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    I need to get a headguard for sparring as my head is beginning to look like a baked spud after sparring (as i really suck at stand up) i figured that headguard would cut this down a bit

    Any ideas guys

    I've looked into the hayabusa is it worth the extra cash?
    Last edited by bennyj; 17-01-2010 at 06:16 PM.

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    the full face ones are better for mma as they move around a lot less. most full face ones are a similar design, the hayabusa ones are expensive. get one of these http://www.fightshop.com/SANDEE-CLOS...duct-2104.html

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    Ive heard that although its top quality and fits very well, the busa one is very bulky!...not that ive got one, just what i read on mmawarehouse, some customer reviews. Shame that fightshop does not allow for reviews.

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    I have a full face top ten head guard, and it fits really well!
    I cant comment any more than that though as I havent tried it while sparring yet!
    I go it from this place
    http://www.phd-fitness.co.uk/store/s...53&Search.y=20

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveSupTT View Post
    I have a full face top ten head guard, and it fits really well!
    I cant comment any more than that though as I havent tried it while sparring yet!
    I go it from this place
    http://www.phd-fitness.co.uk/store/s...53&Search.y=20
    I tried this out for the first time this week.
    I can definetely reccomend this head guard. Great fit, and doest slip around when your getting a right good kicking lol

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    Sandee are full face leather and with a pull string design so they can be fitted tighter. if you dont want a full head then try an ear guard dosent save your face but keeps your ears from getting wasted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.K.A.Martial Arts View Post
    Sandee are full face leather and with a pull string design so they can be fitted tighter. if you dont want a full head then try an ear guard dosent save your face but keeps your ears from getting wasted.
    Ive got a hayabusa one, its no more bulky than any other ive had in the past.
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    ive only used an everlast one which was pretty good.
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    make sure you get one, anyone as long as it fits. I clashed heads with a mate of mine wednesday and I have a massive cut on eyebrow and a serious black eye and a swollen eyelid. This was from just working strikes on the floor and subs. its put me back 2 weeks, any head protection would have stopped it

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    always good to have one in your kit bag
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