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RDX KARA Full Face Head Gear F6RDX KARA Full Face Head Gear F6
RDX KARA Full Face Head Gear F6
Sale price$84.99
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RDX - T2 HEADGEAR WITH NOSE BARRDX - T2 HEADGEAR WITH NOSE BAR
RDX - T2 HEADGEAR WITH NOSE BAR
Sale price$74.00
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Headgear Black AdidasAdidas Headgear Black
Adidas Super Pro Training Full-Face Head Guard
Sale price$169.95
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Punch Black Full Face Headgear AustraliaPunch Full Face Headgear Black
Urban Full Face Boxing Headgear - Punch Equipment
Sale price$79.95 Regular price$85.00
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Cleto Reyes Cheek Protection Head GearCleto Reyes Cheek Protection Head Gear
Cleto Reyes Cheek Protection Head Gear
Sale price$297.00 Regular price$299.95
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Cleto Reyes Traditional Headgear with Nylon Face Bar
Cleto Reyes Traditional Headgear with Nylon Face Bar
Sale price$337.00 Regular price$339.95
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PUNCH OPEN FACE BOXING HEADGEAR V30PUNCH OPEN FACE BOXING HEADGEAR V30
PUNCH OPEN FACE BOXING HEADGEAR V30
Sale price$109.99
Adidas Head GearAdizero Moulded Head
Adizero Moulded Head
Sale price$99.95
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Nosebar Boxing Headgear BlackPunch Nosear Boxing Headgear Black
Adistar Pro Headgear METALLIC BLUE SILVERAdistar Pro Headgear METALLIC BLUE SILVER
Adistar Pro Headgear METALLIC BLUE SILVER
Sale price$239.95
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  • Why buy headgear equipment?
    • There's nothing more important than protecting your head when it comes to Martial Arts. Therefore having quality gear that's replaced often will ensure you stay safe when in the arena or just training with mates.
  • Why buy headguards? 
    • Whether you do MMA, Boxing or Muay Thai you will most likely start to spar with your training partners. When you start to spar you will want to make sure you have your gym bag ready with all the right gear! Good quality headguards will let you train with the confidence of not getting injured. In combat sport your safety is paramount - protect your head at all times!
  • What are the costs of headguards?
    • Headguards range from $56 and up to $235.95. The ones at the lower-end will do that job for casual sessions. If you want to take your training seriously and level up, opt for reputable brands such as Adidas, Fairtex and Twins Special headguards. They have our seal of approval for safety rating, comfort and style.
  • What are the types of headguards?
    • Headguards come either open-faced or complete with a nose and jaw protector. People find that the open-faced headgear is more comfortable and freeing whereas the latter may feel more restrictive, but does offer more protection. Everyone has a personal preference - choose what makes you feel most comfortable. 
  • What are the most popular headguards?
    • We let our customers do the talking! Twins Special Face Sparring Headgear is most popular amongst the Fight Gear Direct community, with the RDX KARA Full Face Head Gear F6 and the Trophy Getters Full Face Boxing Headgear coming close behind. The brands to watch here are Twins Special and RDX
  • What should you consider when buying boxing headgear?
    • When buying boxing headgear, there are a few things you'll want to keep in mind. First, consider the level of protection you need. If you're a beginner, you'll want something that covers more of your head, whereas if you're more experienced, you may be comfortable with something that doesn't cover as much. Second, think about the fit. You want something that's snug but not too tight, as it needs to protect your head but not obstruct your vision. Finally, take into account the style. There are many different types of headgear available, so choose one that matches your personal preferences. With these things in mind, you'll be sure to find the perfect pair of boxing headgear for you.
  • Should you wear boxing headgear when sparring?
    • When you're first starting out in boxing, it's important to protect yourself with the proper gear. Headgear is essential for minimising the risk of serious injury when sparring. Generally, headgear should cover your entire head, including your ears. It should also have a chin strap to keep it securely in place. Look for headgear that has good visibility and breathability. You'll want to be able to see clearly and not overheat while you're wearing it. Most importantly, make sure that the headgear feels comfortable and does not inhibit your movement. With the right headgear, you can focus on perfecting your technique without worrying about getting hurt.
       

 

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