It’s about that time of the year again that we buying JiuJitsu gis for ourselves and loved ones.
But really just for ourselves (AMIRITE?). If you prefer grappling with the gi or if you have a BJJ enthusiast in your life, check out the list below for some do not miss holiday gift ideas!
Disclosure: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links and I will earn a commission if you purchase through those links (at no extra cost to you). These are all things that I have experience with that I am recommending because they are helpful and are companies that I have personally purchased from, not because of the commissions that I may earn from you using these products. If you have any questions about the links on this page, please email me!
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1. War Tribe Hydrogen Gi
Throughout the entire gi, all of the contrast stitching is bi-color. That is to say where normally you have a single color of contrast stitching, the Hydrogen has light blue and maroon stitching. This makes the gi “pop” visually.
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2. War Tribe Hydrogen Ultralight Women's Gi
Stylistically, it stands out from the pack with details that are both pink and yellow. It’s a nice feminine touch without being distracting.
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3. War Tribe Ice Weave Gi
This cool gi (literally!) uses a patent pending technology fabric that has a “cooling effect”. This moisture wicking weave is designed to keep the Jiu Jitsu practitioner cool while rolling.
4. Habrok Sports Tatica 2.0
The Habrok Tatica 2.0 had some impressive features. The fit is decent, the look is sharp, and the fabric is this gi’s strong point.
5. Habrok Sports Tatica Leve Women's Gi
This gi keeps it simple, keeping the frills to a minimum and sticking with basic pink details(though there’s also an option for purple).
Love these Habrok Sports gis? You can get an exclusive 20% discount on all their products when you use code GIREVIEW20
6. Aesthetic Gis
Aesthetic has a really cool collection — Alpha (in the photo), Berimbolo, Glitch, Koi, Ombre and the Pure 2.0 in White, Black, Navy and Royal Blue — that we can't choose a single favorite!
Get an exclusive 20% discount on Aesthetic's full line up when you use code GIREVIEWS.
7. Deus Fight Co. Blind Samurai Women's Gi
It manages to walk that fine line between being roomy and being shapeless and bulky. The arms aren’t too long or short, and the fabric is soft, but strong.
You can enjoy an exclusive 20% discount on this gi — and any other product — when you use code GIREVIEW20.
8. Combat Corner Eco 4.0
Combat Corner has made a splash in the gi market lately, mainly by selling their products as standard “gym gis.”
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9. Estilo 6.0 BJJ Gi by Tatami Fightwear
A really cool-looking Estilo. Love how clean the black looks.
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10. Shoyoroll Batch 77 Hers Kimono
Do I really need to go into why this is awesome? Didn't think so… Well, this is for the awesome women who roll!
11. BJJ Belt by War Kimonos
Voted the best bjj belt, hands down. War belts won by a landslide in our polls and surveys.
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Check out our other holiday gift guide posts:
- BJJ Holiday Gift Guide (Nogi Edition)
- BJJ Holiday Gift Guide (Book Edition)
- BJJ Holiday Gift Guide (DVD Edition)
What would you add to our list?
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 24, 2011