A mouth guard is the most important part of your Martial arts protective equipment An injury to the teeth is painful and can be expensive. That's why you should first go into one quality mouthguard invest.
Even if you're with martial arts starts and does not yet practice sparring, accidental hits or kicks can lead to injuries in the tooth or jaw area. It is important that the mouthguard is comfortable to wear and really covers every part of your teeth properly.
Safety and performance go hand in hand in martial arts. At Phantom Athletics we understand that, which is why we offer you a quality range of mouthguards specifically designed to help you training and in competitions to protect.
Injuring your teeth can be very painful and expensive. For this reason, a mouthguard should be the absolute first piece of protective equipment.
Most of our mouthguards are thermoformable and will mold perfectly to your teeth when heated. Each mouthguard comes with detailed fitting instructions. This ensures a perfect fit and wearing comfort.
You should rinse your mouthguard with cold water and let it dry after each use. You can then store the mouthguard in the box provided.
Of course, any mouthguard restricts breathing and speaking a bit because it sits on your teeth. However, our mouthguards are built very slim to make it as easy as possible for you to breathe during martial arts. It might be a bit unfamiliar at first, but over time you will get used to it.
Yes, our mouthguards are suitable for all martial arts that involve an increased risk of punches and kicks to the face including boxing, MMA, muay thai, kickboxing and more. However, mouth guards can also be worn in grappling sports such as wrestling or BJJ.