Tatami Anvil Rashguard
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Tatami Anvil Rashguard

    If you hadn't seen 'em yet, we're sure you'll love Tatami's new line of comic hero-inspired nogi gear, featuring original illustrations by the talented Evan Mannweiler. Each part of the series is colorful and vibrant in its own right, featuring a unique and original BJJ-inspired character.

    Today, we've got the purple and green Anvil design, arguably the best of all! Like all of the Comics line, this piece is complete with fully sublimated graphics and a flexible 80/20 poly/spandex blend. All artwork is rich in color and sharp in detail, sure to resist peeling, fading, and cracking.

    Cut with an athletic compression fit.

    Size Guide
    S: 120-145 lbs
    M: 145-175 lbs
    L: 165-195 lbs
    XL: 185-220 lbs
    2XL: 215-255 lbs

    Tatami Anvil Rashguard $40

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    Steven Douglas  -  Joined 8/11/2015

    Please put their gorilla or chimpanze one on here. They would sell so fast

    10/6/2015 at 11:07 PM
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    Steven Douglas  -  Joined 8/11/2015

    Just got the 93 degree spats. XL large and are extremely tight. I have chicken legs too! 5'11 205lbs

    10/7/2015 at 12:05 AM
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    josh  -  Joined 10/6/2015

    So, I have moobs. The large, flabby kind (but I'm not overweight; screw genetics). All of the rashguards I've tried in the past fit horribly - uncomfortably tight in the chest, super loose everywhere else. Is this just something I'm going to have to deal with, or is there a specific cut I could try? Perhaps the Wal-Mart compression shirts are just crap?

    10/6/2015 at 11:26 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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    SandmanSeth  -  Joined 8/30/2015

    I bet there will be a brand that suits you. Out of the few brands I own I'd say stay away from 93 brand but clinch gear might be ok.

    10/6/2015 at 11:48 PM
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    Aaron Gustaveson  -  Joined 9/6/2015

    Mine start tight under the arms/pecs (I dont moobs though, lol) but if you wear them a couple times and wash and dry them on hot, the elasticity breaks down some and they loosen up.

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