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Windy Pro-Style Shin-Instep or Combat Sports Gel Shock Shin Guards anybody use them

Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Discussion' started by jbob8314, Aug 15, 2010.

  1. jbob8314

    jbob8314 White Belt

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    anybody use them havent found any good reviews
     
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    Connoisseur Purple Belt

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    I've used windy city shinguards before, they're just fine. From the pics, the Combat sports ones look legit too; I'm not so picky, but I tend to think that most reputable companies will have quality products.

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  3. Andrew D

    Andrew D Blue Belt Professional Fighter

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    I love my Windy ones
     
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    Combat sports makes some really good cheap shin gaurds
     
  5. miko

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    I favour my Windy ones over my Twins
     
  6. jbob8314

    jbob8314 White Belt

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    i was leaning towrds more towards the twins they look a hell of a lot lighter do they shift alot
     
  7. ASEGSEA

    ASEGSEA Guest

    I own Top-Kings and they're decent. This week I get in RenegadeMMA's tri-core shins and Hayabusa's Pro Striking. If you're interested or if it'll help you decide on what to get for shin guards I'll post an early impressions on them
     
  8. SAAMAG

    SAAMAG San Antonio Applied Martial Arts Group

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    I've got a set of twins classics and a set of KO fightgear ones. Both shift and turn a lot.

    I think I'm going to go with one that with the "sock" fittament.
     
  9. ASEGSEA

    ASEGSEA Guest

    How do you like your KOFG's? I read they are great for protection, but shift a lot as you said. I considered buying them for my home gym for muay thai practice since they offer some great absorbtion.
     
  10. MAS4T0

    MAS4T0 Blue Belt

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    I've not used Windy so can't help.

    You may get a better response in the Gear and Equiptment section.
     

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