Definitive List of Women’s Gis and Kimonos

by Julia

This is embarassing.  I made a huge announcement recently and totally left some people out.


Thankfully, five super awesome women reminded me that it’s really hard to find decent ladies gis on the internet.  Special thanks to Ayanthi who has done our first women’s gi review.

So I did some homework.  And below I present to you a fairly comprehensive list of women’s gis. I’ve also tried my best to organize them by price.

If I’ve forgotten any, please post them in the comments below!

Women’s BJJ Gis and Kimonos

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!

Women’s Gis Under $140

fuji pink blossom gi

Fuji (Pink/White) - MMA Outlet, Budovideos, Fighters Market

Break Point Women’s Lightweight (White/Black) – MMA Outlet

Tatami Zero G Midas (Black&Gold) - Fighters Market

Tatami Ladies Estilo Premier 3.0 (White/Blue) - Fighters Market

Kingz Women’s 420 (White/Blue/Black) – Budovideos, Fighters Market

Fenom (White/Blue/Black) – Budovideos

Ouano Lightweight Gi (Pink) – Ouano


Women’s Gis $140-$170

black eagle predadora womens bjj gi

Gameness Women’s Feather (White/Violet) – Fighters Market

Black Eagle Predadora (White/Blue) - Fighters Market

Keiko Raca Women’s Gi (White/Blue/Pink) - Fighters Market

Fushida Comp LS (White/Black) - Fushida

Ouano Premium Competition Gi (White w/ Pink)  - Ouano

Dragao Hanna Women’s Gi (Black/Blue/White) Fighter’s Market

Kingz 450 COMP V2 Women’s Gi (Navy/Black/Blue/White) Fighter’s Market

Break Point Beija-Flor (Black/Blue/White) Budovideos

Women’s Gis $175-$220

storm women sakura gi kimono

Storm Sakura (White) - Budovideos, Fighters Market

Storm Nightshade (Black) - Budovideos, Fighters Market

OTM Women’s Gi (White w/ Teal or Pink) – BudovideosFighters Market

Atama Women’s Mundial 9 (White/Blue/Black) – Fighters Market

Atama Signature Kyra Gracie Gi (Pink) – Fighters Market

Atama Signature Leticia Ribeiro Gi (White) - Fighters Market

Vulkan Pro Light (White/Lilac) – MMA Outlet, Budovideos, Fighters Market

Gracie Barra Pro Gi [athletic fit] (Pink) Budovideos


This article last updated October 25, 2012.

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{ 41 comments… read them below or add one }

shakia harris May 24, 2012 at 6:00 pm

kingz female kimono is pretty good. i recently did a brief review here:


Brendan May 24, 2012 at 6:09 pm

Brief? this is a PHENOMENAL review Shakia! Thank you so much for linking it here. Is your Koral Light a girl’s cut as well?


shakia harris May 24, 2012 at 6:25 pm

haha thanks. it’s brief compared to the meticulous reviews Georgette Oden does. The koral light is a mens gi & I have the A0, another good deal off of bjj hq. I don’t believe Koral has women’s cuts just yet but I wish they did. The one I have is super light but incredibly durable. I’m glad more affordable women’s gis are available. Some of us just can’t afford the atama, although I hear they fit incredibly well. So far my mens koral is still my go to gi for tournaments.


Brendan May 24, 2012 at 6:57 pm

That’s because Georgette is freaking awesome. Her reviews are fantastic.

Isn’t it crazy that so many of them are $200 for no reason? It seems like all the high profile ones are over 175 for no reason at all.


Amanda Collier May 24, 2012 at 6:34 pm

Thanks for the list. I am always searching for a good gi that fits right. I had the Kyra Gracie signature. It was wonderful. I also have the Gameness. I do not reccommend it unless you are very pear shaped. The top fits great but the pants are 2 sizes too big. My favorite gi right now is a Koral lightweight. It is a men’s gi but fits nice.


