Collection: Muay Thai Shorts

Our range of Muay Thai Shorts from your favorite brands with a selection of styles from old-school classics to trending new designs.


Our Muay Thai Shorts

Muay Thai Shorts are a staple in our sport and not just for fighting, it's part of our culture and identity.

If you line up fighters in different disciplines standing next to each other and look at their clothing, you'll see a big difference. You'll have Jiu Jitsu guys in their Gi, Boxers in their long shorts and boots, Wrestlers in their singlets and the list goes on. Then you have the Nak Muay, in our short shorts with unique designs and bright colours, it's what sets us apart and adds to our identity!

Benefits of Wearing Thai Boxing Shorts

The reason why Thai Boxing Shorts have been made the way they are stems back to its roots in Thailand.

Full-time fighters train approximately 6 hours per day in hot and humid conditions which means they need to be equipped with the proper training wear to support them. Training at that level of intensity is the reason why Thai Boxing Shorts have been made from durable materials and being lightweight/breathable. The length of the Shorts have been reduced to prevent any restriction to the range of motion and extension to the fighter's legs.


With a majority of Muay Thai brands producing their Shorts in Thailand, please be aware that the sizing of Shorts may be different to where you are from. Clothing manufactured in Thailand usually runs smaller compared to other countries.

To accommodate sizing issues, there have been a few brands like Fairtex that don't produce their apparel in the usual Thai sizing. Whilst this makes it helpful for first-time buyers, it also makes it more confusing as many popular brands will actually have different sizing. For example, if you order Medium Shorts from Fairtex, you are most likely a size Large from Twins Special.

If you require any assistance with sizing, please don't hesitate and contact us.


We stock Muay Thai Shorts in a range of materials and designs. From classic Satin, and Nylon to Polyester-blend and Cotton.

Classic Satin is the most popular material throughout Muay Thai practitioners due to it's sleek finish and smooth feel. Nylon is another popular material, its the most lightweight/breathable among the other fabrics. The disadvantages with Nylon shorts is that they are less tear-resistant and moisture-wicking, meaning they soak up moisture much easier.

There are a lot of brands now turning to quick-drying Polyester Shorts due to its sweat-wicking quality, breathability and lightweight feel.