Premium Bjj Gi
- Fabric Used In Jiu Jitsu Gi :
- Fabric: pearl weave (Cotton) 100% Premium Bio-Washed Soft and Smooth Skin-Friendly Cotton Material
- For Pants: Sturdy Cotton Canvas Fabric
- Main Fabric Composition: 100%
Premium Bjj Gi For Men
- Premium Bjj Gi For Men – A great way to spice up a look by wearing it, thanks to its distinct print
- Category: Martial Arts
- Material: Cotton
- Colour: Available On Demand
- Fabric GSM: 450-750 (as per fabric)
- Size: All Sizes Available
- Pattern: Plain
- Applicable Season: Applicable For All Seasons
- Process: Embroidery
- Collar Type: No Collar
- Neckline Shape: Round-Neck
- Cuff Style: Conventional
- Clothing Length: Conventional
- Sleeve Length: Conventional Sleeve
- Pants Length: Trousers
- Trouser Length: Regular
- Fit Type: Regular Fit
- Is There A Belt: Yes
- Error: 1 to 2 cm
- Care Instructions: Machine wash up to 30°C/86°F gentle cycle
- Please look at the size guide before completing your order, as sizes vary from brand to brand.
- Jujutsu (Japanese: 柔術 jūjutsu), also known as jiu-jitsu and ju-jitsu, is a family of Japanese martial arts and a system of close combat (unarmed or with a minor weapon) that can be used in a defensive or offensive manner to kill or subdue one or more weaponless or armed and armored opponents. This form of martial arts uses few or no weapons at all and includes throws, holds, and paralyzing attacks against the enemy.
Jujutsu developed from the warrior class around the 17th century in Japan. It was designed to supplement the swordsmanship of a warrior during combat. A subset of techniques from certain styles of jujutsu were used to develop many modern martial arts and combat sports, such as judo, aikido, sambo, ARB, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and mixed martial arts. There are many variations of the art, which leads to a diversity of approaches. Jujutsu schools (ryū) may utilize all forms of grappling techniques to some degree (e.g., throwing, takedowns, leg sweeps, trapping, pins, joint locks, holds, chokeholds, strangulation, gouging, biting, hair pulling, disengagements, striking, and kicking).
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