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Clothing and Equipment Guidelines: Amateur Low Kick

Clothing and Equipment Guidelines: Low Kick



    • Protective groin cup
    • Protective mouthpiece properly fitted
    • Chest protection/sports bra and pelvic girdle (females only)
    • Handwraps
      •   Tape permitted on wrists and hands, but not knuckles
      •   Regular handwraps secured by tape permitted
      •   Handwraps must be signed off by GCA representative
      • Bandaging of each contestant's hands shall not exceed one roll of surgeon's adhesive tape, not over 1-1/2 inches wide, placed directly on the hand to protect the part of the hand near the wrist. The tape may cover the hand but not extend within 3/4 inch of the knuckles when the hand is clenched to make a fist. Soft surgical bandage, not over two inches wide, held in place by not more than six feet of surgeon's adhesive tape for each hand shall be used. Up to one 10-yard roll of bandage may be used to complete the wrappings for each hand. Strips of tape may be used between the fingers to hold down the bandages, not to cover the knuckles. Bandages shall be adjusted in the presence of GCA official.
    • 10oz Gloves (taped and signed off by GCA representative)
    • Shorts
    • For those matches that include a fighter with less than three (3) fights, headgear and shin guards will be required unless both parties agree to fight without it.


    • Shin, instep, elbow, and/or knee supports
    • Oil on face


    • Shirt


    • Tape over knuckles
    • Oil or grease on any part of the competitorís body (other than face & thai oil on legs)
    • Apparel or equipment which includes metallic and/or hard plastic and/or edge or surface
    • Foot pads

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