Posted On:8/14/2011 10:49pm
Style: Jiu Jitsu
Links would be nice, I was looking at a hemp one but it was over 200 bucks so **** that. Any reputable dealers out there?
Posted On:8/14/2011 10:55pm
Style: Chinese Boxing
Posted On:8/14/2011 11:09pm
Style: BJJ, wrestling
I've always had good luck with Atama. Their basic line is somewhat affordable. $150 for basic white jiu-jitsu gi.
Howard Combat Kimonos have an unbleached gi that is still under $100. It's definitely a decent gi.
Padilla and Sons is another quality gi that is affordable.
Posted On:8/15/2011 1:16am
Style: TSD, Karate & Kickboxing
I have, I bought this one :)
Posted On:8/15/2011 7:40am
Style: BJJ, Judo, SAMBO
I have had pretty good luck with Fuji brand from KodokanGear for judogis and Kikskin and Submission FC for jiiu-jitsugis.
Posted On:8/15/2011 10:03am
Yes seveal times, although I've no idea why you would want to buy a hemp gi...
The same rules apply to buying a gi online as any other product, be sensible, bigger names offer greater protection and if you're in the UK buying with a credit card on items over £100 you're given good protection under the consumer credit act.
Posted On:8/15/2011 10:46am
Our club gets our kit from https://www.hatashitasports.com/index.php we get wholesale pricing which is nice, if you have a few friends that want to get some kit you might want to pick up the phone and talk to them about club pricing...
Posted On:8/16/2011 10:36am
Also I have been wearing a Fuji doubleweave for the last 3 years and it is still going very strong (although it is getting a little grubby) great gi for the money...
Posted On:8/16/2011 10:44am
Style: Kunst des Fechten, Judo
Does anyone know of a good front-lacing or elastic-waist set of gi pants to get? I'm about completely mentally done with draw-stringing it.
Posted On:8/21/2011 9:39am
hatashitasports.com is where i've bought virtually every go i've owned. i've always had great customer service personally
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