Nationman muay thai??

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  1. lublin82

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  2. Ryukyu Damashi

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    Nationman is like the Thai version of the cheap Everlast line. Not worth $38 IMO.
     
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    lol harsh recap. But good to know if thru:p

    By the way i always thought that Thais take great pride in making solid equipment.I guess i was wrong :(
     
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    The only thing good from them would be those ankle supports, right?
     
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    i have those ankle supports and they are ok.. not going to last for long now. after 15 training sessions they are worn badly,

    i wouldnt buy those cloves.
     
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    yea I bought the ankle supports also and was not very pleased. Stitching tore up after 1st time
     
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    Nationman slip on shinguards are good. The ankle wraps are ok, but they are only $3 us if bought in Thailand. Their gloves are crap.
     
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    nationman is actually a massive brand here in thailand. however in my opinion only 3 things they do well, which are anke supports, shin guards and elbow pads.
     
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    I have their ankle supports and their decent. Pretty worn out after a couple months though.
     
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    crap gloves.
     
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    thanks for the info
     
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    That's a good product analogy. As a company, Nationman is to Thailand what AMF was to the U.S. back in the day - the classic "jack of all trades, master of none". They make everything from soccer balls to boxing rings to ping pong tables.
     
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    talking about ankle guards, shin and elbow pads. I think jasper or d&m are better.

    nationman is not that sucks, their MT shorts are great for beginners who do not want to spend much on it.
     
  14. I think they are only good at Ankle Guard.
     
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