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Fairtex HB7 Muay Thai Pole Heavy Bag Unfilled

Color: Black

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Fairtex Heavy Bags are designed specifically for Muay Thai stand-up, clinching, kneeing, punching, and kicking drills shaped to simulate an opponent.

This heavy bag is constructed from Syntek leather with heavy-duty water-resistant and non-tear nylon lining.
Syntek is Fairtex's signature synthetic leather material. It's engineered for top performance and is just as durable as genuine leather.

  • Durable and high-quality: Made of premium-grade synthetic leather and built to withstand heavy use, this heavy bag is a reliable, and long-lasting training equipment.
  • Perfect for Muay Thai training: The pole bag design allows for a full range of striking techniques, including kicks, knees, elbows, and punches, making it ideal for Muay Thai training.
  • Easy to set up: The bag comes unfilled, but it's easy to set up with sand or other materials, and it can be mounted on a pole or stand for convenient training.
  • Versatile training tool: The HB7 Muay Thai Pole Bag Heavy Bag is suitable for all levels of training, from beginners to professionals, and can be used for solo training or with a partner.

In summary, the Fairtex HB7 Muay Thai Pole Bag Heavy Bag is a durable and high-quality training tool designed for Muay Thai enthusiasts of all levels. Its pole bag design allows for versatile striking techniques, and it's easy to set up and use. With the Fairtex brand quality, you can trust that this product is a reliable investment for your training.

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