When it comes to protection equipment, you should choose your products carefully. Here are the main differences between Nxtrnd mouthguards and other options.

Stock Mouthguards:

  • Bought at sporting good and discount retailers
  • Least expensive option
  • Cannot adjust fit for comfort
  • Interferes with breathing and speaking because jaw must be closed to keep it in place
  • Reduced protection caused by improper fit
  • Reduced performace because of lack of breathability

Standard Boil-and-Bite Mouthguards:

  • Same basic design since 1960
  • Bought at sporting good and discount retailers
  • Relatively inexpensive
  • Decreases protection if bitten too hard while forming
  • May be loose-fitting due to improper forming
  • Bulky size interferes with breathing and speaking

Custom Mouthguards:

  • Minimal designs
  • Extremely expensive and time consuming process
  • Once molded, cannot be re-adjusted to natural tooth shifting in teenagers
  • Not easily available
  • Not specifically designed for your sport.

NXTRND Mouthguards: 

  • Individually engineered for sport specific protection
  • More secure and more comfortable
  • The highest quality EVA and Silicone materials
  • Significantly less expensive than ordering from a dentist
  • Air-flow System enhances performance through increased oxygen flow
  • Ability to re-adjust molding for better fit and improved performance
  • A Nxtrnd Mouthguard will outlast any standard mouthguard 10-to-1
  • Stylized designs and colors perfect for your team 
  • Sport specific designs
  • Case included
  • Unlimited defective warranty and free returns

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