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Double Weave Judo Gi Blue

Double Weave Judo Gi (Blue)

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  • Traditional Blue
  • Double weave construction
  • Tight grain kimono top with diamond weave skirt
  • Reinforced stitching throughout
  • Lower price point than many high end competitors

Suitable to withstand any form of grappling. The blue double weave material is designed to hold up against judo style randori, but can be used for jujitsu and aikido as well. The tight weave of the kimono top provides grab resistance with a comfortable diamond weave skirt.

The gi bottoms offer traditional drawstring support and knee stitching reinforcement. Gi similar in quality and construction often cost twice as much as this model.

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jason - Joined 2/19/2015

I own 4 fuji gis. The white & navy single weave & the white & blue 2x weave judo gis. I Have never & would never review a single gi until now-Fuji is the highest quality gi for the best price on the market PERIOD.

I would advise to order a size down in the judo gi & follow the single weave "victory" gi size exactly.
I'm 6' 200#. I have long arms & legs size 4 in Judo gi fits perfect. size A3 in single weave also fits me perfectly.

Thanks to MAS for fast & affordable service. I bascially will never shop any where else. I have tried other companies & the speed of service & price do not compare with MAS.

THANKS!

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Hey guys what's up? Pabs here, I am 5'11 and fluctuate between 205 and 220, I like my kimonos on the "fitted" side and would like to know what size would you recommend on this Fuji double weave and how much does it shrink?

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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Pabs. I think the best bet for you would be to go with a 6 and then shrink it down strategically to gain that fitted feel.

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judogirl291 - Joined 7/3/2015

Hi. I am a female, 5'5 and weigh about 235lbs. Most of my weight is carried in my thighs, about 50in circumference. Yet my waist is 35 and bust is 38. I use to wear a gi that was a 3, yet the arms are too short now and the pant legs definitely don't fit anymore. What would you suggest I do so I can get back into judo?

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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Judogirl. I would recommend getting a size 4 or 5 with the intention of hemming the pant legs and sleeves. You can even do some strategic shrinking in the wash if your larger size is a bit too large in the jacket and/or pants.

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Jimmy - Joined 2/13/2015

I'm 5'8 wear a 38 waist 30 inseam and a xl in a shirt what size would you recommend

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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Jimmy. I'm thinking that size 4 would be the best option for you.

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zahrani - Joined 9/24/2014

Hello Dear-
I am 5'11" and weight 250, I wear a size 50/52 jacket and a size 42 / 30" waist pant - I am a brown belt Judo. I have been in a break for 5 years busy with my doctorate study. I just returned back to practice. What size should I have, of course double weave.

Thank you so much....

9/24/2014 at 11:41 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Zahrani. I think the size 6 would be your best bet. If you order it and the size isn't quite right, you can exchange it at no charge. Just make sure you do not wash it first.

9/26/2014 at 10:52 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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zahrani - Joined 9/24/2014

Thank you so much!

9/30/2014 at 10:11 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Tipsy - Joined 9/10/2014

If I am 5'11 and around 241 Pounds would you recommend a size 6 or 6.5? I want to be comfortable but I do not want it to fit too big. Also If I get the item and need a different size can I exchange it?

9/10/2014 at 10:38 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Tipsy. I think you would be fine with the 6. You can definitely exchange the item for a different size if it doesn't work out, just make sure to do so before you wash the item.

9/12/2014 at 9:34 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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alexbee - Joined 7/22/2014

Hi, I am looking to buy this gi but I am having difficulty deciding on the size. I am a 5'7" 115 lb female. Would you recommend a size 2.5 (to make up for my lower weight) or 3/3.5 (to make up for my height and make sure the pants are not too short)? Thank you for addressing my concern!

7/22/2014 at 4:19 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Alexbee. I would probably recommend the size 3. I think it would be the happy medium for height and weight.

7/23/2014 at 2:30 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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alexbee - Joined 7/22/2014

Thank you!

7/27/2014 at 2:42 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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alexbee - Joined 7/22/2014

Also, I have another question. Is it possible for me to order items off your site and have them delivered in Canada?

7/27/2014 at 2:45 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Canada delivery should not be a problem. Add the items to your cart and go to checkout. Before paying you'll have a chance to enter some shipping addresses and get a predicted cost/arrival time.

