We all love to participate in sports, especially hockey, skiing or football. Sometimes we are afraid of breaking our tooth or face a fall. Then you should use mouth guards, and it is quite similar to helmets. Actually, a mouth guard protects your tongue, jaw, cheeks, lip and is not restricted to protecting only your teeth. Check out these reviews, before you make a purchase.
SISU 1.6 Aero Guard
SiSu 1.6 Aero guard is used by athletes of high-performance sports. This mouth guard is just 1.6mm thick and is made from perforated material. This product is manufactured with a unique Diffusix technology and thereby reduces the impact forces away from teeth. By using SISU mouth guard, you will find it more comfortable to talk and drink.
Shock Doctor Gel Max Convertible Mouth Guard
Shock Doctor Gel Max Convertible Mouth Guard is a universal fit for all ages and is easy to use since it has an Exoskeletal Shock Frame. This product can use without the strap as well and comes along with a unibody design. Shock Doctor’s mouth guard has a gel liner which absorbs high-impact shock.
Venum “Challenger” Mouth guard
Venum’s Mouth guard has an advanced gel frame which facilitates better breathing channel and hence is perfect for pro wrestlers. For better comfort, it is supported with Nexfit Gel Frame and high density rubber frame acts as shock absorbers. This weighs around 3.7 ounces and can be used by people practicing martial arts. It’s relatively easy to mold to your mouth and fits perfectly.
Many athletes opt for the Shock Doctor mouth guards and they keep updating their mouth guard technology. Their prices are pocket friendly and range from $5 to $22. Some of their brilliant innovations include Gel Max Convertible Mouth Guard, Strapless Mouth guard and Doctor Pro Mouth guard. For athletes Venum “Challenger” Mouth guard and SISU 1.6 Aero Guard are perfect.
Someone was talking to me the other day about trying out some knee braces because the ones that the person had tried did not do the job. I came across some knee braces. See the list that I put together below:
McDavid 6440 Hexpad Knee/Elbow/Shin Pad
The McDavid gives you joint support and keeps the knee dry. You can wear it on the knee, elbow, or shin. Most of the people that bought this knee pad, liked it, but others say that it doesn’t last long, doesn’t fit well, and the quality is not the best.
Copper Joint Compression Knee Sleeve
If your knee is stiff or soar, the Copper Joint will do the trick. If you suffer from arthritis, osteoporosis, or some other joint pain, you will benefit from this knee pad. Out of all the other knee pads, this one seems to have the best rating, but some people complained about the design and the sizing.
Kunto Fitness Knee Brace Compression Support Sleeve
The Kunto knee brace gives you some relief from small injuries like arthritis, strain, swelling, and inflammation. If you like to play basketball, soccer, or love to dance, this knee brace will do you some good. Some people love this knee brace, but some people complain about slippage, poor quality, and poor support.
In conclusion, The McDavid 6440 gives you joint support and keeps the knee dry. The Kunto Fitness gives you relief from arthritis, strain, swelling, etc. The Copper Joint will protect your knee from stiffness and soar. The McDavid 6440 gives you some protection when you play sports like basketball, soccer, running, etc. Out of all these 3 knee pads, I’m sure there is one that you will like.