Christmas is just around the corner and we all know the stress of last minute present buying; especially if you aren’t sure what to get someone. FQ always have your back though and we’ve put together a list of stocking-fillers that the fighters in your life will appreciate. To make it even better for you we’ve made sure every product we’ve suggested is available on Amazon Prime, so you can take advantage of that one day delivery to get hold of it before the big day – depending on your area the last day for Prime orders is the 22nd or 23rd of December, so you’ve got a couple of days to take advantage.
Something a bit smaller to give a friend or as an extra present alongside a bigger gift these presents are always helpful, but won’t blow the bank.
Handwraps are an essential part of training but often get forgotten. Most people have one or two pairs that they’ve washed a million times and have definitely seen better days. Sort them out with a fresh new pair from Hayabusa and they’ll be thanking you.
Similar to handwraps ankle supports are important training kit for a lot of people, and often get neglected. This pair from Venum will be a great addition to someones kit bag or a good replacement for the old pair they currently have.
When it comes to conditioning training the skipping rope is king, and a speed rope is a simple but effective piece of kit to take your cardio to the next level. This Beast Gear Beast Rope is a solid skipping rope choice and will make a great gift.
Protein is one of the building blocks for recovery after a hard workout and the quickest way to get it into your system is with a protein shake. This stainless steel shaker stands out from the common plastic ones and should handle being stuffed in a training bag a bit better. With a built in storage compartment it’s perfect for getting in protein on the go, and most people wouldn’t think to buy it for themselves.
We aren’t playing tiddly-winks and little injuries are pretty common in our sports. One of the best ways to get over the bruises and strains is with a bit of cold therapy, and this three pack of cold spray is a fast way to get it. If you have a loved one who keeps getting injured this could be a perfect gift, along with a box of ibuprofen.
Nothing ruins a beautiful pair of boxing gloves worse than them absolutely stinking, so a pair of glove deodorisers are a great gift. There’s several brands available, but these A1 Fightwear ones are good quality and effective, perfect for a present.
These are our more expensive suggestions but would make a great main present for someone special who loves to hit stuff.
The Hayabusa T3 boxing gloves are one of our favourites, and popular among a lot of people. They’re good quality and will make a great training glove for any level of fighter, and anyone who receives them as a gift will be thrilled.
The Hayabusa T3 shin guards are the same range as the T3 gloves and the same level of quality. A great all round piece of training gear they’re a spectacular gift that would make someone feel very lucky,
Kit bags are another area that people tend to just stick to the cheapest option, or whatever is handiest. This Under Armour bag is spacious enough to pack all your kit in, whilst still being comfortable to carry and looking good enough to sit under your desk at work.