Brendan May 24, 2012 at 6:58 pm

That’s 2 votes for the Koral light for women. Very interesting! Why did you get rid of the Kyra signature gi?


Amanda Collier May 24, 2012 at 7:32 pm

The Kyra Atama pants ripped pretty bad but after wearing it almost every day and competing in it several times over 2 years, that will happen. I lucked out and got mine at a NAGA for $100. Shakia is right, the Koral is very lightweight and flexible and also durable. Although I have other gi’s I wear it most days and have had it for over a year. I wash and dry it with no shrinking. Only negative is no knee pads and if I land poorly on the mat on the right knee it is sometimes painful.


patricia May 24, 2012 at 8:01 pm

thanks for the list! Do you know which of these are actually cut differently? and which are just F sizes put on the regular cut?


Brendan May 24, 2012 at 8:15 pm

you know what Patricia, I’m not sure at all. I know they all have F sizes, but I don’t know if any are relabeled A sizes and how many actually have a unique cut. I would believe that the Kingz, Atamas, and Storms are probably female cut, but I can’t attest to any of the others. Again, this is all perspective as I haven’t ever tried any on =o) I believe Ayanthi said that the Fushida Comp LS is a unique womens cut.


patricia May 24, 2012 at 8:17 pm

cool, thanks for that bit of info :)

i believe that tatami’s are just relabeled. that being said, tatami’s regular fit is a pretty good fit. I don’t know about any of the others either. would be cool if anyone who knew could chime in!


Ayanthi July 26, 2012 at 2:00 am

Yes, I can attest to the fact that the Fushida is a unique women’s cut. Christo spent a lot of time getting that gi right. I have the Gameness Feather as well and it feels like a women’s cut to me as well, not just a relabeling thing. Atama women’s gi is definitely a women’s cut too.

Additionally, I currently have a Killer Bee women’s gi, which should be available soon. It’s a unique women’s cut, not relabeled.


Brendan July 26, 2012 at 7:01 pm

Thanks so much for the input Ayanthi! This type of info is invaluable for women looking for a new gi!

Amanda Collier May 24, 2012 at 9:43 pm

Patricia, the gameness is definitely cut differently and I would reccommend it to any woman with more hips and butt. The top is cut narrow across the shoulders and I don’t think it would fit a busty woman very well. The Kyra Gracie Atama is cut with narrow shoulders and only slightly roomier hips. A Gi that is not on here but cut for women with more chest is the Freestyle.


Emily May 25, 2012 at 1:47 am

I think you would have to include some of the Fenom Gis in that list.

They only make womens gear.


Emily May 25, 2012 at 2:07 am
Brendan May 25, 2012 at 2:53 pm

Thanks a lot Emily. Can’t believe that I forgot Fenom and I hadn’t seen Ouano’s before. Any idea how they fit?


Emily May 26, 2012 at 9:44 am

Unfortunately I can’t say how they fit. I’m waiting for a review so I can get an idea which one to go for. :D


Stephanie May 29, 2012 at 1:45 am

I’ve always worn Atama gis. My current go-to is the Leticia Ribeiro. I love how the Atama women’s gis are cut slimmer in both the top and bottom. I’m a tall skinny woman so in order to get a men’s gi to be long enough, I usually end up swimming in it. I’ve been debating what new gi to buy as my Atama is becoming threadbare so this list is extremely helpful.

Does anyone know if the Tatami’s are a different cut, or just resized men’s sizes?

Anyone have any thoughts on Fenom gi’s (i.e. durability, overall quality)?


Brendan May 29, 2012 at 2:08 am

Fenom gis seem to be really highly regarded from everything I’ve heard. I’m checking with a friend to see if the Estilo is a distinctive women’s cut.


patricia May 29, 2012 at 2:10 am

i believe i read on tatami’s website then there ladies gis are just the mens gi’s but smaller sizes.

after reading what you say about atama’s i may invest in one soon, i have a horrible time finding a gi that’s pants are long enough that i don’t swim in.


