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Shop The UK’s biggest Muay Thai equipment range

At Made4Fighters, we totally get that Muay Thai isn't just a sport to you – it's a big part of who you are. And that's exactly why we've stocked up the UK's largest collection of Muay Thai gear. Whether you're all about training or ready to win big in the ring, we've got your back with all the essentials. Need Thai Pads, belly pads, boxing mitts, or punch bags? Look no further! Plus, we've got a killer lineup of brands like Fumetsu, Venum, Hayashi, and Ringside, just to name a few. With over 50 brands, we're sure you'll find the gear that fits your vibe and helps you crush your Muay Thai goals. So, no matter your experience or how much you're looking to spend, we're here to gear you up right. 

Brief guide to Muay Thai pads

Thai pads – the trusty sidekick for any Muay Thai enthusiast. Made from tough leather or synthetic stuff, these pads come in all shapes and sizes to suit your training punch. They're the secret sauce for sharpening your strikes with precision, power, and speed. Plus, they toughen you up for the Muay Thai ring's tough love. And guess what? They're not just for your protection; they keep your trainer from taking an accidental beating too. Want to make the most of them? Here's a quick guide on strapping them on right.

  • Firstly, make sure that the pads are secure and snug around your arms. They should not be too loose or too tight. 
  • Secondly, adjust the straps so that they are not too tight and constricting. You should be able to freely move your arms and legs without feeling restricted. 
  • Finally, ensure that the padding is in the correct position and not slipping around. This will help you to stay protected during training.

Detailed Reviews and Buying Guide

For more insight on Muay Thai Pads, explore our blog:

  1. A Review of Thai Kick Pads: Deliver Powerful Kicks