This is a quality gi at a great price. Known as the All Around or Victory gi, this gi uses very durable single weave construction that provides comfort and mobility during training and will hold up for the long term.
The few small patches that you see come sewn on, same the picture. In addition there are two larger patches that are included but not sewed on. If you want patches on your gi, use them and put them wherever you'd like or just leave them off.
A0 4'10" - 5'1" | 95-110lbsA1 5'2" - 5'5" | 110-140lbsA2 5'5" to 5'9" | 140-170lbsA3 5'9" to 6'1" | 170-200lbsA4 6'0" to 6'4" | 200-250lbsA5 6'0" to 6'4" | 225-275lbsA6 6'2" to 6'6" | 250-300lbs
Any Moya Brand Gi's in the future?
Best bang for the buck gi ever. I'd pay $140 for it, it's that good.
As good as the Fuji combatives gi they had last month for $54? That one is ugggggggggly but man the quality is fantastic, for that price I'd rock a bright pink/purple gi.
5'10" 170. A2 or A3?
5'10" 170. A2 or A3? Thanks
I'm 5'5 is 140lbs is a0 alright for me? I'm a0 in a bull terrier
Um 6'1'' and about 250 with a small waist and broad shoulders. Would a A4 be good?
How's the shrinkage on this one? I'm 5'5, 173 lbs, so I assume A2 would be ok?
You should be fine, just hang dry.
I have an A3 and weight 205, it fits perfect, has minimal shrinkage, always wash cold and hang dry and for over 6 months it has shrik but nothing to consider