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    I can't get the search function to work so I'm asking here. I'm 5'1", 120 lbs. I study Wing Chun and Jeet Kune Do, and the long and short is that men can't tell the difference between my ribs or my breasts. My sifu started me wearing a chest guard which was great, but the Velcro sides cut my arm up and looked like I got into a fight with my cat. The other problem I had was punching, due to the width which made it impossible for me to use, so I had to remove it for certain drills. I'd like to get a chest guard for myself rather than use the one in class, but I need a recommendation. Can any of you ladies or men with daughters give me an idea of the better models to get for ladies? FYI, I donít want bra cups or anything like that as itís embarrassing as Hell to use and Iíd rather just wear a chest guard in class. Thanks.

  • #2
    Wow, you're kidding. No women here or men with daughters? Seriously?

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    • #3
      Martial Armor L2 Vest Laura, here is a link to the chest guard that I and my wife both bought. It's less cumbersome than others we've used. Hope this helps.

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      • #4
        You could try one of the tie on ones like we use in wtf tkd. Not sure if something like that is what you are looking for. Century martial arts should carry them.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by shaolin-warrior View Post
          Martial Armor L2 Vest Laura, here is a link to the chest guard that I and my wife both bought. It's less cumbersome than others we've used. Hope this helps.
          I just checked out the one shaolin-warrior posted and that looks very sweet.

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          • #6
            is the vest Chi-Proof????

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