List of the Best Martial Arts Shoes

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List of the Best Martial Arts Shoes

This page provides you with a list of the best martial arts shoes. These are our favorite martial arts shoes for a variety of martial arts such as Taekwondo, Karate, MMA, Krav Maga, etc. These elite martial arts shoes include Adidas, Asics, Feiyue, Mooto, Ringstar and many more. These shoes are used for a variety of martial arts workouts such as sparring, grappling, breaking, etc.

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Martial Arts Shoes by Martial Arts Style (i.e. Taekwondo)

  • Martial Arts Shoes - This section shows a wide variety of martial arts shoes including Adidas martial arts shoes, Wushu shoes, etc.
  • BJJ (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu) Shoes - BJJ students mainly train with bare feet. Some BJJ schools allow the use of wrestling shoes but this can tear up the skin of grappling partners.
  • Boxing Shoes - Boxing shoes can be high-top or low-top shoes. High-top boxing shoes give more ankle support whereas low-top boxing shoes provide better maneuverability.
  • Karate Shoes - Some Karate schools use shoes for sparring, practice, etc. They are often laceless in order to avoid injuring a sparring/practice partner with the "whip" of a shoe lace.
  • Krav Maga Shoes - Krav Maga students traditionally use wrestling shoes, cross training sneakers or bare feet.
  • Kung Fu Shoes
  • MMA Grappling Socks
  • Muay Thai Ankle Wraps
  • Sandals - Traditional Japanese sandals. Think of Samurai movies. :)
  • Sparring Shoes - Sparring protective footwear.
  • Ninjutsu Tabi Shoes - Tabi shoes are the famous Japanese split-toe shoes.
  • Taekwondo Shoes - Some Taekwondo schools use shoes for sparring, breaking, practice, etc. They are often laceless in order to avoid injuring a sparring/practice partner with the "whip" of a shoe lace.
  • Tai Chi Shoes - Tai Chi shoes tend to look like martial arts "slippers". They are geared towards allowing feet to turn more easily than a regular sneaker as they have less floor "grip".
  • Wrestling & Grappling Shoes - Shoes for MMA, Wrestling, etc.
  • Wushu Shoes

Martial Arts Shoes by Manufacturer (i.e. Adidas) - Click on the main brand name for a wider variety of shoes (as we have listed only a few of the best examples of each brand below).

Misc. Martial Arts Foot & Leg Gear

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