BOOSTER SHORTS TBT pro 4.43
BOOSTER SHORTS TBT pro 4.43
Booster Muay Thai Shorts are fully and highly skilled hand-stitched in Thailand.
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
Customers are liable to pay any inbound duties and taxes which local customs may charge.
As of July 1, 2021, the European Union (EU) including the United Kingdom will remove the Value Added Tax (VAT) exemption for low-value imported goods (i.e. all goods with a value of up to €22*). As a result, all commercial imports into the EU will be subject to VAT and require a Formal Customs Declaration. Please find more details in this link www.dhl-eucustoms.com
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Please note that Taxes, Duties, and customs clearance fees are not included in the product price or shipping and handling cost. These charges are the buyer’s responsibility as we are only charging the transportation fee on your order. The buyer is responsible for obtaining information regarding their country’s laws, regulations, and restrictions that may apply when purchasing our products. By placing an international order (shipping outside of Thailand) the buyer is responsible for abiding by their country’s laws, regulations, and restrictions. If a product is seized and destroyed by customs, we will NOT be responsible for the losses, product, or shipping refunds.
Items ordered in Thailand can only be delivered to persons 18 years or older, with an address in Thailand.
How long does it take to process my order?
Please allow 1-2 days for your order to be processed for shipping. We make every effort to fulfill orders as quickly as possible. Understand we are a team of humans, working with human hands, and human brains. We aren't perfect
How long does it take to get my order?
Shipping all world 2-5 working days
Sweat and moisture are the main enemies
Boxing gloves are the most difficult to take care of. This is because they are subject to a lot of wear and tear, both inside and out. The gloves wear out quickly due to perspiration, which gets on the surface as well as inside. Many manufacturers try to solve this problem by means of special ventilation nets. It helps but doesn't solve the problem 100%.
How to take care of your martial arts equipment
The best way to protect gloves from wear and tear is to minimise sweat absorption. To do this, special inner liners are used to help absorb sweat, which helps extend its life.
Additionally a special air freshener for gloves can be used. It absorbs excess moisture and has antibacterial properties. By using a glove freshener, the unpleasant odour disappears and the possibility of infection is prevented. A similar freshener is also used for shoes, which are also problematic to care for. This product can also be used to neutralise the unpleasant odour of sweat in training bags.
Unpleasant odour is not the biggest problem. Protective gear can be a breeding ground for all sorts of viruses and bacteria. Regular rinsing and disinfecting of this equipment is recommended to prevent the development of infections. You can use special disinfectant spray. When choosing a spray, it is important to pay attention to the instructions for use of the product. It must be suitable for the materials of your training gear. After using a spray we recommend that you wash protective gear with a damp cloth and allow it to dry completely.
Genuine leather care
Training gear made of natural leather is able to absorb and release moisture. But after some time, it can get a little rough and cracks can form. In addition, it loses its original colour. To prevent premature wear of your leather exercise equipment, we recommend taking care of it after each training session. Special lotions and oils can be used for this purpose:
essential oil;lavender oil;Tea tree oil, etc.
When choosing a suitable product, you should pay attention to its composition. It should be free of solvents, alcohol and other ingredients which can affect the durability and condition of the skin.
If you don't have a spray you can use a bag of rice. It is very hygroscopic and effectively absorbs excess moisture from inside your gloves or shoes.
Baking soda, which has antibacterial properties, can also be used to neutralise unpleasant odours.
Wash your mouth guard
It is recommended to wash your mouthguard after each usage. You can also disinfect your mouthguard by washing it with anti-bacterial soap and water. Just be sure to rinse carefully to prevent any soapy aftertaste. It’s also a good idea to wash the inside and outside of your mouthguard case with soap and water.