I would say get your usual size in gi's for the pants. We all like low prices, but never at the cost of compromised dependability. And for variety, we've included different types of comfort so there's something for everyone. The material is spandex and nylon mix meaning they are stretchy but not too thin. This is the first gi that I have purchased and I love it, way better the the fuji and gameness gi's that I was previously borrowing from friends, but maybe thats just because it mine, nah this thing is sick and I purchased a standard white 93brand gi for a backup.
I think they're super comfortable and fit much better than the Fuji. Each sleeve features 93 brand logos embroidered in black, white crimson and charcoal grey. It has been a long time since I have done a gi review on the blog. They are so comfortable I have no issue lounging around the house in them. Well, 93 Brand is rewriting the book on standard Gis, issuing a high-quality kimono with absolutely no patches or tags or embroideries on the exterior. Often times when I fall into the top end of a sizing chart for any particular brand, A-1 sized gi's tend to be too small. And for those of you who haven't given up on the art of the takedown, these Gis make grip-fighting an arduous task for your opponent.
On a related side note: Can anyone help me with 93 sizing? But if you email us your info we will send you a new pair or work something else out if it hasn't already been. They just don't do it here. I also like their t-shirt designs and own a number of those. The collection shown here includes Jiu Jitsu Gis that are affordable and reliable. These are the Gis you want if your goal is to minimize the grips available to your opponent, making it harder for them to get a solid grip on the weave or collar and making it easier for you to break any grips they are able to establish.
Most of our picks are simple and modest in appearance, allowing the price point to remain low while still maintaining a standard of durability, function, and fit. This was a very fun gi to review. Even under heavy training conditions the Kilo never feels heavy from sweat and doesn't trap body heat. I'll realistically drop down to 215-220 before platueing there. Sometimes it is simply a cosmetic issue and even worse can affect the structural integrity of the gi. Does the thought of a Gi on eBay selling for half a month's rent just rub you the wrong way? If I remember, I'll post a sneak peek of my Illustrator files here : It's unbleached with blue+white+black trim.
After the popularity of the Strasse and the Black on Black Hooks V2, we smashed em together and. Made of 100% cotton, when I opened the package and pulled the gi out I contemplated actually sleeping in it. Shipping options apply to in-stock items shipped to physical addresses within the 48 contiguous states. I can not say enough good things about it as a starter Gi. That isn't necessarily a bad thing if you prefer a very comfortable jacket that doesn't feel like you are wearing body armor. If you bought from rollmore. No manufacturer's label at the bottom of the lapel or little logo hit on the thigh, it's a truly plain and modest Gi.
I own 9 of their gi's and they all fit me perfectly. As long as they keep the current price point they have a lifetime wholesaler from me! Moving up in size tends to put me in an overly bulky gi. To my satisfaction the taping on the inner seams throughout the entire gi are also 100% cotton, preventing the chaffing that can be an issue when the manufacturer uses synthetic threading or taping that has been cauterized to prevent unraveling. I prefer to see the longer, reinforcement to provide additional cushioning and the Kilo does this well. If your washing machine does not have a liquid fabric softener dispenser, add it during the rinse cycle after the water fills up a second time. I only ever cold washed and hung dried but this gi still shrank a lot. People say they make A2L but then when you try it on its an A2.
Summary Plain, no frills but excellent value grappling tights from 93 Brand. We only carry gear that we have faith in, and this collection features the Gis that are at the top of that list. I own this gi, white belt 5 months in. Disclosures I have worked on numerous fightwear design projects for 93 Brand. Not a huge deal for me since it's just aesthetic, but it looks like either the internal reinforcement panel isn't being pressed to the front of the pants before sewing, or the tension on the machine is way too high. Also, have a couple pair of the standard issue shorts and think they fit true to size as well though the velcro closure came unstitched the first time I took them off. If I have one complaint about this gi it is that I did experience some stretch in the sleeves.
This is something to take into consideration when purchasing your gi, the amount of time it will take to ensure laundering is handled properly every time. I have had the chance to work with most of the current Gold Weaves on the market these days and almost all of them have some stretch particularly when they get damp from training. The less of a worry that is, the better. High-quality Gi as advertised with minimal shrinkage post-wash. I have to force myself to use my shoyoroll or flow once in a while to give my Standard a break. Some people will say it breaks down the material of the gi itself, but I have never had any issues with gi's ripping or anything like that.
Will most likely buy another one when he outgrows this Gi. That being said, it is easily cut to the desired length and burning the ends makes for an easy modification. Dealing with the added fabric can be cumbersome and allow opportunities for my training partner or opponent to get deeper grip control. It is not your every day, run of the mill kimono. I only wear 93 and Shoyoroll and their fit is very similar. But not everyone can whip up a Gi that has such impressive and pleasant designs. Spider guard, lapel guard, worm guard.