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Ever look at a company’s products and wonder how they stack up against each other? Ever wonder if a gi company’s product line has variances in quality? I know I have.
I recently received not one but three gis from War Tribe Gear for the purpose of review. The products I received are: the Black Widow gi, the Precision Gi and the Flow Gi. All three gis are made of War Tribe’s honeycomb weave, which is probably the softest I’ve ever seen. I am apprehensive of the durability of the gis but other reviews I’ve read make it clear that these gis age well.Find your favorite War Tribe gis at MMA Warehouse
The Black Widow gi is a black gi with red contrast stitching and spider web themed lyrca in the yoke panel and the skirt slits. The Flow Gi is a dark navy blue gi with yellow contrast stitching and a Lycra yoke panel and skirt slits with what looks like a splatter design. The Precision gi is the highest model in the War Tribe lineup, with Kevlar reinforcements and stitching. The gi is white and has the same lyrca yoke panel and skirt slits with a turquoise design.
Each of these gis is absolutely beautiful, and unbelievably, doubt inspiringly soft. I’ve already washed the three of them, and have found that the black and white gi fit best after the first wash, with the navy gi being a touch baggy. We’ll see if it (and/or the others) shrinks over time. In about four months, I will provide a detailed review of each of these gis. Stay tuned!
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON OCTOBER 5, 2015
Emil Fischer is a purple 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 is sponsored by Trap And Roll Soap, Impact Mouth Guards, Valor Fightwear USA, Cannabody, Cleveland Cryo, Code Chiro, Eddys on Coventry and Meerkatsu You can check out more of his work and his competition footage at www.facebook.com/emilfischerbjj.