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I use Everlast for bags and boxing gloves and have found that stuff to be really good, but for general MMA gear I go with tapout.
 

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I think it's better to first determine what you need in order to train well. Then from there, you can put together your shopping list and not be without.

Wait, don't I just create The Must Have List for MMA Gear topic? Look it up to see if I've missed anything!

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The Don said:
http://www.kofightgear.com/index.htm
Here is another company they focus mainly in Muay thai style equipment but not a large selection but looks well made.
Yeah that stuff actually looks really good. Muay Thai equipment is definetly a bit unique, but that looks like impressive stuff.
 

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True Grappler
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Yeah, Muay Thai equipment is definitely different, but it's worth taking a look at, even if you're just a standard kickboxer.
 

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Ya same I use everlast for bags and training gloves, I use combat sports and top contendor gear for mitts, body protecters, and thai pads. Along with some other choice equipment that i bought from an fightwear store.
 

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Usually they'll have the size based off of the length of your shin. If they have a sizing chart available, bust out a tape measure and choose accordingly.
 
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