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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 Amazon!
Receiving this gi, it has the appearance and feel of most standard mid to high quality Pakistani made gis. The fabric is soft and supple, the lapel’s thickness is slightly below average. For me, the two biggest points of interest are the cut of the gi and the sublimated yoke lining. Unlike many brands, Habrok sublimated all branding directly onto this yoke panel. Most brands have some sort of tag or label sewn into the yoke, but not Habrok. I think that while it may not seem like much, this is a brilliant design choice because of how smooth it makes the inner yoke panel.
Over the next several months I will wear this gi on a regular basis and determine its longevity and how it wears in. Stay tuned for a comprehensive review. If you are interested in checking out Habrok’s range, hit them up at www.habroksports.com and if you like their products use code GIREVIEW20 and help yourself to 20% off.
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Disclosure: This Gi was submitted to me free of charge (by way of gireviews.net) for review. I have never done any work with or for Habrok.
Emil Fischer is a brown belt competitor training under Pablo Castro at Strong Style MMA in Independence Ohio. Emil writes for various jiu jitsu related blogs and magazines, is a brand ambassador for Ludwig Van and Vanguard Kimono and is sponsored by Trap And Roll Soap, Impact Mouth Guards, The Terphouse, Cleveland Cryo, Nottarookie, Eddys on Coventry and Meerkatsu You can check out more of his work and his competition footage at www.facebook.com/emilfischerbjj.
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