MA' Suppliers

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  1. Kacey

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    I get most of my class's stuff from www.masterlineco.com - great prices for wholesalers; no minimum, short turn-around. Just be aware that you have to use IE; when I use Firefox (my usual browser) it won't let me log in to see the catalog. Also, the prices in the catalog are different than they are for wholesalers, but signing up was a matter of calling them, providing the name of my class and a phone number, and that was it.
     
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    For Martial Arts clothing; T-shirts, sweatshirts, long sleeved shirts, muscle shirts and hoodies.
    Classic, Tournament, Big Robot, Little Dragon and Supervillian styles.

    Superaction.com
     
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    I own and run my own Martial Arts Store called Crouching Tiger. We have some hard to get/ high quality stuff. We'd appreciate any support!

    www.crouchingtiger.co.uk
     
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    For gi's:

    If you have your own school, then talk to Marcus about getting a wholesale account for uniforms:

    http://www.tokon.com

    You're going to save a good bit of $$$ over the regular retail prices, especially with the premium lines.

    They'll also do the embroidery if you want your school's logo on there.
     
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    www.muaythaistuff.com

    Based in Thailand, they got some cool gear. Shipping takes ages so be warned.

    They also have a downloadable muay thai arcade game......(no wonder I never do any work!)
     
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    www.tozando.com


    The S & H is a little costly, but their products are of the highest quality.
     
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    Kiyota Company out of Baltimore has a good selection and very reasonable prices. I've been happy with the judogi and hakama I've gotten from them.
     
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    For Kukkiwon Taekwondo (WTF) style gear, I like:

    Sangmoosa.com

    USATekno.net/america

    For belts: EosinPanther.com
     
  11. TheArtofDave

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    primetimefightgear.com stuff seems a little pricey but if you're looking for a good mma training glove, bag glove, or just a cross train glove then looks like they offer great protection for your hands. provided you also use hand wraps if that's your thing.

    Revgear.com do your research but most of their stuff is top quality.

    I do not like Century. Have not had the best track record with them as far as gear is concerned.
     

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