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From the runways to the mats, acclaimed fashion designer and BJJ brown belt and Viking Wong explains the new Absolute cut.
I decided to treat myself and buy this gi for my birthday, and believe me, it really is a treat.
I am frequently asked which gi I would recommend, so here are my top five picks, plus one honorable mention.
Eminence Kimonos has some of the most creative gi designs in the BJJ world, and this one is one of my favorites.
With its ornate embroidery and high quality construction, the new gi from Tatami is a perfect choice for female grapplers.
How are you supposed to know what kind of gi to get? What about tying the belt? And where do you buy those awesome Meerkatsu rash guards? Don’t worry boys and girls. I have the answers.
If you’re a female grappler looking to treat yourself to a high-quality, off-the-rack gi, the Grips Athletics Amazona Gi is the one I would recommend.
"If something I have created can reach out and bring a new person in to try BJJ out, then that would be my ultimate goal. Me personally, I just want to keep rolling, keep drawing, keep writing.”
Submission Fight Co. has created the first hemp women's gi on the market. Aside from a few issues with shrinkage, I thought this was a high-quality, attractive gi.
The Fenom brand offers gis that are made for women, by women. They are also high-quality gis and have quickly become the new grey t-shirt of my grappling wardrobe.
Recently I had the chance to speak to the owner of Killer Bee Kimonos about how he got his start in martial arts. Turns out, an unprovoked attack inspired his first steps into the martial arts world.
Redstar is a Canadian manufacturer located in Toronto, Ontario that has designed its gis for the taller, slimmer athlete.
My teammate Scott Nauss is helping me review some of the BJJ gear for guys out there - first up is the Kingz 420 Light V2 BJJ gi.
The new women's gi from Killer Bee Gis is my new favorite. It fits much better than a man's gi and the ripstop pants are indestructible. Let me break down on the details on this gi for you.
Ever heard a grappler talk about going to “gi” or “no-gi” class? What does it mean? How do they compare? Do they differ in ways that make a difference? Read on for more details.