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Firepower PU Shin & Instep

£8.21 – £21.73
  
  

Description

Ridged raised section on front of shin. Assembled to absorb the hardest of blows giving high impact protection. Velcro straps and edging stripes. Originally designed for Thai and full contact fighters to wear during training but now used by all disciplines.
Firepower PU Shin & Instep in Black

Product Size Chart

To determine the correct size shin guard, measure the distance from the bottom of the knee to the top of the ankle as depicted in the diagram.
Size Shin Length
X-Small 24cm
Small 27cm
Medium 29cm
Large 32cm
X-Large 35cm

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Product Reviews

Firepower PU Shin & Instep, 7/12/2010
By Monty Sehmi (Leeds, West Yorkshire)


One word - FANTASTIC - the price the quality and the durabilty. I have had my pair for a number of years now and they are still like new. We do a lot of kicks using our shins and when we are sparring my shins have been saved a number of times. Easy to wear, very comfortable and the cushioning is fantastic. I have recommended these to my students and fellow instructors. Excellent.
Firepower PU Shin & Instep, 1/10/2011
By billy-joe (yeovil,somerset, England)


Fab bit of kit, Really really happy with them, Just what i was looking for to check kicks :) A+++
Ultimate shock protection, 23/11/2011
By darren_blakey@yahoo.com (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)


The best blitz have bar none. A tad bulky and slow you down a bit but- for training full contact and taking stops kicks and using with Thai blocks, they perform the best, better than more expensive alternatives out there.
Firepower PU Shin & Instep, 21/2/2012
By Martin (London, London)


This is my first set of proper shin pads, although I do like them, I have found that the metal clip connecting the strap to the pad on the side, slips/moves at times, thus causing it to tear. Also, what would be great is to get the measurement of the shin part, as I bought mine and it turned out smaller than I expected. But this pad offers great protection.