T3 Kanpeki Striking Shin Guards
Our top of the line T3 made with 100% premium full-grain leather makes Kanpeki our most luxurious Shin Guards/ Shin Pads. Ideal for competition and sparring.
- Ergonomically aligned to contour leg and knee for optimized mobility and protection.
- Dual elastic foot straps.
- Crush Zone core for ultimate shock absorption and force dispersion.
- Inner silicone grip prevents rotation.
- 100% premium full-grain leather
Why We Made It
The ultimate weapon in your arsenal. Equipment that pushes performance to the limit, just like you.
The Hayabusa Experience
State of the art equipment that lets you strike harder, train longer and perform better.
Dual hook-and-loop strap and silicone grip to minimize shifting.
Flexible, pre-curved design contours the leg and knee providing superior protection.
Premium, full grain leather outer shell - an unrivalled fusion of new world technology with old world tradition.
Fit And Feel
A comfortable, secure fit whether you’re striking or blocking. Flexible and lightweight for optimal mobility and protection.
Protection That Adapts
A flexible pre-curved design that stays in place no matter the intensity of training. Ergonomically aligned to contour the leg and knee, providing maximum shin protection and support with every block or strike.
Consistent Performance And Durability, Strike After Strike
Hayabusa gear is built to last. The attention to detail and craftsmanship guarantees a shin guard as strong and resilient as the athletes who use it.
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Coming from someone who grew up with cheap Tae Kwon Do shinguards, it's pretty hard to disappoint me, but these go above and beyond! I have the whole collection
Great Quality & Design
Awesome shin guards. Excellent materials, construction and design.
Fantastic Shin guards, runs a little big
These shin guards are borderline a work of art. Very nicely put together. The padding is extremely thick and shock-resistant, and does a great job protecting the side of the knee. One thing to know is that the sizes tend to run a little on the smaller side. If you are between sizes, I'd recommend rounding up.