Brendan May 29, 2012 at 10:06 am

I talked to a friend of mine (Thanks Julia!) who own’s a women’s tatami and she said she really likes it. It may be a smaller version of the men’s cut, but she really really likes it and said the Jacket fits her really well.


Stephanie June 1, 2012 at 2:49 am

I went back and read the previous posts (sorry, I should have done that in the first place!) and I read similar things about Tatami gis.

I know you can buy just pants from Atama in their women’s sizes, so it may be a good place for you to start if you don’t want to shell out the money for an entire gi.


Brendan June 1, 2012 at 10:47 am

But wow are they expensive $70-90 plus shipping! I just don’t understand why women’s stuff is so overpriced.

The best women’s selection of gis is definitely Fighters Market:


Hannah June 2, 2012 at 2:37 pm

Great list! I’m looking for a new black gi and was wishing for a list such as this. Thank you!
I have a few of the aforementioned gis, and thought I’d share my 2 cents.
My favorite is my black Atama Mundial 9. Slim cut, great fit, and the pants are unbeatable. So easy to move in yet very durable. Perfect competition gi. They have sales once in a while, and you can get good deals. I got mine for 25% off.
I have the black Break Point and it definitely feels like a men’s gi relabeled. It’s very baggy, especially in the shoulders and hips.
My Fenom Plumeria is a fantastic fit and a great everyday gi. Definitely made by women for women. Fabric is very soft, which feels nice but is also easy for opponents to grip. Their ripstop pants are very tailored and thus a great fit. They also have specific cuts for curvier women.
That’s all, thanks!


Brendan June 4, 2012 at 3:04 pm

It seems like Fenom needs to get a lot more press. I’m amazed that so many women don’t know about them. And I agree that the Mundial 9 is a nice gi. The problem, as with most Atama gis, is the insane price tag.


Nicole August 23, 2012 at 4:55 am

I’m super late to the party on this one, but the Ouano gi, while beautiful, fit me terribly (for the record, I had the white with pink stitching). First off, Ouano seemed to want to be their own man when it comes to sizing, so an F2 for them is probably an F4 for anyone else. I thought, what the hell, let’s try to shrink this badboy and soaked/washed hot, dried on high, left it in the sun, etc. and managed modest shrinkage in the torso and pants, but almost none at all in the sleeves.
There’s something off about the cut of the sleeves in that they’re wizard sleeves all the way from where they join the body of the gi to the wrist. Reminded me of my judo gis back in the day. Also, all the women that Ouano knows must have gigantic asses, because they trousers seem best suited for smuggling watermelons. Bummer.
I actually just sold this gi today to a teammate of mine with slightly larger proportions than I and she seems happy with it, which is awesome because I’m glad someone is going to get use out of this gorgeous, well-constructed, super ill-fitting (for me) gi. And I have an excuse to pick up a Ctrl or something…


Heather September 11, 2012 at 6:26 pm

Thanks so much for thinking of us! I’m glad us five ladies convinced you to do it. And yes, I’m forwarding to all my lady bjj friends. Thanks!!


Brendan September 11, 2012 at 10:18 pm

Again, THANK YOU Heather!


Jiu Jiu October 5, 2012 at 1:28 am

The Estilo 3.0 also has women’s sizes. I got the F3 and the F4 and the F3 fits me perfectly even though it’s supposedly for someone about 5-6 lbs lighter than I am. I looked online and I found that it is smaller than the A0. So for me, that’s something different.

I find their pants to be CRAZY small, though! It’s like they’re made for lollipop bodies – for stick legs. I can’t fit the F3 pants comfortably, and the F4 was not much bigger. So the F3 top fits me like a dream, but I wear the Predadora pants with them – because they’ve got SO MUCH FREAKING ROOM. I wish someone came out with pants right in the middle – my Goldilocks zone.

