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Shoyoroll Batch 17 The Competitor Pre-Sale Information

Shoyoroll Batch #17: Competitor Presale goes on soon. Mark your calendars. SYR’s Batch #17- “Competitor” is inspired to reflect our logo layout for our sponsored athlete gi’s. This gi is perfect for competition! The kimono will be available in two colors- White and Blue. Unfortunately, they didn’t produce their fitted gi sizes for this particular batch. This means the A3S is available, but the ‘F’ sizes they’ve done recent are not.

Shoyoroll Batch 17 The Competitor

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Batch #17- Competitor is inspired to reflect our logo layout for our sponsored athlete gi’s. This gi is perfect for competition! The kimono is available in two colors- White and Blue.

Shoyoroll Batch 17 The Competitor Pre-sale Details

When: February 6th, 2013
Start time: 10 AM (Pacific Standard Time)
End Time: Until Sold Out
Cost: White- $175.00 USD, Blue- $185.00 USD
Where: http://www.Budovideos.com/ (BOOKMARK THIS LINK!) [This gi is no longer available]

*Limit of TWO gi’s per color for White & Blue (*while supplies last) per customer.

Batch 17 Competitor Gi Specs

Shoyoroll Batch 17 The CompetitorWHITE:

  • Color: White with Grey/Red logos and trim.
  • Jacket: Lightweight Pearl Weave
  • Pant: Lightweight RipStop

Shoyoroll Batch 17 The CompetitorBLUE:

  • Color: Blue with Grey/Red logos and trim.
  • Jacket: Lightweight Pearl Weave
  • Pant: Lightweight RipStop
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Sizing Information

Shoyoroll Batch 17 The Competitor

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37 comments
Debbie says January 31, 2013

it’s too bad they won’t do it for fitted sizes. I have come to the conclusion that the fitted sized are the only ones that will work for me.

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saul aceves says January 31, 2013

Just to be sure on what size to buy, I’m 5’11” and between 165-170 lbs. A2 or A1L?

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    Brendan says January 31, 2013

    if you plan to dry it in the dryer, grab the a2, otherwise the a1L should work. Just know it’s going to be about 1/2 in shorter on each sleeve than the a2

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      Gri says February 1, 2013

      im 5’9″ 167 and i have two A1L they fit perfect out the bag. they never see the dryer out of fear though. i have A2 and its baggy in the chest.

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        Mata Leao says February 5, 2013

        Do some push ups.

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          Brendan says February 6, 2013

          To be fair, I lift pretty heavily and CTRL gis are still baggy on my chest 🙂

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Abi says January 31, 2013

Hey, are they going to sell these only on Budovideos, or are they doing a parallel sale on Shoyoroll.com as well? Thanks.

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    nicolas says February 4, 2013

    both of them

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joe says February 1, 2013

will the gi shrink if cold washed and hung dried ? Im 5″11 190, should i get an a2 or a3?

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    Brendan says February 1, 2013

    joe, i think that unless you have super long arms, the a3 is going to be way too big on you. id go with the a2 and never dry it in heat or leave it in the sun or anything like that.

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    August says February 3, 2013

    I’m the same size and the a2s fit like a glove.

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Logan says February 1, 2013

I’m 6’1” and 190 lbs. Should I go with the a3 or a3s?

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    Brendan says February 1, 2013

    a3 is going to be big on you as it is. im 6’1 and 200lbs and its massive on me. i can even fit into an a2 in SYR. I’d say go a3 and shrink it

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ron hess says February 1, 2013

oh sweet… i am gonna be at the computer wednesday right at 1pm w/credit card in hand to order two of the blue in A3…. thanks for the heads up!

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Ben says February 1, 2013

I’m 5’11” and about 180. A2 you reckon? The tatami A3 was like a tent on me but the Fuji A3 is close to perfect.

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Abi says February 1, 2013

2 questions:

1) Are those patches all removable?

2) I’m 6’1.5″, 170 pounds, longish arms, which size do you recommend? Thanks.

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Matt says February 1, 2013

Hello!

I’m 170CM, about 79kilos. What size should I get?

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    Mata Leao says February 5, 2013

    A2

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    Vitaly says February 6, 2013

    A2

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Joe says February 2, 2013

Will these ship immediately like the “her hono”?
Thanks

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Cory says February 3, 2013

What happen to the black and yellow one? My favorite color way so far

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    Brendan says February 4, 2013

    These aren’t the comp lite gis, just replicas of their competition team gis from last year. I bet they’ll do another black/yellow later for the comp lite XIII

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adrian says February 4, 2013

I am 6’3 210 lbs. in the past with the 7th son and the yank I purchased an A4. im happy with the fit though i do wish the top was a bit smaller. the pants fit perfectly though since i have long legs. is it risky to try the A3? ideally the gi would have same length pants but just be a little smaller with the top.

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Sid says February 5, 2013

143lbs and 5’6 would the A0 fit me better than the A1?

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john says February 5, 2013

Hello

I am 1.83m, about 80kg. What size should I get A1L or A2?

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Fariba says February 6, 2013

For height 6’2 and weight 211 Ibs what size do you recommend for your next batch !!?! Thank you so much SHOYOROLL

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Joey says February 8, 2013

Hi,

Should I take A3S? I weight 150lbs and 6.4 tall.

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    Brendan says February 8, 2013

    Definitely. The a3 is going to be wayyy too wide on you.

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Mark says February 9, 2013

I understand the patches are woven… Can they be unpicked and removed easily or are they permantly sewen into the gi?

Thanks!

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