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Best Sparring Headgear

Updated November 2018
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    Sparring headgear is a key piece of equipment for any boxers or martial arts fighters. You’ll want headgear that’s comfortable to wear for long practice sessions. But it also needs to give you a high level of protection against potential injuries. High-quality sparring headgear protects the head from jarring blows, but it also limits cuts and bruises from practice. To limit bruising, sparring headgear should wrap around the face. It needs padding covering the cheeks and chin, 2 areas where cuts and bruises are common during sparring. You may want sparring headgear that protects the bridge of the nose too. Some sparring headgear leaves the face totally exposed. This style tends to work better for boxing with heavily padded gloves.

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