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Like most other gis from Tatami Fightwear, the Zero G V2 is very well made and has some gorgeous embroidery and patches. It comes with a really nice gi bag that is unique to the Zero G V2. It’s a very lightweight gi and would be perfect for summer training or for competition.Get your very own Tatami Zero G V3 gi at Amazon
The 475gsm pearl weave jacket on the Zero G V2 gi is very sharp. The embroidery and patches hold up very well over time and do not fade easily. The cut is more tailored for competition and may fit a bit differently from other Tatami gis. Also, the collar is definitely thinner than other gis that you may own, but that is typical of lightweight gis.More pearl weave gis from Hypnotik and more
The 8oz pants on the Zero G V2 hold up very well over time, but are probably more prone to ripping than the heavier 14oz canvas pants found on the Tatami Estilo 3.0.
This is a great gi for competition, especially since it meets IBJJF regulations and is light weight enough to wear the day of competition without having to cut additional weight. I would highly recommend it as one of the top lightweight gis on the market today.Don’t forget to compare prices on your favorite lightweight gis at Amazon
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