The thick foam on the shin and foot absorbs impacts effectively
Ergonomic protection with double fastening for a better fit
Polyurethane covering, high density foam pad that stands up to wear and tear.
To keep your shin guard in place throughout your karate training session or fight, we used anatomical data. The aim? To design a guard that truly hugged the shape of your shin. The foam is shaped to follow the natural outline of the shin, giving you the perfect fit.
Fighting the problem of twisting
We have added two straps on each side of the shin to hold everything in place. Together with the product's ergonomic design, this double strap stops it from twisting. By twisting, we mean the fact that shin guards slide around during fights. Sometimes you feel like you've spent the entire session rearranging them. But from now on you can focus solely on your fight while enjoying complete freedom of movement.
Protection and durability
This model, which complies with World Karate Federation rules, is composed of two detachable parts: a shin guard and a foot guard. These two parts are made from thick foam that covers your entire shin and instep, giving you excellent impact protection. As for the polyurethane coating, it provides very good resistance to wear.
Choosing your karate shin guard
"The shin and foot guards are available in sizes S, M, L and XL.
These sizes correspond to the following heights:
Size S (between 1.34 and 1.52 m tall)
Size M (between 1.52 and 1.70 m tall)
Size L (between 1.70 and 1.88 m tall)
Size XL (between 1.88 and 2.00 m tall)
Adjust the shin/foot guard to fit your leg then secure it with the rip-tabs. Your shin guards should be neither too tight nor too loose: they shouldn't slip around."
Directions for use
To be worn with bare feet, without socks.
After use, remember to dry out your shin guard. This avoids build up of unpleasant odours and increases the life of your protective equipment.
Wipe clean with a damp cloth dipped in soapy water. Allow to air dry at room temperature. Do not place near a heat source such as a radiator.