Tapout MMA Gear Bag

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TapouT Pro series of professional grade MMA equipment has a new MMA gear bag that is rugged, durable and offers a ton of space. It is approximately 3000 cubic inches and is the ideal size to hold bulky items such as headgear, boxing gloves and shin guards. There are also vents in the bag to Read More…

Hayabusa Mesh MMA Gear Bag

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Hayabusa makes high quality MMA gloves, shorts and rashguards. They now have developed a basic MMA gear bag to put all your equipment. The bag is made of mostly of mesh material. This design ensures that your gear can air-dry after a long and sweaty workout or training session. Don’t you hate it when you Read More…

Tokyo Five Muteki MMA Gear Bag

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The Tokyo Five Muteki MMA Gear bag is one stylish piece of equipment. Tokyo Five takes their distinct style and an infused it into a very functional MMA gear bag. The main compartment offers up plenty of room for all your MMA equipment and its constructed of heavy-duty material for great long-lasting durability. The most Read More…

Bad Boy Gi Backpack

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When it comes to being a truly one of a kind MMA bag, the Bad Boy Gi Backpack takes the cake. It’s an original design with the backpack made of the same material as a Brazilian JiuJitsu Gi. This fabric is perfect for a gear bag, its durable and lightweight. The design is also very Read More…

Bad Boy MMA Duffel Bag

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Bad Boy MMA has recently produced a new MMA duffel bag to conveniently hold your MMA gear. This bag is constructed of super strong “ballistic” nylon that has rip-stop capabilities to prevent rips and tears. If you look closely the nylon has a hexagon pattern weave that gives it an advanced structural strength. The extremely Read More…

MMA Gear Bag – Shock Doctor Power Dry Ultra Gear Bag

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One of the biggest issues with an MMA gear bag is for it to have enough ventilation to keep all your MMA gear dry after an intense training session. Dry gloves, shorts, and rashguards are less likely to harbor bacteria and odor. Wet gear is just plain nasty and is a perfect breeding environment for Read More…