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Habrok Sports is trying to take the gi market by storm adding their product offering to the already huge gear market that is available to jiu jitsu practitioners. They are confident in their product lines and submitted their recent release, the Habrok Tatica 2.0 for review. I wore this gi for over 3 months to determine its quality, longevity and rolling performance, check out my review.
While I’d seen the Habrok name around the no-gi scene, I wasn’t aware that they made gis until they gave me the opportunity to try out their Tatica Leve model. I was eager to see how their gis measured up against other competitors in the market.Find your favorite women’s gi at MMA Warehouse!
War Tribe gis have gotten positive reviews from our other female writers here at GiReviews.net, so I’m pumped to finally be able to try one out myself. Their newest release, the Hydrogen Ultralight, is giving me a pretty promising first impression.Get your War Tribe Women’s Hydrogen Gi at Amazon!
When I was first offered to test drive a Deus Fight Co. gi, I was excited. I’d seen other people wearing them and really liked the look, so I jumped on the opportunity to try their new “Blind Samurai” gi.Shop for the best in women’s gi at MMA Warehouse
I had never heard of Habrok Sports until they reached out to GiReviews.net and send over a gi for me to try, however after looking at pictures their products my interest was definitely piqued…
The company has put out some really attractive looking designs, so I’m excited at the opportunity to review Habrok’s Tactica 2.0.Find the latest in BJJ gis at MMA Warehouse!
War Tribe Gear established themselves a while back as one of those rare companies that truly goes out of their way to give their customers the best products they can put together. Many of this company’s releases thus far have been full weight gis that featured awesome fits and awesomer looks, so this reviewer already has some positive bias going in… But how do they do an ultra lightweight gi? Is it the same uncompromising standard of quality?Purchase your very own War Tribe Gear Hydrogen gi on Amazon right now!
Combat Corner has made a splash in the gi market lately, mainly by selling their products as standard “gym gis.” By this I mean they offer their gis wholesale to gyms and then gyms sell them to new students. I recently had the opportunity to review one of Combat Corner’s higher end gis, the Eco 4.0. This gi exceeded all expectations during its review period!Get your very own Combat Corner Eco 4.0 gi at Amazon!
Hayabusa is actually a Japanese word for the Peregrine Falcon. This falcon is a predator best known for its power, speed and strength — the very same attributes that are possessed by the combat athletes that make use of their products.
Hayabusa is mostly known for their MMA clothing, but they also make a pretty nice BJJ gi. Their gis are made entirely of ripstop fabric, but their most unique feature is that they have a stretch inseam similar to most mma shorts. This very unique feature sets Hayabusa apart from other brands.
They also dabble in contrast stitching, but their gis tend to be very pricey.Find your own Hayabusa gi at MMA Warehouse!
Venum is a pretty cool Brazilian fight company. They are based in Brazil and have offices in New York. They sponsor fighters such as Frankie Edgar, Lyoto Machida, and Sean Sherk.
They have a REALLY nice website and are very active on their Twitter account, should you ever need to get ahold of them.
In 1989, Keiko Raca Kimonos was a sportswear manufacturing company. For the next 16 years, Keiko Raca made items for Mizuno and other brands. In 1995, they started out on their own and created the brand we know today. Keiko Raca offers slimmer fitting gis than other companies and sponsors some of the top names in BJJ (many from the Alliance team) such as Cobrinha, Gabby Garcia, Tarsis Humphreys and Sergio Moraes. Even though they aren’t heavily marketed in the United States, they continue to be a standard, popular gi in many other parts of the world. Definitely a solid gi and kimono company.