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BMX Mouthguards! 

BMX is a fast paced high flying sport, and you need a custom mouthguard that protects your teeth and brain from collisions and accidents on the track! 

Since different athletes have different preferences, we offer multiple mouthguard thickness options so you can customize your mouthguard to have that perfect feel! Choose your Mouthguard Thickness in the product options and we’ll make you a perfect BMX Mouthguard! 

For BMX, We Recommend - 3mm Ultralight 

    DISCLAIMER

    Dental Impression Kits are NON REFUNDABLE. The customer is responsible for taking a good impression. The instructions and how-to video must be followed PRECISELY.

    Thickness Recommendations

    ULTRA LIGHT: 3mm
    Comfort Level = A+   |  Protection Level = B

    SPORT: Jiu jitsu, wrestling, football, rugby, soccer, basketball, hockey/field hockey, baseball/softball, roller derby, motocross/BMX, weight lifting, rodeo, volleyball, competitive cheerleading.
    RECOMMENDATIONS: For athletes of all ages participating in any of the sports listed above.
    APPROXIMATE THICKNESS: 3mm

    LIGHT: 3.5mm
    Comfort Level = A+   |  Protection Level = B+

    SPORT: Amateur boxing, MMA, muay thai, kickboxing, jiu jitsu, wrestling.
    RECOMMENDATIONS: For youth athletes ages 8-15. Also, for athletes ages 16 and older, under 200lbs, that prefer a thinner mouthguard.
    APPROXIMATE THICKNESS: 3.5mm

    MEDIUM: 4mm
    Comfort Level = A   |  Protection Level = A

    SPORT: Pro & amateur boxing, MMA, muay thai, kickboxing.
    RECOMMENDATIONS: For pro & amateur fighters ages 16 and up, under 200lbs.
    APPROXIMATE THICKNESS: 4mm

    **Our most popular option for combat sports**

    HEAVY: 4.5mm
    Comfort Level = B   |  Protection Level = A+

    SPORT: Pro boxing, MMA, muay thai, kickboxing.
    RECOMMENDATIONS: For pro fighters over 200lbs that prefer the feel of a heavy duty mouthguard.
    APPROXIMATE THICKNESS: 4.5mm

    Dental grade soft EVA mouthguard material is heated and pressure formed (under 87psi) onto the plaster model of the athlete's teeth. Since everybody's teeth are different in size, shape, and placement, the “APPROXIMATE THICKNESS” may vary.