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Kame

Kame: #115 of 5120
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Your Location:
Hicksville, NY
Bio:
Currently the rank of "San Kyu" in Shotokan Karate. Karate is, "my way of life".
Quality, sizing(fit) & comparison
IMF Tech Training Gloves



I was wondering how well these gloves hold up, in sparring matches(karate). The gloves I have currently are the "ProForce Gladiator Cobra" gloves, and the outer layer, whatever material that is, began to shed like crazy. I don't know if this is normal or not. But it is annoying and gets everywhere. I don't want to purchase another pair of gloves of that quality.

I measured the size of my knuckles(fingers spread a little apart) and came up with about 9 inches. What size should I get, for this product? Medium, or Large?

I was wondering, I need a glove that is durable enough to last a couple of years of heavy sparring and that had enough padding to safely protect myself and my partner. Would you go with this particular glove, or something like the "Open Thumb Loop Combat Gloves by 'Fairtex'"? Any recommendation will be highly appreciated. ($60 or less range)

Thank you for your help!   
2/11/2012 4:54:37 PM
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Not too bad.

Martial Arts Belt Display



I like the idea of showing off you're accomplishments by hanging your belts on a display, but, I didn't really like how the straps where made that held the belts up. Feels flimsy, but I don't wanna complain too much. It's still nice.  
2/2/2012 3:22:51 PM
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Does it's job, and cost effective!

Bokken



This was a great buy, and really helped in my training. It's strong and durable, and the price is great too.  
2/2/2012 3:19:37 PM
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Gi Performance

Advanced Heavyweight Gi



I just trained for my first time in this gi, yesterday night, and I have to say I'm impressed. The gi really responded well. It's a little difficult to get used to, when you've trained your whole career wearing a 10oz. gi, but it's a nice change.   
2/2/2012 3:17:35 PM
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Comment on: Good quality, too thick
Advanced Heavyweight Gi

What do you think 14oz means? Shouldn't give 3 stars for something you didn't understand.
2/11/2012 5:18:31 PM
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