Ones I don’t see on your list:
Gracie Barra pink gi
Dragao Hanna women’s gi in blue and white

I just saw a pink Ground Star women’s gi at the Isami Seoul store, but I’m not sure that is going to be a regularly made gi or not:

I’d suggest adding a direct link to Fenom’s website, since it’s honestly so much better to get it from the source – they have great customer service there.


Jenn October 5, 2012 at 9:12 pm

I can chime in on the Fuji Pink Blossom. I have a Fuji Summerweight, and prior to that I had their standard gi.

The pants feel similar to the “mens” version, but are slightly shorter. The top fits MUCH better. On my summerweight, if I cinch it tight around the smallest part of my waist, the very bottom of the gi doesn’t sit right. If I make it look/feel right along the bottom, I have a ton of extra fabric on the waist. The women’s version took care of that problem, and makes the gi feel so much more comfortable. The gi top is also slightly shorter in the arm length. I am 5’10″ and the W4 is the perfect length. I don’t think I could wear an A3, even after losing more weight, without having the high-water look that I am not a fan of.

The material of the Pink Blossom is the same as their regular gi. The summerweight is lighter, but I don’t care for the sandpaper feel. I know some people like a rough gi, but I like them soft! One concern I have is the row of embroidered flowers makes for a nice grip for chokes. For this reason, I don’t know if I would compete in it.

The gi is awesome looking. I have gotten a ton of compliments on it from guys and girls.


Jiu Jiu October 17, 2012 at 12:08 am

The Vulcan gi is no longer available from

Looks like there’s now this available:
Women’s Gi Beija-Flor by Break Point in black/blue/white for $159.95 USD ($149.95 in white)


Brendan October 17, 2012 at 8:36 am

I should somehow make you the moderator of the post so you can edit it ;) Thanks for the heads up!


Lisa November 26, 2012 at 9:09 pm

Storm have also just released a new black/white/grey version of the Sakura, called Flora.


Brendan November 27, 2012 at 5:26 am

Thanks so much, Lisa. And thank you for ruining my plans to train this morning while I instead read every single one of the posts on your site :)


Jessica January 1, 2013 at 8:06 pm

Check out DaFirma Kimono Company! Great gi’s for women lots of sizes. Custom gi’s available too! I paid $139.00 for mine and LOVE it! Find them on Facebook like the page and get great deals and give always!


Lana January 15, 2013 at 3:26 pm

Add Da Firma Kimono Co to the list! Great sizing for the ladies and well designed as well. I am on the petite side (5’2, 116lbs) and I love the way their gis fit. They are not overpriced either ranging in the 130s. Not only do they have great gis, they are a family run company who provide excellent customer service. They also do custom gis and my teammates love the ones we’ve ordered!!


Caitlin April 23, 2013 at 2:12 pm

You can get any gi from OTM in their women’s sizes so they offer more than just one women’s gi. They don’t advertise that or give that option on their website, but if you call them they’ll do it! I got a OTM 420 gi in a F4 and it fits better than any other gi I’ve had (even the ones I’ve tailored). I will definitely get another one next year!


Brendan April 24, 2013 at 5:43 am

great tip Caitlin!


Rod October 7, 2013 at 7:44 pm

I don’t see the Grips Amazona mentioned. My friend is 5″ and weighs 93lbs and the size F1 fit her beautifully.


Ricardo December 23, 2013 at 11:24 am

Looks like you left DFKC off this list. We make a women’s kimono under $140 like all of our kimono we would put them against any kimono on the market. It has been a long time since Nicole’s review and we have made subtile yet significant improvements to all of our kimonos and added in more sizes, we currently have 30 sizes available for a custom fit for everyone. Everyone deserves a kimono that fits for a great price. Our women’s kimonos can be found at


Peggy March 12, 2014 at 5:36 am

Hi, thanks for the list. I bought the Break Point Women’s Beija-Flor Gi in white. I love it! It fits great and it is so pretty! It also comes in black and blue. It is normally $149.99 but I bought mine during a Break Point sale.


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