TITLE Classic Power Air Training Headgear

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  1. Tr0gdor

    Tr0gdor White Belt

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    Purchased the Title Classic Power Air Training Headgear over a year ago when I started sparring. I was interesting in getting lighter headgear that is breathable, but had good protection.

    Pros: Title customer service was great. The headgear seems to be made of quality materials. It's very breathable when wearing it. There isn't much blocking the face so there isn't any blockage in vision when sparring.

    Cons: I think the headgear was a bit too light. I purchased it as my first headgear not thinking I'd be going that hard, but definitely know I'm not getting much protection. The more I got in to sparring the more I knew this wasn't going to be what I wanted long term. It also moves around a lot when sparring heavily and I have to stop to readjust. I have to tie the chin strap super tight (chokingly tight) in order to get the headgear to stay in place (I have a pretty small head so dunno if that contributed to it moving around so much).

    All in all I wouldn't really recommend unless you are really looking for light protection. It might not move around so much if you have a bigger head :)

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  2. chokeingvictim

    chokeingvictim Brown Belt

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    ive bought alot of stuff from title usually anything with the TITLE CLASSIC label on it
    is just good enough not great

    i have other title products that are great but the classic line im allway wearing them out really fast
     
  3. Tr0gdor

    Tr0gdor White Belt

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    Yah, I've always had excellent service with Title. My friend has a thicker Title headgear and he thinks it's great. It's kind of hard to compare headgear if you've only used one since there is nothing to compare it against. I just know I'm not getting much coverage.
     
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  5. shera

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    Their Platinum line is much better
     
  6. GHVA226

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    Couldn't agree more. I actually tried many headgears (don't ask) and the Platinum was among my favorites. It is protective and yet nimble enough and the price is right.

    The air headgears just do not offer enough absorption as the OP stated. If you want something very light with decent protection, just go with the Everlast Competition Headgear with Cheek protectors.
     

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