The Fumetsu Pro Leather Shin Guards are a very comfortable, durable and lightweight shin guard specifically designed for MMA sparring. The Fumetsu shin guard is made up of Neoprene backing to fit snug over the leg holding the guard in place around the shin and EVA padding that molds to the shin preventing the guard to move around and slip off when the fights taken to the ground. Finished with 100% buffalo calf leather around the striking area makes for a very strong product that will last.
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Delivery & Returns
Fight Co offer 2 options for delivery,
Economy delivery would normally arrive in approvimatly 4-5 working days
Express delivery would normally arrive within 1-2 working days
Returns/exchanges must be submitted within 30 days from the day you receive the goods.
When returning a parcel for any reason, please include a note that clearly states your name, order number and reason for return. Failure to include this will make it impossible for our Returns Department to deal with your order.
If you are returning an item for exchange, we would reccomend returning that product for a refund and ordering the size needed as this will ensure you get the product before it out of stock
Refunds will be issued using the customers initial paying method. If this is not possible then a store credit will be issued.
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