NXTRND™ strives to combine industry leading protection with unbeatable comfort. We use cutting edge technology to create premium, innovative products for the modern athlete.


A well engineered and high quality mouthguard is crucial for protecting against head related injuries in all sports. When fitted properly, a mouthguard should in theory reduce the risk of concussion as well as protect the teeth, jaw and skull from serious injury.

A NXTRND™ mouthguard works as a shock absorber when impact is made to the mouth, jaw or head area by dissipating the impact forces and increasing the separation between the upper and lower teeth.


We are the world’s only athlete owned mouth guard company. All of our mouth guards are made of our patented EVA material blend which efficiently absorbs and disperses impact while remaining extremely lightweight and soft to the touch.

Our guards are equally put through rigorous testing and sampling to ensure that their resilience and softness is good enough to absorb and deflect high forces of impact to the mouth, teeth, and jaw. The final product is a slim fitting but dense in material mouthguard that delivers comfort as well as great protection.


In the past, the thickness of a mouthguard's material correlated directly to its ability to absorb energy, however, today it is no longer necessary to wear thick uncomfortable mouthguards. Innovations in material density have made it possible for us to create slim mouthguards boasting superior protection. In order to create what we believe to be the safest and most comfortable mouthguards on the market we have utilized these advancements to our advantage. Increasing material density has allowed us to reach the same energy absorption capacities as thick guards even though ours are half the thickness and easily moldable.


Scientific evidence has shown that mouthguards prevent two main types of injuries. They prevent injuries to the lip, mouth and tongue referred to as orofacial injuries, and injuries to the teeth known as dental injuries.

Dental Injuries: The most common dental injuries in sports are tooth fractures, temporomandilar joint dislocation,tooth intrusion/extrusion and avulsion. These types of injuries must always be checked by a healthcare provider in order to detect other related problems that might not be visible to the untrained eye.

Orofacial Injuries: These injuries include tissue bruising, abrasion and lacerations.

It's important to note that not all mouthguards are alike in there prevention of injuries. Some offer more protection at the expense of comfort and vice-versa, which is why it is very important to consider your particular sport and the type of injuries related to your game when choosing a mouthguard. Please click on the button below for further information.