View Full Version : Need New MouthGuard....


Sox8055
09-07-2009, 01:00 AM
I lost my custom guard about a month ago(The Best) and I cant find it. I got about 20 bucks on me right now, and I don't get payed till 2 weeks, even then I still cant afford the custom mouthguard. So what mouth guard can y'all recommend? I just want something that protects my teeth and jaw good enough, because I need to get back in the ring and kick @ss.


Was looking at getting this one, but not sure.

http://www.karatedepot.com/pr-mo-13.html

http://www.karatedepot.com/y/Shock%20Doctor%20Gel-Max%20Pink/items/pr-mo-13.jpg


OR

This one too..

http://www.karatedepot.com/pr-mo-183.html

http://www.karatedepot.com/y/Lo%20Pro%20Mouth%20Guard%20from%20Everlast/items/pr-mo-183.jpg


thx yall.:notworthy:luvbed:

PAC-BOY
09-07-2009, 01:10 AM
shock Doctor or Brian Pads both are good and affordable

Sox8055
09-07-2009, 01:17 AM
shock Doctor or Brian Pads both are good and affordable

Cool. Thx man.

I know we've had differences in the past, but this settle's it. Thx man. Green K for you.!:luvbed:

PAC-BOY
09-07-2009, 01:26 AM
Cool. Thx man.

I know we've had differences in the past, but this settle's it. Thx man. Green K for you.!:luvbed:

bro its never personal with me man. lol You know how peps trash talk before a fight or what ever...I talk smack out of fun. Im a fighter I respect all fighters. My trash talking should never be taking to heart. I dont . **** one day I defended Ch@mp in a thread and the next we are going at it . lol Its all good!:fing02:

Sox8055
09-07-2009, 01:27 AM
bro its never personal with me man. lol You know how peps trash talk before a fight or what ever...I talk smack out of fun. Im a fighter I respect all fighters. My trash talking should never be taking to heart. I dont . **** one day I defended Ch@mp in a thread and the next we are going at it . lol Its all good!:fing02:

haha.

Then that makes 2 of us.

In that Case. Cotto will Crush Pac come Nov. 14th...:fingersx::notworthy:luvbed:

PAC-BOY
09-07-2009, 01:28 AM
haha.

Then that makes 2 of us.

In that Case. Cotto will Crush Pac come Nov. 14th...:fingersx::notworthy:luvbed:

He cant.... Pac is a God!!!

fraidycat
09-07-2009, 01:47 AM
+1 on the Brain Pad. That 2nd Everlast guard, the 2-in-1, looks good, too, but the breathing hole looks like it might collapse over time. Maybe it's just the picture. Short of a custom piece, you'll want to keep your lower jaw held forward, and a 2-in-1 piece accomplishes this. There are numerous medical reports available -- you can Google them -- pointing to the major cause of concussion and KO in amateur boxing as coming from the back of the lower jaw hitting the skull. A Brain Pad or other double mouthguard eliminates a lot of this.

Sucks you lost your custom piece. Good luck.

We want Floyd
09-07-2009, 04:01 AM
I lost my custom guard about a month ago(The Best) and I cant find it. I got about 20 bucks on me right now, and I don't get payed till 2 weeks, even then I still cant afford the custom mouthguard. So what mouth guard can y'all recommend? I just want something that protects my teeth and jaw good enough, because I need to get back in the ring and kick @ss.


Was looking at getting this one, but not sure.

http://www.karatedepot.com/pr-mo-13.html

http://www.karatedepot.com/y/Shock%20Doctor%20Gel-Max%20Pink/items/pr-mo-13.jpg


OR

This one too..

http://www.karatedepot.com/pr-mo-183.html

http://www.karatedepot.com/y/Lo%20Pro%20Mouth%20Guard%20from%20Everlast/items/pr-mo-183.jpg


thx yall.:notworthy:luvbed:How much did your custom guard cost ya? And did you get it through a website or your personal dentist?

Phenomkidd
09-07-2009, 08:48 AM
ShockDoctor DNA/Nano is the best SD mouthguard.

http://www.karatedepot.com/pr-mo-20.html

Sox8055
09-07-2009, 12:48 PM
+1 on the Brain Pad. That 2nd Everlast guard, the 2-in-1, looks good, too, but the breathing hole looks like it might collapse over time. Maybe it's just the picture. Short of a custom piece, you'll want to keep your lower jaw held forward, and a 2-in-1 piece accomplishes this. There are numerous medical reports available -- you can Google them -- pointing to the major cause of concussion and KO in amateur boxing as coming from the back of the lower jaw hitting the skull. A Brain Pad or other double mouthguard eliminates a lot of this.

Sucks you lost your custom piece. Good luck.
thx for your input man, am thinking in getting just both, screw it, it will be only 10 bucks extra. Going to try them both out and see which one fits me best.

How much did your custom guard cost ya? And did you get it through a website or your personal dentist?
I got mine through a dentist, cost me around 60 to 70 I think, my mom bought it for me, back when I was 15, I have to ask her( I had to wait a sh1t load of time to get it though). I customize 2 colors, black with red and it was just awesome. However I need to pay some debt with my incoming check and I wont have a lot of cash left. Maybe later down the road I will buy a customized one again.
ShockDoctor DNA/Nano is the best SD mouthguard.

http://www.karatedepot.com/pr-mo-20.html
thx for the input! I will check it out.

icedog11
09-08-2009, 12:25 PM
should of bought your custom from www.customguards.com a replacement guard would have only cost you $25, You should check them out a new guard is only $50 and all replacements are half price. the re-order information is on the bottom left hand side of the home page here is the pricing from the form.

PRICING INFORMATION
Prices in red reflect the re-order cost for orders that will be placed with a model previously made by SGI.
Gladiator Junior
Solid: $35.00 [$17.50]**
Bi-Color: $40.00 [$20.00]**
Tri-Color: $42.00 [$21.00]**
Gladiator Pro
Solid: $50.00 [$25.00]**
Bi-Color: $55.00 [$27.50]**
Tri-Color: $57.00 [$28.50]**
Gladiator Elite
Solid: $75.00 [$37.50]**
Bi-Color: $80.00 [$40.00]**
Tri-Color: $82.00 [$41.00]**
**Please be sure to add $ 6.00 shipping and handling to your order

Phenomkidd
09-08-2009, 04:59 PM
I got one from them and its fine but athestically its not up to par with companies like starzguards and such.

icedog11
09-09-2009, 10:54 AM
I got one from them and its fine but athestically its not up to par with companies like starzguards and such.

so how much are esthetics worth to you a starzguard for the same level of protection is over $100 more. you want protection or a pretty mouthguard

Phenomkidd
09-09-2009, 07:05 PM
I was just pointing it out for people who wanted to know, is that ok? Aesthetics matter, otherwise variety wouldn't exist and people wouldn't mind wearing stuff that looks like crap. I personally don't mind the ghetto paper logos that are laminated on the guard but someone might want a better looking one. Also you can get better aesthetics for cheaper than $100 more (maybe not by much though).