Bad Boy Pro Series Lightweight Jiu Jitsu Gi

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Back by overwhelming demand - the all-new Bad Boy Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) Gi is a tribute to the original Bad Boy Kimono which was first distributed in Brazil in the mid-nineties.

The quality and strength of construction of the Bad Boy BJJ Gi is unsurpassed. The chest area features a three-ply overlap and a lapel that is filled with the same high-quality material of which the Gi itself is made. This provides a lapel that can get wet as many times as you can and never lose its strength. Every opening on the Gi is reinforced and each stitch is clean and properly finished.

No attention to detail has been spared as patches are woven (as opposed to embroidered or screen printed) in order to ensure strength and quality while preserving color and detail.

Available Colors:
White, Black and Blue (Blue is coming soon).

Each Bad Boy BJJ Gi is pre-shrunk and comes in the following sizes: A1, A2, A2G, A3, and A4.

Size Chart
HeightWeight (lbs)Size
5'3"-5'8"120-140A-1
5'6"-6'0"140-170A-2
5'10"-6'1"165-180A-2G
5'10"-6'3"171-199A-3
6'0"-6'5"200-250A-4
Average Rating: (based on 1 review)
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Bad Boy Pro Series Lightweight Jiu Jitsu Gi
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by Alix
Bad Boy Gi Let me just start by saying i am a huge fan of Bad Boy gear and use a ton of their stuff which is why in turn i bought this gi. all in all the gi top itself is close to perfect the material is very soft and, as Bad Boy claimed, very light. the pants are also very light but seem strong and feature a drawstring similar to a shoestring that ties very well and stays tied. also the fit is close to perfect although i would not recommend it if you are a stockier build. in addition the patch scheme is very coherent and well thought out. however, i personally flat out hate the type of patches that were used. they are woven in such a way that you can pull up threads by simply running your nail over them and there are constantly loose threads on them. while this hasnt really proven to be an issue in appearance yet its very annoying. also, although its less of a problem, the weave on both the pants and the top picks up EVERYTHING especially lint. despite these two minor annoyances i would still fully recommend this gi
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