Comment choisir son short de combat ?

How to choose your combat shorts?

Should you wear shorts under a kimono? Which shorts to choose when boxing? It's difficult to find your training ally, your combat shorts when you don't know anything about them. Here is a little guide to give you the basics and help you find the shorts of your dreams!

Shorts under the kimono?

For combat sports involving a kimono, such as judo or Brazilian jiu jitsu, cycle shorts are a popular option. This type of tight-fitting shorts offers maximum freedom of movement while avoiding snags. It is therefore ideal for holds and projections on the ground and it prevents the skin from rubbing against the kimono.

For hand-to-foot sports?

For combat sports with powerful kicks, such as kickboxing or Thai boxing, traditional Muay Thai type boxing shorts are recommended. This type of short is quite wide with a wide waistband to prevent it from sliding down during training. However, it may require wearing undershorts for comfort.

Lined shorts, maximum comfort

Lined shorts are also an interesting option for combat sports that require maximum freedom of movement while maintaining the practitioner's privacy. This type of short is a combination of cycling shorts and a more flowy over-short. It requires a strong belt sometimes lined with a tightening wire to guarantee optimal support.

The Enyo shorts in all this?

Concerning the Enyo combat shorts, these will be lined with a wide and solid belt to prevent the shorts from falling during training. The cyclist, for his part, guarantees comfort and privacy to the person who will wear our shorts!

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Try them!

Finally, to choose the right model of shorts for combat sports, it is important to take into account your body type and your personal preferences in terms of style and comfort. It is recommended to try several models and choose the one that suits you best. By following these tips, you will be able to choose the right model of shorts for your sports practice and improve your performance on the tatami or in the cage.

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