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    Quote Originally Posted by Fightshop.Com View Post
    Fairtex and Hayabusa are PU/PVC (not sure which but plastic non the less). Don't be fooled by "Fairtex Syntec Leather" its just plastic

    If so.. why aren't Hayabusa shin pads advertised as PU/PVC on your website also, and not just the Fairtex ones ??


    imo take away the price tag and the hayabusa Pro shin are really good.. the NEW heavy Duty ones look pretty good nd all tbh.. again it's only the price that's off putting.





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    http://www.fightstuff.uk.com/Items/t...e%20Leather%29

    They're the best on the market at the moment in my opinion.
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    I think if it comes to value for money Rogue are the best for MMA sparring.

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    plain blitz ones the white ones there cheap and there not stupidly soft so your shins and legs get used to putting the kicks in ive had mine about 1 and half still going strong
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    any1 tried fbt pro ones, good footcoverage, good shin protection with the extra ridge plus they go all the way up to the knee, no slipage and good price compared to the market!

    Dont know why they arent more popular? Kind of under the radar but people who have them seem to love them!

    http://www.deepbluefightwear.com/dep.../fbt-pro/50961
    High quality MMA training gear, massive range of supplements and low prices...


    www.deepbluefightwear.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreekGod View Post
    If so.. why aren't Hayabusa shin pads advertised as PU/PVC on your website also, and not just the Fairtex ones ??


    imo take away the price tag and the hayabusa Pro shin are really good.. the NEW heavy Duty ones look pretty good nd all tbh.. again it's only the price that's off putting.





    GG
    you might change your mind if you see them in real life mate

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