight gear such as James Te-Huna, Mark Hunt, and Andrei Arlovski.