Combination of Shin guard and Foot guard. This WKF approved Foot guard has an anatomic shaped core made out of dimensionally stable polyurethane. This foam is grooved on the upside to improve bending movements of the foot, without neglecting the damping. The artificial leather coating is easy to take care of, very durable and water-repellent. A hook and loop fastener is on the heel. Can be combined with the Shin guard. This Shin guard is approved by the WKF. It consists of a light foam core made out of dimensionally stable and highly damping polyurethane. The artificial leather coating is easy to take care of, very durable and water repellent. Together with the two elastic bands this results in a high comfort. Can be combined with the Foot guard.
- WKF approved Foot guard has an anatomic shaped core made out of dimensionally stable polyurethane.
- Foam is grooved on the upside to improve bending movements of the foot, without neglecting the damping.
Tokaido WKF Approved Shin & Instep
At Asian World of Martial Arts (AWMA), we know that the shin and instep are regarded as two of the most vulnerable areas. This is especially true for disciplines, such as kickboxing and mixed martial arts. The instep and shin tend to be exposed during sparring, where hard kicks are delivered regularly. Some fighters bypass the use of protective gear so as not to compromise agility and ease of movement. This is why AMWA currently provides the Tokaido® WKF Approved Shin & Instep foot guards. This protective gear is specially designed to offer maximum defense in the shin and instep areas without sacrificing flexibility and comfort. This alone translates into better movement and increased agility. This combination of protection and freedom, granted by its high-quality foam construction, ensures the best results both during sparring sessions and official tournaments. These foot guards are constructed using polyurethane, which is known for being highly adaptable to human contour. Shin and instep foot guards come in blue and red colors, which are quite common in official tournaments, and sizes range from X-Small to X-Large.