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    What Kind Of Gi Is This?

    Anyone know what make / model / brand of judogi this is? Any idea what the logo on the sleeve is or what the script on the lapel says? Thanks!


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    The judogi are Mizuno, you can see the bird on the left sleeve. I expect the script is the dojo or team name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keej613 View Post
    Anyone know what make / model / brand of judogi this is? Any idea what the logo on the sleeve is or what the script on the lapel says? Thanks!

    I never knew their logo was a bird, and I've been around their products for decades. lol.

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    Roadrunner...




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    Nice. I think someone did tell me that once, but I forgot.

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    "Mizuno", as we all know, translates as "Springfield".

    Might want to add a little "d-oh!" to your "meep-meep".

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    The lapel would be the School name and the logo is the schools logo. "meep meep"
    Last edited by judoratt; 4/17/2014 8:53pm at .

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    Not to bust your balls but....
    If you don't recognize the mizuno logo can you put judo in your style?

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    In my defense, when you look at the logo on the guy's right sleeve, it has two "lines" reaching out towards the left whereas the Mizuno logo only has one. His logo almost looks like a Hollister logo. That's why I wasn't sure that it really was a Mizuno.

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    Does Mizuno make good gis? All I know them for is their golf equipment.

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