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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-30-2008, 05:57 AM Thread Starter
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i have some boxing experience but im just about to start muay thai and jiu jitsu(gi 2 days a week, no gi 2 days a week) and then i will be starting mma in about a month, anyways i have never owned fight shorts(usually just trained in basketball shorts) and was told i needed to pick some up. i didnt know the differences and ended up buyin a pair of the gripflex... they have some sort of grip thing on the inside of the legs, and i have no ****in clue what for


any one try these things out? what do you think about them?

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-30-2008, 03:52 PM
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The grip flex material is to help you do things like secure an armbar against a sweat covered fighter. It works, at least it works better than no gripflex at all. Just don't wear them in a car with leather seats, or you'll end up getting pantsed as you get out (really, they will stick). If you want another pair, we have the Red/Gray pair on sale 10% off this week if you enter the code sprawl06 when you check out at www.riofightwear.com

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i have some boxing experience but im just about to start muay thai and jiu jitsu(gi 2 days a week, no gi 2 days a week) and then i will be starting mma in about a month, anyways i have never owned fight shorts(usually just trained in basketball shorts) and was told i needed to pick some up. i didnt know the differences and ended up buyin a pair of the gripflex... they have some sort of grip thing on the inside of the legs, and i have no ****in clue what for


any one try these things out? what do you think about them?
i got them...their ment for being able to hold a grip without grabbing your pants, because thats illegal in most no gi.

im not really a huge fan but their alright

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The grip flex material is to help you do things like secure an armbar against a sweat covered fighter. It works, at least it works better than no gripflex at all. Just don't wear them in a car with leather seats, or you'll end up getting pantsed as you get out (really, they will stick). If you want another pair, we have the Red/Gray pair on sale 10% off this week if you enter the code sprawl06 when you check out at www.riofightwear.com
These are what I want. Whats your shipping to Europe like?

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You can email me at stephen@riofightwear.com and ask any questions you have about our shipping policies. We ship to England usually USPS Global or FedEx International, we can make special arrangements though if you were looking for something else.

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