It’s that time of year, where Santa brings his big, fat, red, and bulging sack to your house. If you don’t believe in Santa and his bulging sack breaking into your house… This is also the time of year where your obligated to dig yourself deeper into credit card debt. Joy! Lets face it your just gonna get a bunch of useless shit, why not buy yourself something cool?This is my first annual buyers guide. I’ve scoured the internet to bring you the best gifts for the Muay Thai enthusiasts. If you feel that I’ve missed anything, feel free to mail me at email@example.com.
Essentially a pair of Bag gloves with gel in the knuckles… they glove weigh 13 oz. I’ve tried them before, I prefer these over regular bag gloves when working Thai pads.
I played ’03 version and felt the characters were pretty slow. I’ve been reading a bunch of the previews and they seemed to have worked some of that out.
I’ve already shown you the alternatives to these dope ass shirts. The Shirts are all “tagless” and ready to ship, get yours asap.
If your planning on training in Thailand, you might want to bring one of these along with you. Hopefully the emergency room doctors will speak English.
I came across these prints a couple of months ago. They are some of the best Lumpini action shots I’ve ever seen. I e-mailed him a couple of days ago, 8×10 prints are about $25.
You think Matee’s shorts are pimped out? Shiiiit. It’s time for custom… son. Toss out your $3 Night Bazaar shorts, it’s time to reprezant!
This Wet/Dry bag will keep your nasty sweaty ass gear away from you street clothes and towel. The Mesh helps your all your gear breath.
This New bag from Timbuk2 looks like it can handle your gloves and head gear, at $125 it’s on the pricey side, but looking good always does.
I’m a hug fan of these moisture wicking tops. I think the sleeveless tops are the way to go for training. Besides how else am I gonna show the ladies my guns?
Okay so this isn’t really Muay Thai related, but Genki is a straight playa, and more importantly his shirt is fucking fly.
These are a nice training aid, for those of you who continually drop your hands because your “tired”, jog a few times a week with these and it won’t be an issue.
I don’t know about where you train, but the San Francisco mornings can be a bit brisk. These Nike’ Control warm ups, are the perfect solution for those days. They look a whole lot better then the janky “Muay Thai” wind breakers I see a lot of you sporting.
If they sold a Buakaw action figure I would set it up so that my Buakaw doll was giving the Masato doll multiple teeps to the grill. Biased Japanese judges sold separately.
Feel free to buy me anything on this list.