Looking for opinions on these shin guards

Max Shane

Amateur Fighter
Nov 11, 2005
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There are alot of shin guards at that site so I don't know which one to go with, but these were pretty cheap and look the same as the others just with a different brand so I'm wondering if anyone has any experience with these. I'm training in MMA and my main concern is that they don't slip and become a nuisance. If these shin guards aren't that great point me in the direction of what I should be going for.
I haven't tried those out, but I did a review (with pics) of a different set from CSI. Look for that thread.
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I can't think of too many products (at least not CSI) that are under $30 like your looking at. I have not heard anything about those models but I know that the CSI models are very nice.
I had a pair, they lasted maybe 2 months before the elastic straps that go under the feet ripped ON BOTH. Aside from that, they don't stay in place well and have a huge gap between the instep and shin. Most Top Contender stuff I've used is fine, but these suck. THey're really hard and heavy as well. More of a trainers pad than a sparring pad if you know what I mean.
For MMA, I'd say get the CSI pads that slip on like a giant sock. A little more $$, but you get what you pay for(sometimes less).
How long have you had your's Kyle? Cool avatar btw.