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Brave Shin Instep Guards - Red/Black
Item No. 1473108P In stock
Adult Century Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Brave Not Applicable Not Applicable
Brave Shin Instep Guards - Silver/Navy
Item No. 1473208P In stock
Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Brave Not Applicable Not Applicable
Brave Youth Shin Instep Guard
Item No. 147027P Out of stock
Youth Century Unisex Not Applicable Not Applicable Brave Not Applicable Not Applicable
Brave Youth Shin Instep Guards
Item No. 1473127 Out of stock
Youth Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Brave Not Applicable Not Applicable
Captain America Forearm Guard
Item No. MARV5033 In stock
Cloth Hand/Forearm Pad
Item No. 1495 In stock
Cloth Shin Instep Pads
Item No. 1497 In stock
Not Applicable Century Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable Multiple Not Applicable
Cloth Shin Pads
Item No. 1496 In stock
Century Multiple
Creed MMA Shin Instep Guards
Item No. 146005 In stock
Century Creed MMA
Creed Traditional Shin Instep Guards
Item No. 146006 In stock
Century Creed Multiple
Drive MMA Shin Instep Guards
Item No. 141005P In stock
Century Drive MMA
Drive Traditional Shin Instep Guards
Item No. 141004P In stock
Century Drive Multiple
Forearm Pad
Item No. 1494 In stock
Forearm/Elbow Inner Pad
Item No. 149341 In stock
Grappling Shin Guard
Item No. TGSG In stock
Hulk Shin Guard
Item No. MARV5044 Low stock
KIZE Shin Instep
Item No. 11730 In stock
Krav Maga Shin Instep Guards
Item No. 145006 Low stock
Century Multiple
Martial Armor Forearm Guards
Item No. 14932 In stock
Century Martial Armor Multiple
Martial Armor Hand Forearm Guards
Item No. 14933 In stock
Century Forearm Martial Armor Multiple
    Shin & Forearm Guards

    Shin guards are used in many martial arts and in MMA training (although they are not used in MMA matches). There are several styles of shin instep guard; however, the most important thing is the fit. A shin guard should not slide around or shift on your leg. Some shin guards can be paired with or attached to sparring boots, while others may simply have an attached, padded flap that covers the foot.
    Forearm guards are used to provide additional coverage during training. Wearing them is often a matter of personal preference; however, they can be a great benefit during self-defense, krav maga, and training where gloves are typically not worn but additional coverage is desired.
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