7/28/2014 at 11:17 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Guy Zandler - Joined 8/25/2014

Hi, I'm joining a local Judo school and my budget is pretty limited. I'm 5'6 170 lbs (athletic) am I a size 5?

8/25/2014 at 8:51 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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judocrgirl - Joined 6/20/2014

I weight about 123 and 5'2" tall, I'm very fitness shape. Would it be better to get size 2 or 2.5 for judo? I afraid 2.5 will be too big for me. Thanks for your help.

6/20/2014 at 1:30 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Judocrgirl. I think you'd be happiest with the size 2. If it is form fitting when it arrives remember to use cold wash and hang dry so as not to shrink it out of comfort range.

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Michael Boutin - Joined 6/11/2014

I'm 5'11" and 190lbs. I just got my 4.5 in and it seems extremely large. Sleeves come to my fingers and the back folds over when i put a belt on. Is this going to shrink down enough to fit or should I exchange for a smaller size?

6/11/2014 at 4:25 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Feel free to exchange for a 4 Michael. It's a no-hassle process: http://www.martialartssupplies.com/csupport-exchange.html.

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Josiah - Joined 4/5/2014

Hi, I'm 5'6" and about 135 lbs. From the size chart it says a 4 but then I was reading some of the questions and for someone 5'8" and 133 you recommended a 3. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks.

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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Josiah - I would say 3 for you as well.

4/8/2014 at 3:22 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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bigcson - Joined 3/17/2014

Hey. I'm around 155lbs right now (working towards 160lbs) and am just short of 5'9. I'm deciding between the 3.5 and the 4. Any suggestions? Thanks!

3/17/2014 at 9:09 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

I would recommend going with 3.5.

3/18/2014 at 11:58 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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dario540 - Joined 2/21/2014

Hi,

I'm 5.8" and 185lbs. Do I have to go for a size 5?

H.

2/21/2014 at 11:51 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

I don't think so Dario. I bet that the 4 would suit you just fine.

2/21/2014 at 12:22 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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lui - Joined 1/30/2014

Whats the difference between the standard size, and the .5 sizes?

1/30/2014 at 11:12 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

The .5's were developed for individuals who were in between sizes and weren't comfortable in either of the regular sizes. Consult the sizing chart to find out which size is best for you.

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lui - Joined 1/30/2014

Thankyou, so they're just a tad bit bigger.

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mwiseman - Joined 12/20/2013

Hi there. I see a lot of other people asking for sizing advice. This will be my first good gi, so I want to get it right. Here goes.

I'm 6'3", 210 lbs. Should I go with the 5.5? I'm slim so it seems like I would just be swimming in the 6. I always wash my gi with cold water and air dry, so I don't know how much shrinkage to expect.

12/20/2013 at 1:21 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi mwiseman. 5.5 would be nice in terms of weight but might be a few inches short on the sleeves and pant legs. 6 would offer that extra length but provide some bagginess right along with it.

As for shrinkage - if you cold wash and hang dry you can expect little shrinking, less than half a size.

12/27/2013 at 10:59 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Jesse - Joined 12/12/2013

I'm 6'1 and 235-245, What size do you suggest?

12/12/2013 at 7:46 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Jesse. I think going with the 6 would be a good choice for you.

12/13/2013 at 12:42 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Jesse - Joined 12/12/2013

Yeah, i got 6.5, and it fits about an extra person in the gi. =P The arm length is right, but the pants are about a foot to long! I havn't washed it though. Instead I'm going to try and replace it with the 6. We shall see. It shipped fast though.

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Philly Lee - Joined 9/18/2013

Hi, I'm 5'10 and 175lbs should i get a 4 or a 5 size gi?
thank you

9/18/2013 at 10:27 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

I'd recommend going with the 4.

9/24/2013 at 12:21 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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parse - Joined 7/30/2013

I am about 5' 8" and 150 pounds, i believe this is about a size 3 but I am a university student and cant really hang dry anything. If i consistently dry the gi completely with a dryer what size would you recommend?

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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Parse. It might be smart to bump up to a 3.5 considering the expected shrinkage.

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Roger - Joined 4/10/2013

I weight about 150 and 5'8" tall. Would it be better to get size 3 or 3.5 for judo?

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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

I would probably recommend the size 3. However if it doesn't work out to your liking just let us know and we can arrange an exchange.

