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Not as good as I'd hoped

KD Martial Arts Shoes



These shoes are OK, but not anywhere as good as I'd hoped. These might make decent yoga shoes or gym slippers, but I don't find them useful for martial arts at all -- especially not grappling of any sort. Because they are slip-on, and I knew I was taking a chance with this feature, they come off very easily. I find them annoying when sparring or even doing bag work in them. I doubt I'd even like them much for kata. Also, the stitching on the edge of the sole is already (only had them 2 months) starting to fray. I advise spending an additional $10 to $20 and get a real pair of martial arts shoes.  
5/5/2011 10:51:48 AM
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A little bulky but otherwise perfect

Dome Air Trainer Vest



It is a little bulky and not ideal for sparring because of that, but for training, when you don't want to feel the punch, this protector is perfect. The outer shell is quite rigid, so it breaks the force of the punch and spreads it out over the thick foam padding. When my 13-year-old son wears this, I can land a side kick straight to his gut and the only thing he feels is the landing (on his butt). Fairly easy to get on and off, though a helper is needed to get both the buckles in back.  
5/5/2011 10:45:28 AM
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Gets the job done well, fits well

Cage Training Headgear



Does everything I need it to do, which is protect my students' heads from injury -- including one student who has a fragile front tooth due to a previous injury. Great protection all around and fits snugly. The face cage is sturdy and easy to remove if you need to do so. If you do weapons training with solid or solid-core training weapons, don't rely on this for protection as there's no protection on the top of the head.   
5/5/2011 10:42:13 AM
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Can't say enough good things

Grap-Bag Gloves



These gloves are awesome! First, the price: Leather mma gloves for less than $40??!! You can't beat that. I love these gloves so much that I bought a second pair after my first pair finally wore out 3 or 4 years after purchasing them. These gloves hug my hands perfectly and offer a lot of support, both on the palm and wrist. I use these gloves on a 100-lb heavy bag with no wrist wraps and have no trouble with wrist or hand pain -- even after a 45 minute workout on the bags. My first pair, I cut off the grip bar so I could use them for grappling and sparring too. It was easy to do without damaging the rest of the glove and they still held up for more than 3 years. Keep in mind that these are LEATHER gloves and they will soak up sweat and eventually smell like a men's locker room. If you're one of those chrome-and-fern health club sissies who can't stand the manly smell of a good workout (I've seen this complain about these gloves on other sites), stick with synthetic leather that you can disinfect frequently. I little lysol probably wouldn't hurt these either.   
5/5/2011 10:37:38 AM
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Not perfect, but not far from it for the price

Wrist Wrap MMA Grappling Gloves



I got these to train with my teenage kids who say I hit too hard. They're perfect for that. The extra thick padding is placed just right. They seem to be well made, but I do wish they had more support on the underside -- like a real mma glove. These have little more than loops for the fingers and thumb plus the wrist wrap, which is solid.   
5/5/2011 10:29:54 AM
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They're OK, but I didn't expect much

Kung Fu Shoes



I was not expecting much from these because of the price and I got what I paid for. They function Ok for walking around and maybe doing kata. The inside lining on one of them tore during the first week of light use. As one reviewer said, not so good for sparring as they slip off pretty easy. Also, the edge of the rigid sole could leave a pretty nasty bruise if kicked by someone wearing these. I'll probably use them for lifting weights outdoors and in the basement. They'll be good for that since they don't have any support or cushioning.  
5/5/2011 10:24:02 AM
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Excellent! Awesome price!

Rubber Gun



This is a solid rubber training gun that has life-like weight and shape. Even has all the details of a real gun. If it was black (as I wish it was) it wouldn't be too hard to convince someone at least 10 feet away that it was a real gun. So far it's proven to be very durable. Looks like I could probably paint the gun black for more realistic training as the more real the training gun looks, the more psychologically prepared the trainee is.  
5/5/2011 10:19:12 AM
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Nice - especially for the price

Rubber Practice Knife



I got these for training students who are new to knife work and disarming techniques as they tend to stab each other a lot. They are nice and flexible so there's NO chance of injury. The rubber is thick and strong and looks like it will last a while. The only thing I'd like improved would be for the blade to be a little more rigid -- at least for half the length. Knife disarming techniques that apply pressure to the blade can be difficult to work on with these knives because they are so flexible. Otherwise, extremely nice.  
5/5/2011 10:14:00 AM
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