BAD BOY Jiu Jitsu Gi LEGACY MASTER White [bak-010]

BAD BOY Jiu Jitsu Gi LEGACY MASTER White [bak-010]

Our Selling Price: 20,520JPY(tax incl.)

Weight: 2000g

Manufacturer: BAD BOY

Type: Jiu-jitsu (top and bottom set · belt sold separately)

Model: Legacy Master

Color: White

Material: 100% cotton

Jacket: 550 gsm Gold Weave fabric

Pants: 10 oz Rip-stop Pants

Certified by Bad Boy BJJ Anvil patches to underline the timeless durability of the gi, no matter how tough your fights will be.

Gi Jacket:
100% Ultra-soft cotton for superior comfort
Long lasting 550gsm Gold Weave fabric
Pre-shrunk for optimal fit
Eva foam collar
Full inner mesh lining for upper breathability and moisture management
Triple stitching in strategic stress points
Reinforced splits and extra thick lapels for durability
Bad Boy BJJ patches embroidered on arms, chest, lapel, neck and back

Gi Pants:
Ultra-resistant 10oz lightweight Rip Stop fabric
Reinforced stitching on key stress points
Neoprene drawstrings for a secure and perfect fit
Bad Boy BJJ patch embroidered on hip
BJJ bag included for practical transport


A0 size Top Length 68 cm Width 52 cm Cuffs to cuffs 150 cm Sleeve width 15 cm
Pants length 91 cm Width of a garment 47.5 cm Inseam 63 cm Thigh width 30 cm
Weight about 1.75 kg

A1 size Top Length 69.5 cm Width 53 cm Cuffs to cuffs 157 cm Sleeve width 15 cm
Pants 96 cm Width of a garment 49.5 cm Inseam 68 cm Thigh width 31 cm
Weight about 1.8 kg

A2 size Top Length 73 cm Width 56 cm Cuffs to cuffs 163 cm Sleeve width 15.5 cm
Pants length 99 cm Width of a garment 52 cm Inseam 71 cm Thigh width 32 cm
Weighs about 1.95 kg

A3 size Top Length 77 cm Width 60 cm Cuffs to cuffs 172 cm Sleeve width 16 cm
Pants length 105.5 cm Width 55 cm Inseam 77 cm Thigh width 33 cm
Weight Approximately 2.1 kg

(Estimated size from the manufacturer)

A0 Size Height 152cm - 165cm Weight 49kg - 63.5kg
A1 size height 165cm - 177cm weight 63.5kg - 75kg
A2 size Height 177cm - 181cm Weight 75kg - 86kg
A3 size height 181 cm - 185 cm weight 86 kg - 97.5 kg

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