Traditional cut judo gi with regulation lapel and sleeve length.
Experience unbeatable performance with this high quality judo uniform. This is a loose-cut, traditional style judogi designed to provide maximum strength and freedom of movement without weighing you down.
The one-piece jacket features our signature v-shaped reinforcement across the chest, shoulders and back. All seams and hems are taped for extra durability. Side vents are reinforced to prevent tearing and the lapel is constructed to provide optimal thickness and stiffness without compromising comfort.
The pant has a drawstring waist, full gusset, taped hems and reinforced side vents.
Made from Fortitude®, this high performance judo gi is breathable, comfortable and durable and it won't shrink, stink, fade, or tear. We guarantee it!
- Product care
- Style guide
|A. Arm span||B. Length||C. Wrist aperture|
|Size 3||149 cm | 59 in||79 cm | 31 in||19 cm | 7 in|
|Size 4||157 cm | 62 in||83 cm | 33 in||20 cm | 8 in|
|Size 5||164 cm | 65 in||86 cm | 34 in||21 cm | 8 in|
|Size 6||169 cm | 67 in||89 cm | 35 in||22 cm | 9 in|
|A. Waist||B. Length||C. Ankle aperture|
|Size 3||104 cm | 41 in||90 cm | 35 in||25 cm | 9 in|
|Size 4||110 cm | 43 in||96 cm | 38 in||26 cm | 10 in|
|Size 5||116 cm | 46 in||103 cm | 41 in||27 cm | 11 in|
|Size 6||120 cm | 47 in||106 cm | 42 in||29 cm | 12 in|
Gimono gi and fightshorts are easy care and will wash and wear without any noticeable shrinkage or fading.
Avoid any laundry detergents that contain bleaching, oxidising, or whitening agents as these will damage the fabric.
WHAT'S ON THE CARE LABEL?
Machine wash, cold. Water temperature should not exceed 30℃ or 64-85℉.
Do not bleach. Avoid detergents containing bleaching, oxidising, or whitening agents.
Tumble dry on normal cycle, low heat.
Iron, steam, or dry on low heat. Heat setting should not exceed 110℃ or 230℉.
Do not dry-clean. Not suitable for commercial dry-cleaning.
Line dry in shade, away from direct sunlight.
We currently make four styles of gi: grappling, jiu jitsu, judo, and karate.
Our grappling gi is identical in cut to the judo gi, but it has a shorter ¾ length sleeve. If you like a shorter sleeve, this is the gi for you.
Our jiu jitsu gi is styled on a traditional BJJ gi. It is narrower through the torso than our judo gi, has a shorter skirt, and a slightly tapered full length sleeve. It's also single layer, and has a center seam down the back which is designed in such a way that it can't be felt or grabbed when doing ground work. This style is being worn mainly by those training in BJJ and other styles of jiu jitsu. It has also been purchased by taller judoka looking for a more slim-line jacket cut.
Our judo gi is loose-fit through the torso, has a regulation length sleeve and crossover, and our signature v-shaped reinforcement across the back, shoulders and chest. This style seems to be preferred by stockier judoka, and those training in Japanese jiu jitsu and aikido.
Our karate gi is based on a traditional style karate gi. It's shorter in the skirt than our judo gi, but is single layer, and comes with waist ties. This style is preferred by those training in karate, American kempo, and (Bujinkan) ninjutsu.
If you need assistance in making your selections, contact us and we'll be only too happy to help.
About the fit and feel
Gimono gi are designed to fit all body types. We let customers mix and match styles and sizes to get the perfect fit.
If you're used to a traditional cotton gi, a Gimono gi will feel quite different to begin with. This is because Fortitude®, the fabric we make our uniforms from, wears differently to cotton, rip stop, or any of the other materials used by alternative brands.
For most of our customers, there's no going back once they convert to Gimono. Your Gimono gi will feel lighter, it won't be as bulky or stiff, and it will drape more comfortably around your chest and shoulders, providing greater freedom of movement.