These are the ones that I have (Top Contender Grappling Shin Pads
). They are very well made, and are the tightest and most secure shin pads I have ever used.
If you use them, I suggest using them on a regular enough basis to break them in, as the neoprene sock/boot is extremely tight. It takes anywhere from 2 to 5 minutes for me to put the pair on. After sweating in them and having a suction seal form between the boot and my calves, it easily takes twice as much time to take them off.
As an alternative, you can also try these: Combat Sports MMA Training Shin Guards
. The striking surface is leather (in comparison to the synthetic leather of the Top Contenders above), but aside from that, the colors and logo, they are constructed exactly the same. I find that standard cloth shin/instep pads work well too, and I have a pair that I always keep on hand to use when I don't want to wrestle with the Top Contenders. If you are new to the equipment, the Top Contenders can't be beat for the price.
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