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OmniStrike Board Shorts

OmniStrike Board Shorts

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  • Durable, lightweight, breathable fabric
  • Reinforced seam construction
  • Convenient inside pocket
  • Flex stretch inseam and side panels
  • Secure hook and loop waistband closure with internal drawstring

Board shorts that work for both boxing and MMA. A blend of material that is light and moisture resistant, allowing you to stay cooler, longer. Full side slits provide maximum mobility, perfect for individuals who participate in kickboxing.

The inseam and side panels are constructed out of flex material that helps keep the shorts in place. The waistband is a hook and loop style closure, allowing you to customize just how loose or tight you like them to be.

sku: #ma-sh-702


Great shorts, love the adjustable fit but wish there was at least a back pockets to carry money in.  
by: stolibulldog   
5/5/2012 1:35:37 PM
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Hello ...regarding the everlast shorts ...which size I have to choose for a very thin baby : 10 y.old...60 pounds ...around 55 inches tall ? more...the one shown are black with a grey everlast writing it the model that you call simply "black" ? thanks for the answer   
by: diegolik   
12/2/2011 4:57:02 AM
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I don't think any of these shorts would be thin enough for your needs diego (also the black with grey writing is out of stock at the moment).

We don't have any youth trunks in stock right now, but I'd hate to leave you hanging. Here are some to consider:
by: TMArtist     
12/2/2011 11:34:48 AM
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A solid pair of shorts

Never having tried a pair of Everlast shorts before, I picked up the OmniStrike Board Shorts. They're a solid pair of shorts. Those familiar with other brands of shorts commonly used in MMA will notice that the material of these shorts is different than what you might be used to, but the shorts do allow for good flexibility and overall movement.

As I am not a fighter myself, I can't attest to how well they would stay in place and perform during a fight, but for what I put them through with some boxing training and light rolling for some no gi BJJ, they did great.

As far as looks go, the embroidery on the shorts is sharp and you don't have to worry about the logos rubbing off. For anyone that trains, even casually, they're definitely worth the price.   
by: Brian Furby   
12/9/2010 9:46:08 AM
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Apparel Expert FAQs
  1. How long should my shorts be?

    The length and style of boxing shorts is generally at the discretion of the boxers. Some prefer very elaborate designs while others go with the more old-school, plain styles. The length of shorts as increased as time has gone on, but it is still the boxer's choice as to just how long he/she likes them.
    In amateur boxing fighters are required to wear shorts with a contrasting color waistband and that do not hang below the knee.

  3. Do my shorts need to be made out of satin?

    It is not required that your shorts be made out of satin, but time has proven it to be the best material. Satin is naturally water resistant and stays loose and light throughout many rounds of boxing. Cotton shorts become heavy and waterlogged quite quickly in the heat of a fight. It is highly recommended you choose satin for your boxing shorts.

  5. Boxing shorts vs MMA trunks

    Boxing shorts and MMA trunks serve two very different purposes. For boxers, the most important factor is being light, mobile, and water-free. Shorts that stay out of your way and allow you to keep your mind on the fight is a great advantage.
    MMA trunks have the added responsibility of protecting the fighter's skin when the match goes down to the ground. As such, it is often beneficial for the fighter to have the shorts come down lower and protect more of the leg. Since MMA fights do not contain as many rounds as boxing, the weight of the shorts is less of a factor.

  7. How high should I wear my trunks?

    It is recommended that you wear your boxing shorts around belly-button height. This is higher than most people are used to wearing their normal clothing. The purpose is two fold: 1). To properly cover the groin protector that takes up space all around the groin area. In order to keep the elastic in place the waistband must be over it and tied securely.
    2). Boxing does not permit punches "below the belt", and by having your belt higher up you help ensure that your opponent won't get away with any cheap shots.

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