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Platinum Jiu Jitsu- Setting a New Standard

Summary

Platinum Jiu Jitsu produces premium limited edition gis with amazing features.  It’s as simple as that.  Their materials, styling and functional features make their gis worthy of collection.   If you are on the market for a gi, I highly recommend considering Platinum Jiu Jitsu.

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fowler cover

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The gi Mike Fowler designed specifically for his match against turtle guard legend Eduardo Telles.  This is perhaps the most beautiful garment I’ve ever seen, forget jiu jitsu related.  As a gi it is a tough, functional product.

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KO Sports GearSummary

A tough work horse gi.  The KO (Knock Out) Sports Gear red pearl weave gi is a bargain given its durability and distinctive features.  This is not a “premium” or “tailored” gi, but it is without question a fantastic gi for what its meant to be: a functional novelty

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Deus Fight Co

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One of the very nicest gis I’ve had the privilege of reviewing.  The Deus Fight Co.  Original Limited Edition BJJ Gi is one of the most lightweight and comfortable gis I’ve ever seen.  Deus is unabashedly religious in their themes, so if you are a devout Christian this is the gi for you!

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asianhistory

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I was given the opportunity to review two different gis from Club Boost, a very active company.  The two gis that I reviewed are the Club Boost Comp Gi in white and the Club Boost Samurai Gi in black.  This is a review of the Black Samurai Gi; I will cover both a review of the gi as well as some contrast and comparison between it and the Comp gi. [click to continue…]

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Club BoostSummary

I was given the opportunity to review two different gis from Club Boost, a very active company.  The two gis that I reviewed are the Club Boost Comp Gi in white and the Club Boost Samurai Gi in black.  This is a review of the Comp Gi, I will cover both a review of the gi as well as some contrast and comparison between it and the Samurai gi.

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new spats 2

Selling out faster than womp rat stew on Tatooine!

Get yours: http://www.BJJHQ.com

spats 3 view

Details from BjjHQ:

OK Kimonos has added some pretty slick-looking spats to their arsenal, and after a few weeks testing ours on the mats… we love ‘em. The orange & camo colorway looks great, every detail fully sublimated into the fibers of the stretch fabric. OK uses a soft, high-end polyester/spandex blend that stretches easily with your body’s movements, without compromising their overall compression around your legs.

The tapered fit ensures the bottom cuff openings don’t loosen up or stretch out after some wear ‘n tear, while the waist is equipped with a wide elastic core for the sort of steady fit you need with spats. Also equipped with an internal drawstring for easy adjustments.

Size Chart
S: 130-145 lbs
M: 145-165 lbs
L: 160-190 lbs
XL: 190-215 lbs
2XL: 210-240 lbs

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Zuri_

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With its smooth, African styling The Original Zuri Gi is an extremely durable and attractive first effort by a new gi company.  This gi is impressively well built, comfortable and well designed.

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flow kimonos bjj gi review

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The Flow Kimonos Classic Series Kimono is a beautiful product. The gi is comfortable, functional and is a great entry to the ever growing Jiu Jitsu gi market.

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