Martial Arts Headgear
Protective headgear is available in many different shapes and styles, each with differing approaches to keeping your noggin' from a floggin'. It can start to get overwhelming! The exact specifics of what type of headgear you should be looking for should definitely be discussed with your martial arts instructor. They will offer you the best insight as to what variety of head guard you should purchase. The most prominent style of headgear is sparring Foam Headgear. Typically made from dipped foam and designed to absorb the majority of head blows, this style is typically the first type of headgear martial artists are introduced to. But they are not the last.
For example, head protection like the Headgear with Clear Shield is designed with a clear plastic front, minimizing the chance for injury to the actual face of a martial artist. Headgear like our UFC Professional Headgear are designed for impact absorption as well as keeping that cauliflower ear in check with a full-back design and durability to withstand hours of mat rolling.
Need advice about sizing or details on a specific head guard? Contact us! Our knowledgeable and friendly service staff are always happy to find the answers to your questions.
- From $9.95
Bo Staff Battle: Steel vs. High Strength Aluminum
Our ninja forges have been cranking out steel and aluminum bo staffs to meet with your demand. But the burning question you all want to know is how they stack up when it comes to durability. After considerable effort, we have your answer.
How to Defend Yourself Against a Big Guy
Nobody wants to get in a fight with an oversized opponent. But, when someone bigger and stronger is menacing you "in the streets," you need to defend yourself. That's why Jake Mace recently put out a video demonstrating four techniques to help you get out of that situation safely and wi
Announcing the 2016 Smashing With Weapons Contest
Make a Video - Become A Star - Get Free Stuff
At KarateMart.com, we have worked hard to create new weapons in our ninja forges. We recently shared a few videos showcasing the talents of our very own Kyle with these weapons and some unlucky frui
Five Ways to Spice up Your Next Easter Egg Hunt
Putting money or candy in your easter eggs is old hat nowadays. Your kids want some creativity in their holiday hunt. As such, we've put together a list of alternatives to candy and money that you can put into your eggs that will not only turn your hunt up to eleven, but allow your children to ex