Why choosing Tibtop?

Why choosing Tibtop?

   11/02/2020 15:33:52    2 Comments

In choosing your shin guards, several options are available to you: the biggest brands of equipment supplier (Nike, Adidas, Puma) or the specialist in shin guards: Tibtop

Why choosing Tibtop?


What you are looking for above all, whether you are an amateur or a professional player, is comfort. Besides, most pros admit it: if shin guards weren't mandatory, they wouldn't wear them! (cf: Shaqiri, Muller, ..) Some media wondered: Does Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich) play with or without protection in certain matches? The size and weight of the product are therefore major assets in the final choice of the player.

To respond to this trend, the Tibtop® shin guards, which are unique in size (approximately 15cmx10cm) are one of the lightest on the market with a weight of less than 42 grams, they are quickly forgotten and do not cause any discomfort. Their flexibility allows them to adapt to the morphology of each. In addition, they have a non-slip and above all hypoallergenic skin contact foam.


In addition to being an extremely technical product, the Tibtop shin guards are customizable with your logos, photos, name, number, etc ... As with football shirts, the goal is to appropriate the shin guard, to make it an object. personal and unique. These shin guards reflect your personality and let you unleash your creativity!

Origin of the product

While the big brands manufacture their products in Asia with the human and ecological consequences that we know, Tibtop has chosen 100% made in France. The products are certified (CE standard for the certification of personal protective articles in sport EN 13061).

Validated by the pros

The best players in the world of football wear Tibtop. Pierre-Emeryck Aubameyang (Arsenal FC, Gabon National Team), Kylian Mbappé (PSG), Mezut Ozil (AFC), Mauro Icardi (PSG), Javier Pastore (AS Roma), Thomas Meunier (BVB Dortmund) but also Ousmane Dembélé ( FC Barcelona), Hatem Ben Arfa, Julian Draxler (PSG), Viviane Asseyi (French team, Bayern Munich), Eric Bauthéac (Omonia Nicosia), Jordan Amavi (Marseille), Boubacar Kamara (OM), Adrien Rabiot (Juventus Turin) , Alexandre Lacazette (Arsenal FC), Hamari Traoré (Rennes), Sofiane Boufal (Southampton FC), Marquinhos (Brazil, PSG), Alexandre Djiku (Strasbourg) and many others ...


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      févr. 11, 2021

      Prevoius Post

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      févr. 15, 2021

      thanks youtube


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