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Donald Bennett - Joined 4/7/2013

I'm looking for a good competition Gi. I just started judo after 20 years and I am using my old size 6. The pants fit great and have stretched out over the years. I'm about 6' tall and 320 lbs. should I go with the 7 or 8? I have an inseam of 31 inches

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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

I'd probably say go with the size 7 due to the height. If the weight doesn't accommodate, let us know and we can arrange a size exchange (just don't wash the gi first).

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anonymous - Joined 3/12/2013

I'm 6'2-6'3, about 205-210 pounds, lankier build... Size 6 or 5 on this?

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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

A 5 would be a good, snug fit but you'd have to be very careful about shrinking it in the wash. With a 6 you might be able to shrink it down a bit on purpose and then have a good fit.

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Zepic - Joined 1/26/2013

im wondering if this comes with a belt too and im 5' 8" at 133lbs would a size 3 work?

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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Zepic. This uniform does not come with a belt. As for size, I think you could fit nicely in a size 3 as long you utilize cold wash and hang dry.

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Erik Ziller - Joined 11/11/2012

This gi is a great buy - especially for us megaclyde / hoss Judoka / BJJ practioners. I have used this gi (blue size 9) for the past week and a half and it feels great. I am comparing this gi to my Padilla & Sons gi size a6, as well as an Isami HJ-133 size A6 I was given.... size wise this is comarable to the Isami - very close. The P&S is smaller, probably more directly comparable to a size 8 Fuji. I really like how tight the gi is on my shoulders, I have a 56-58 size chest and a 46-48" waist - the top is perfect for me after three washes. The pants are a little tight now - my P&S and Isami are better fitting.... and I wouldnt compare the quality of the pants to the other two - no comparo - so I would guess the pants are where some cost cutting occurred to get this to such a reasonable price .... which I have to say is a good price. If I was smaller, I would stick with P&S, but for a big guy, this or the Isami are the way to go (and you can buy two Fuli's for the price of one Isami!). MAS performed great on both of my orders - excellent shipping time, decent order tracking, painless process. WTG!

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Eric Kim - Joined 12/8/2012

Does this Gi come with the pants as well?

12/8/2012 at 7:41 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Yes, you'll get the top and bottom.

12/10/2012 at 2:12 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Erik Ziller - Joined 11/11/2012

I am 6'3" and weight 350, I wear a size 56 jacket and a size 46 / 48" waist pant - I am a white belt practicing BJJ and Judo. Should I get the size 8 or the size 9 Fuji double weave? Is there another gi/kimono that you recommend? I would also like a high quality white belt - thank you in advance for your help.

11/11/2012 at 11:23 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Erik. Just to make sure you don't run into wash-shrinking problems I would recommend the size 9. Fuji uniforms come with an excellent reputation for quality affordability, so I think this is a good choice. As for the white belt, I would point you in this direction: http://www.martialartssupplies.com/fuji-bjj-belts.html.

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Nick Sweeney - Joined 2/27/2013

I'm in the same boat. I'm 6'7" and around 350lbs and when the budget allows, I will be buying a the size 9 double weave.

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Maverick - Joined 10/10/2012

I am new to Judo and I am 5'11 346 pounds what size should I get?

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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

I think you would want to go with the size 8. Be aware that you'll probably have to hem the pant legs and sleeves a little.

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zahrani - Joined 9/24/2014

Hello Dear-
I am 5'11" and weight 250, I wear a size 50/52 jacket and a size 42 / 30" waist pant - I am a brown belt Judo. I have been in a break for 5 years busy with my doctorate study. I just returned back to practice. What size should I have, of course double weave.

Thank you so much....

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Tristan Claes - Joined 9/16/2012

Hey, so i dont know much about gi's and the shrinkage and all that so I'm 5'10'' and 150 pounds. what size is recommended?

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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Despite what the height says on the sizing chart I think you'd be most comfortable in an A3.

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Ivan - Joined 3/12/2012

I've been using this gi for 2 weeks now, its quality is amazing, it can totally withstand hard randori training. It's so comfortable after the second use (first use is always stiff), now it's simply great. If you follow the washing instructions then you don't have to worry about shrinking. I will definitely get me a white one so I can have both official colors.

Now, regarding the size chart, I'm 5'6" and first bought a white size 4, that was huge and had to return it (which by the way was an extremely easy process, fast too) so I got me a size 3 which fits perfect. Just change the size chart and everything will be great.

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