RDX Shin Guards for Muay Thai, Kickboxing and MMA Training, Approved by SATRA, Cowhide Leather Instep Leg Protector Foam…
COWHIDE LEATHER MATERIAL is selected from hides of full grain leather which have not undergone sanding, keeping the natural marks of the leather. This allows the leather maximum durability. Ideal for MMA, Muay Thai, Kickboxing training and more.
CE CERTIFIED BY SATRA with thick sheath gel padding in these MMA shin protectors provide maximum protection to the shin and absorb shock impact. The added weight is unnoticeable as the shins are strapped tightly with the legs.
TRI-LAYERED FOAM PADDING is shatter-proof in nature, keeping your legs dry and breathable. These shin guards breathe by absorbing and diffusing sweat.
A legacy in the building, the RDX SUPREME extra thick Gel infused line of protective Shin Guard (CE Certified Approved by SATRA- the world’s leading research and testing Laboratory) is redefined with technologies, fit characteristics and Pressure point Porelle membrane technology has all driven directly from fighter’s feedback. Moves with the natural contours of your shin. These are top notch, top quality handmade Guards which are constructed from select hides of full grain genuine leather with extra thick Membrane Gel Shock Padding for formidable grappling protection. The unsurpassed comfort, coverage and power are second to none. Multi-layer extra thick padding for maximum protection. Dual cross directional strap system for ultimate support and striking performance this feature ensures the proper positioning of the Shin and will make you feel like the Shins were tailored made to fit you. And you will feel total comfort and security when wearing the Shins.
Handmade constructed from Cow Hide leather (CE Certified Approved by SATRA)
RDX SUPREME extra thick Gel infused line of protective Shin
Redefined with technologies, fit characteristics & Porelle membrane technology
Multi-layer extra thick membrane gel padding for maximum protection
Dual cross directional strap system for proper positioning of the Shin