Tatami's releasing the 4.0 version of their Estilo series soon. Here's a quick peek at the prototype gi. Do note that the final production version will NOT have a rubber waistband.
The bag actually looks much better in person and is very functional too! I was pleasantly surprised with this, and it fits a gi plus stand-up sparring gear comfortably. Simple and well hidden conversion system.
More photos after the jump.
The Honey Badger is here at last to tear the place up! Don't leave it alone in the closet with your other gis, or you might find only one survivor the next time you check in!
More photos after the jump, and full review to come.
Just received two gis from Fighters Market who have recently joined the BJJ gi fray with their own take - the Kingz line of gi. While they have 3 versions in the line, the Light, the Rip Stop and the Comp, I opted to take a look at the Light and Rip Stop, as the Comp seemed like a heavier version of the Light jacket matched with the Rip Stop pants (which incidentally, is cotton twill, not ripstop).
Preview photos after the jump, while the full review will follow in a couple of weeks.
It ain't Christmas yet, but it sure seems like Santa came early, only he's sporting black and gold this winter. The Hayabusa Pro Jiu Jitsu gi now comes in three different colours! I previously reviewed the white one, but now Hayabusa's just released two more in black and blue which you can check out at Budovideos. I have with me the black one which will see the full review in a few weeks. But in the meantime, enjoy the photos after the jump!
Check out the Compadre, yo! More photos after the jump!