Combat Sports Big Pad Review

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Combat Sports Big Pad Review

Here is our unbiased review of the Combat Sports Big Pad, a high quality kicking shield. This shield is used by martial artists for practicing kicks and punches with a partner. For more information or to purchase, please visit this Combat Sports Big Pad section on Amazon. At no extra cost to you, we make a small commission if you buy products via these Amazon links. Your purchase helps keep this wiki free for all visitors. Thank you for your support!

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Our Rating – 5 STARS

Pros

  • Solid thick pad. This allows martial artists to throw hard hits without injuring partners.
  • Thick leather straps. Many cheaper products have flimsy nylon straps that cut your hands.
  • It is very sturdy and can be used for other sports training (i.e. to practice football hits, lacrosse body checks, etc.).

Cons

  • More expensive than many basic kicking shields. However, given the higher quality, it is worth it. So not really a con! :) FYI - The Combat Sports Big Pad was $65 when we purchased it for Christmas.



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