The Drako Magnum L-Shin Instep is a lightweight option to other protectors on the market that doesn’t sacrifice the safety of the user. With an extra layer of foam on the instep and down the shin, you can still train hard while safely preventing injuries. Thanks to modern lightweight materials, you will not have to worry about fatiguing feeling like you’re bogged down with a bulky shin.
Drako ensures that all factories that manufacture their products are ISO approved. This means that the factories meet acceptable, safe, and humane working conditions for labourers.
The new Magnum shin guards hug the user’s legs securely, giving a sleek and contour fit. With two size options to choose from, the Magnum shin guards are suitable for most adults and youths.
The Drako Magnum shin guards are all made with high-grade synthetic leather, top quality thread, and fabrics. The type of craftsmanship and quality put into these protectors is similar to what you see in other brands but at a fraction of the cost to theirs. Thus, making the Magnum shin guards a wise choice for anyone just starting out, or to the seasoned athlete not looking to break the bank.
The two-tone black & white contrast mixed with the Gold Drako IIKO shield, make this a very eye-catching and stylish piece of equipment to showcase at your gym. The inner liner is made with soft fabric that helps reduce abrasion and irritation to the athlete. The liner also assists with the shifting of the protector after contact or while working on any kicking drills.
Wearing protective gear during intense training sessions is of utmost importance, as we have accepted after years of suffering preventable injuries. However, knowing what to look for in your equipment is essential in efforts to protect yourself and find longevity in your equipment. Here are some helpful points to consider when deciding which gear is right for you:
1) What material is used in construction?
2) What protective qualities are unique to the model?
3) How easy is it to clean the product?
4) Tight, yet comfortable fit for mobility?
5) Is cheaper necessarily better? What aspects are you sacrificing for the price?
6) Are you paying more for the brand or the functionality?
To feel confident in yourself, you must first feel confident in your equipment. We at Bushido recommend you make your own short list of questions, and be sure to feel confident in answering all of them before committing to bringing something new into your training regime!