Trendy Kickboxing Fashion for Kickass Girls
Taking a trip down memory lane martial artists remember the only dress available for their workout were Japanese style karate uniforms. White cotton pants and a jacket with a belt. Heavy, easily soaked with sweat and only held together with a belt indicating rank. Uniforms got dirty and smelly after every workout and needed to be washed at 60 high temperatures. Thank God, those times are gone. Today’s martial arts practitioners can choose from a wide variety of uniforms. Different designs, colours and materials make online shopping at Fighters Inc. martial arts store a true pleasure.
While traditional martial arts like Karate and Taekwondo still limit competition uniforms to specific colours and designs, producers and brands offer a variety of different, light and easy care fabrics. When it comes to kickboxing, Muay Thai and free style karate choices are far bigger and brands like Queen, Fighter and Top Ten are offering outfits that suits a lot of different tastes. German apparel and equipment maker Top Ten has become famous for colourful kickboxing pants and uniforms: Kickboxing Uniforms.
And that’s not just for fashion freaks but aimed at high performance fighters who are qualified for European and World Championships. People with distinctive tastes may need to look a bit harder, but brands are adding more designs every week.
Attending tournaments with female participation that is strong in East European countries like Czechia, Hungary and Slovakia gives a good impression of the pieces that are available on the market. In addition to the national dresses themes are invented even for boxing gloves and headgears that have been unseen in the past. Let’s see what the next tournament season will show us. It starts with the WAKO World Cup in Budapest on May 17th and ends with the European Championships in Slovenia in October.