ju-jitsu gi TONBO - PEARL, white, 580g/m2 - DEFECT

Manufacturer: TONBO
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end of the series in sell-out due to blemish and dirt; neither blemish nor dirt can affect a gi functionality only look.

Ju-jitsu / BJJ gi in opposite to judo gi has narrower arm sleeves, shorter jacket and shorter and narrower legs to make it more difficult for the opponent to use your suit elements in a fight.

Ju-jitsu and BJJ are both martial arts with a lot ground fighting. Jacket is designed and sewn to give you the highest level of comfort, while practicing that kind of fight. Its body is sewn from one piece of cloth, so there are no stitches on the back nor on the sides of the body. There is only one stitch running from armpit, under one's arm to the front of the body, leaving the rest of the jacket's body as a plain, smooth cloth. You will quickly appreciate this attribute while ground fighting on your back.

The whole suit is made of 2 different fabrics:

  • jacket is made of cotton with pearl weave and density of 580g/m2 
  • pants and jacket's finishing are made of plain cotton of density 12oz (340g/m2)

The upper part of the suit is finished similarly to a classic judo gi: covered french seam several times quilted collar additional clothing layer near shoulders, chest and underarms. Ju-jitsu / BJJ pants, in opposite to a judo type, have got additional clothing later on the inner side of legs going from around half of the thighs to the bottom.

Another important characteristic to mention is that stitches of different parts of the suit are performed with triple-quilted (in opposite to double-quilted in classic judo gi) covered french seam, to provide even more strength and durability.

The suit does not include a belt.

please read:

how to launder keiko gi made of cotton?




rozmiar wzrost [cm] a [cm] b [cm] c [cm] d [cm] e [cm] f [cm] g [cm]
a1 - 160 155-165 148 69 57 19 55 84 23
a2 - 170 165-175 156 73 59 20 57 92 23
a4 - 190 185-195 172 83 65 21 60 102 25
*sizes are given with approximaty of +/- 1-2cm because of technological shrinkage; the sizes will become about 5-8% smaller after the first laundry