With Gis like this, 93 Brand makes our job really easy.Reliability, looks, and craftsmanship all at the ridiculously low price of $69. Get yourself a dependable BJJ kimono with very little bling and, until 11pm Eastern, very little markup.The jacket's built from 93 Brand's 425 GSM High Tech Pearl with ample reinforcements and minimal patchwork. The Hooks' trousers are also quite simple, featuring only one patch (sewn at the left hip) and contrast stitching in a select few areas (cuff openings, vents/loops). Soft 8 oz. twill cotton.
While yes, the graphics are minimal, 93 Brand by no means skimped on the Gi's construction. Noteworthy specs include full-length knee reinforcements (knee coverage regardless of how scramble-y your scrambles are or how tree-trunk-y your legs are), thick cord drawstring, and four drawstring loops. Interior seams, typically the most susceptible to fraying, are all protected by soft cotton taping. It's also worth mentioning that 93 Brand has redeveloped their standard collar, increasing the width and thickness of the EVA foam core, so it's even tougher for your opponents to get a solid grip.
White belt included, free.
I have this gi and really like it. Its a steal for $69
Have the gi in black and just ordered it in white. It's a great gi especially at this price. Figures I just spent double on a white Koral last week.
Anyone that has one, is it heavy or lightweight? I know it says 425 GSM but I only have my two Fuji single weave gi's so not much to compare it to. It's been a damn sauna in our gym and I was hoping for a lighter weight gi than my Fuji's are. Any help would be appreciated.
It's pearl weave so it is lighter than the single weave Fuji uses, however it is just as strong. The material is not as thick, so it has a little elasticity, but it breathes better, which is nice especially for a white gi. It air-dries quickly. I would not put it in the dryer because it probably would shrink. Best of luck.
Thanks for the response! It's gotta be better than the Fuji gi's I have. I went ahead and ordered it. Cheers
Honestly I love Fuji's they are tough as hell, I have 2 of them, but it's always good to have options
I love the Fuji's too, it's just been so hot lately that it feels like a down comforter when I roll. They're awesome in the winter here in Denver.
Solid GD gi right there folks! Snatch it!
6'1 240 any suggestions? Longer torso then legs
For a fitted cut, A2H and cold wash, hang dry.
For a more traditional cut, A4 and shrink as needed.
How about 5'11" 225? I'm new to BJJ and still trying to figure out my size. Thanks!
Thanks for the suggestion. Went A4 and will shrink for fit. Thanks again.
Hi, 5' 10" and 175 lbs. Would you suggest A2 or A2L? For reference Fuju size A3 pants are often too short, otherwise good fit. Thanks.
For anyone's reference:
I'm 5'9 1/2 ...180lbs.... Short arms muscular build, 32 waist.
A1 L fit perfect. Cold wash hang dry.
Just ordered two, I wish I could have chosen a purple belt instead of the white.
If im about 5'5 and typically mid 130's is A0 good or A1F?
6', 215 lb.... Ordered a3... Should I have gone a2h?
I bought the Un bleached one in a2h and a3. I'm 6' (if I stand really strait)230#. I ended up keeping the a2h because the a3 seemed a tad long before shrinking. After I shrunk the a2h the top is still pretty girthy and the length is good(if anything little on the short side). The waist is Huge in the a2h.
Tldr A3 is your best choice.
I'm 5'4", around 190-196lbs. What size would fit right for me?
AOH bro. ;)
Damn. A1L already sold out? In about 30 mins? Damn.
They probably launched this sale already sold out. This is just clearance stuff and sometimes it starts off as sold out. You'll see a lot of this during their rolling deals event
Nope. Got my A1L as soon as it went on sale!
Female, 5'10" and most height in my legs. Most gis end up baggy or short in the legs. A2L?
A1L would probably fit just fine, you could toss either the gi or the pants or both in the dryer if it's a little too long
Got one! As s side bar just wondering how it feels in terms of weight? Would you consider this a light weight Gi or heavy?
Somewhere in between light/heavy. Check the reply to the poster above..
Female, 5'5 145-150lbs. A1s are normally a bit baggy on me, but I'm worried the A1F won't accommodate muscular legs and broad shoulders since I'm a bit over the weight recommendations. Stick to an A1 and shrink or try the A1F?