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Shoyoroll GUMA Reserve Membership Details

Shoyoroll GUMA Reserve Membership Details

Shoyoroll hinted at a special membership option for fans of the brand a while ago and recently they released the details of the Shoyoroll Guma Reserve Membership. Here’s the deal:

Cost: $379 (nets you a membership until Jan. 01, 2013)

Where to buy it: Shoyoroll online store

When to buy it: December 24th @1pm Pacific time

Other: 1 Shoyoroll GUMA Reserve Membership per person. Spaces are limited.

Shoyoroll GUMA Reserve Membership

 

So what do I get with my Shoyoroll GUMA Reserve Membership?

1 kimono

2 t-shirts

1 sweater

1 gear bag

1 patch and sticker set

10% off all SYR purchases

Access to special members-only releases

Allocated gis for all future releases

Ability to purchase gis before general public

 

Future kimono releases for 2012

– Rio Koi (limited edition artist series)
– Original Competitor (lightweight white and blue new weave )
– The Ring (limited edition athlete series)
– Special Forces (limited theme release kimono)
– The Roc (rare limited collectors release)
– Deluxe (heavy duty limited release)
– Navy Skies (rare limited collectors release)
– Pharaoh (Shoyoroll GUMA Reserve Membershipmember only release)
– Flamingo (Shoyoroll GUMA Reserve Membership member only release)
– The Kingpin (athlete edition limited release)
– Rolls (rare limited release)

These are only some of our future release we plan to put out in 2012. Note names and styles are subject to change.

Shoyoroll GUMA Reserve Membership FAQ

When will I get my membership package? March 2012

How many can I buy? ONE.

Can I come pick it up? Sure!

Will there be more member-only gis than just what is listed? Yes!

When will I get my SYR discount code? After Jan 1.
Click here to check out our Shoyoroll Gi Reviews.

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My Opinion:

A lot of people are probably going to scoff at this deal when they first see it.  But if you do the math, it’s really not that bad.

 

Shoyoroll GUMA Reserve Membership price: 379

Minus cost of the gi: 165 (estimated cost based on batch 11 price)

Minus cost of two t-shirts: 50

Minus cost of sweatshirt: 50

Minus cost of gear bag and patches: 50

Total remaining: $64

 

Now, let’s say you are also going to buy two SYR gis and a rashguard during the next calendar year.  The 10% discount will save you 10% of $380 (estimated cost for two gis and a rashguard), giving you another $38 in savings.

Total cost of Shoyoroll GUMA Reserve Membership: $26

The great equalizer is that all of these gis are going to be super rare and valuable and to gi collectors, worth quite a bit.  If for some reason, you aren’t happy with the Shoyoroll GUMA Reserve Membership, you can always sell some of the rare stuff and make your money back.

Frankly, I think it sounds like a really cool concept and Shoyoroll is the first to try it, so I’ll definitely be grabbing a Shoyoroll GUMA Reserve Membership on December 24th.

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10 comments
Careca says December 23, 2011

Im in but im a GI whore lol.

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    Brendan says December 27, 2011

    ME TOO. I think this site is a dead giveaway from that. Hopefully, we can get some cool info for all of the people who didn’t get the membership for whatever reason.

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Georgette says December 24, 2011

I scoff. I doublescoff. 🙂 All that cash means a few privates, or airfare to Pans and Worlds…

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    Brendan says December 27, 2011

    You’re such a hater! But I agree. It really is a polarizing event in the bjj community.

    But I think it appeals more to those who are not competition-oriented (like me :)), otherwise, you are 100% correct that it would be better spent becoming better at BJJ.

    Thanks for reading the site Georgette!

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Choke says March 30, 2012

I am glad there are more mma/gi companies now. While the gi market is becoming saturated and more competitive, it is much better for the consumer. That is why I did not follow through with starting my own gi company at the moment.

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