To be honest, I wasn’t sure how to feel when I first heard about War Tribe.
I heard they had a gi with Kevlar in it.
Like the stuff police use to defend against bullets and stuff?
I am super pumped to be able to share with you guys a quick interview that I did with Deus Fight Co. Being a man that shares their beliefs, I was really interested to hear more about how they started the company, their background, and the MASSIVE amount of charity work that they do. Plus, read to the bottom for a special discount code!
The Progress Jiu Jitsu M6 350 GSM kimono is a great option in the ultra lightweight gi market. This gi has beautiful subtle design points, and uses great fabrics to give a very well rounded product.
This Gi was submitted to me free of charge (by way of gireviews.net) for review. I have never done any work with or for Progress Jiu Jitsu.
Progress Jiu Jitsu is a UK based company that has been out there for a while. They sponsor some really good athletes including the up and coming Garry Tonon, and have been expanding their product line lately.
The Yolo Sponsor Pro 450 has all the features of a premium gi. The styling is unique, and for anyone who finds the gi attractive, this is a great addition to the ever changing and evolving gi market!
Don’t get me wrong, I love me some Black Friday deals. I just hate it when I just bought something and then I see a sale a week or two later for 50% off.
It makes me not want to buy from that brand again unless it’s at a super discount.
It’s with that in mind that I want to personally give you some extra free stuff this week from my brand Ok! Kimonos!
Ok! Kimonos Adult Premium Training Gi Review
This blue gi will not leave you with the blues (unless that is what you choose to listen to while training, then I stand corrected.)
The Lanky FG Pro 550 V1 is the first Gi offered by Lanky Fight Gear. This company specializes in Gis for lanky fighters and thus offers much sought after “L” sizes. If you are a longer, leaner BJJ player this high quality gi is a great option!
My first, and only experience with Fuji prior to this review was with their single weave basic gi. It was my second gi (ever) and I loved it dearly. It shrank like crazy over time (as did a lot of those older models), so I was pleasantly surprised by the Fuji Suparaito! It’s a genuinely lightweight gi and a lot of fun to wear and train in.
The Meerkatsu ‘Heavenly’ gi (designed by Seymour Yang – check out my recent interview with him here) in black is a gi that combines an excellent cut for an athletic body type with a clean, but bold, design.
When I first started GiReviews.Net, Meerkatsu was the first person I reached out to. His reviews have always been fantastic and I had no doubt that his first gi offering would be a hit. It sold out quickly around the world and in the review below, you’ll see why.
This edition of our Interview Series features Seymour Yang.
I’ve known *of* Seymour for just about as long as I’ve known him. As one of the most prolific BJJ artists and bloggers, Seymour (aka Meerkatsu), is one of the most helpful and engaging people I’ve met in the online BJJ world.
The Valor Carioca premium gi impressed me in many ways. At first glance, the gi seemed like a pretty straightforward and basic gi, nothing to dislike, but nothing out of the ordinary. However, it exceeded all of my expectations.