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5/26/12 4:15 PM
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ErikT
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I never skimp on my equipment but I just don't have the budget to go with something $$$ right now so if you guys can recommend some brands/models I'd appreciate it. Thanks.

Punching mits too.
5/29/12 10:19 PM
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http://www.goldentiger.com/shop/shop_info.html?disp_id=001003&prod_id=P95022649352861061&pn=1&sub_id=001003003&listg=gosub

These are permabuilt pads under a different name. I have two pairs, one medium, one heavy. We use the mediums mostly. The heavy ones work as leg shields or for the really heavy hitters in class. HIGHLY recommend.
6/5/12 2:24 PM
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6/6/12 12:22 AM
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6/10/12 7:38 PM
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6/11/12 10:19 PM
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I am still using a pair of perma built that I purchased almost 18 years ago. Phone Post
6/13/12 12:16 AM
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Those CSI pads are made of vinyl. I held a pair of brand new pair of Ring to Cage vinyl pads for a pro fighter and they lasted about 20 minutes till they were tore to shreds.

6/23/12 2:09 PM
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Skpotamus - http://www.goldentiger.com/shop/shop_info.html?disp_id=001003&prod_id=P95022649352861061&pn=1&sub_id=001003003&listg=gosub

These are permabuilt pads under a different name. I have two pairs, one medium, one heavy. We use the mediums mostly. The heavy ones work as leg shields or for the really heavy hitters in class. HIGHLY recommend.


thanks I'm going to give these a shot
12/1/12 11:54 AM
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All the combat sports stuff is great and good prices
12/2/12 3:54 PM
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If its for heavy hitters or fighters then I don't think their are any. Classes/ fitness noobs, etc i found Drako makes a decent pad. They are light and durable but will chew your arm up if used with fighters.

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12/17/12 11:32 AM
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Edited: 12/17/12 11:33 AM
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I got these Bod Boy Pads not that long ago and i love them! great quality and good price.


http://www.alloutmmagear.com/bad-boy-mma-thai-pad-single?filter_name=thai%20pads

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