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All Purpose Judo Gi

All Purpose Judo Gi

$0$38.99 - $68.99 each
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  • Single weave construction
  • Soft bleach white
  • Judo construction and sizing
  • Suitable for most grapple arts
  • Includes jacket, pants, and white belt (no color substitutions)

Reliable gi that is suitable for anyone in a grappling art, including judo, jujitsu, and aikido.

100% soft bleach cotton is used throughout the gi and utilizes tightly woven patterns to resist tug and pull damage. Reinforced stitching provides ample support at the various gi stress points so as to add longevity to the uniform. The single weave makes this a well balanced and comfortable addition to your collection.

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Romer - Joined 8/20/2015

I stand a little under 5' 7 and scale in around 180lbs. My waist size for trousers is around 33-34". My inseam is about 28.75". Beginner judoka here looking to shed some weight. Can you suggest a size please?

9/29/2015 at 9:46 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Romer. I would recommend the size 3. It should be the proper length while still accommodating weight. If you do shed some weight as you intend, it should still work without you feeling like it is too baggy.

9/30/2015 at 3:00 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Albert Perez - Joined 8/31/2016

Hello my name is Albert, I am about 5'10-5'11 and around 190 195lbs but hoping to get down to 180lbs. And I am wandering what size gi would fit best?

I now have an HSU double weave, it is a size 5, according to their chart its for 5'10-6'1 I believe, but that thing is really big on me,
So I'm struggling to find a good gi and would appreciate your help.

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Doc - Joined 10/5/2016

I am 5'10" and weigh a pretty hard/lean 205lbs. 34" waist and 32" inseam for trousers. What size Gi would you recommend, please?

10/5/2016 at 11:24 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Sadie - Joined 7/14/2015

Hello! I'm 5'9, 168lbs, and female. I have 36-38 in inseam in jeans and long arms. What size would I need?

7/14/2015 at 9:53 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Sadie. I think the size 3 would be the best way to go. You can shrink it strategically in the wash if it is a little big, or avoid shrinking if it fits just right.

7/15/2015 at 11:52 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Sadie - Joined 7/14/2015

Thank you!

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Moises Fermin - Joined 7/6/2015

Hi, I am 5'11 and 200 Lbs What Judo gi size should I get?

7/6/2015 at 4:01 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Moises. A size 4 would be snug and conforming, while a size 5 would be comfortable and a little loose.

7/8/2015 at 3:55 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Moises Fermin - Joined 7/6/2015

Thank you. I got a size 5 and it fit exactly as you described. I'm very satisfied with this gi.

7/9/2015 at 4:37 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Great, I'm glad it worked out!

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Charles Xander Payne - Joined 5/17/2015

I'm 6 foot and 310lbs. What would be my best bet for sizing? - LJ

5/17/2015 at 7:06 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Charles. The size 8 would be the most comfortable weight-wise, although you'll have to get the pant legs and sleeves hemmed.

5/18/2015 at 10:21 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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cara - Joined 3/3/2015

I am female, 5'7" tall, 105 lb. (unsuccessfully trying to gain weight), with a 24" waist and legs as long as people a couple inches taller than me (long arms also). What size do you recommend? I'm expecting size 3 and it'd be short in the legs. It sounds like it might be both short in the legs and big overall, though . . .

3/3/2015 at 5:55 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Cara. I think your assessment is accurate. I would recommend a size 3, understanding that you'll have some shortness in the legs.

3/6/2015 at 11:43 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Farad - Joined 2/15/2015

hello I am 6'1 and weigh around 180 pounds what size gi should I get

2/15/2015 at 4:11 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hey Farad. I think the size 5 would be your best bet.

2/16/2015 at 12:39 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Jessica LeeAnn White - Joined 2/8/2015

Hi, I am 5'4 and weigh about 145. What size Gi do you think would be appropriate? It might get thrown into the wash sometimes if I don't have time to hang dry it. Do they shrink a considerable amount?

2/8/2015 at 12:35 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Jessica LeeAnn White - Joined 2/8/2015

I meant it might get thrown into the dryer.

2/8/2015 at 12:39 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Jessica. Even with wash shrinking I think the size 3 would be a safe bet. In fact, shrinking it down intentionally might help the gi get to that sizing sweet spot.

2/10/2015 at 11:08 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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KWV - Joined 1/14/2015

I am 5-8 and weigh 265 pounds. What Size Gi Should I Order.

1/14/2015 at 10:59 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi KWV. I think the size 7 would be comfortable, with the understanding that you would have to hem the sleeves and pant legs. You might be able to do 6 but I'm a little worried it would be tight around the midsection if it shrunk in the wash.

1/16/2015 at 11:22 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Akiko - Joined 10/2/2014

I got this dogi for my 11-year-old son's aikido practice. (Please note: "gi" by itself is not a Japanese word. It's "dogi.") My son is a little under 5", medium built, and I ordered a size 2, slightly bigger one to grow into. I really like the thick, heavy 100% cotton material, and the patches on the knees. The dogi is made in Pakistan. It is true that the pants are baggy, but there is a drawstring to adjust to your waist size. They don't look great, but OK. As I said, I really like the quality, and I would buy these again in the future for my rapidly growing son.

10/2/2014 at 11:27 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Daniel V. Pina - Joined 9/24/2014

What Size would I have to buy if I am 5'9" height and about 210 lbs

9/24/2014 at 12:29 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

I think the size 4 would be your best bet.

9/24/2014 at 11:52 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Jesus Armenta - Joined 11/1/2014

Same question here , how many ounces is the cotton fabric? I lived in a city with very very hot weather

11/1/2014 at 11:42 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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vryce54 - Joined 11/2/2013

do you have size 8 ju jitsu jackets, and can i order pants seperatly

9/5/2014 at 2:16 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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vryce54 - Joined 11/2/2013

i olny need just the jacket in 8

9/5/2014 at 2:17 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi vryce. We don't have this particular brand in separate-able jackets and pants. You can browse here though for some other options: http://www.martialartssupplies.com/judo-uniform.html.

9/8/2014 at 11:44 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Joe Wynne - Joined 9/4/2014

Does this gi have the "Fuji" logo on the left sleeve? It is visible on one photo, but appears to not be present in others. Additionally, I'm 6'7" 230lbs, should I plan on a size 7?

9/4/2014 at 12:13 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Joe. You can expect to have the Fuji logo embroidered on the left sleeve.

As for size, I think the size 6 would work. You could also go 7 for the extra space and play the shrinking game in hot wash and spin dry, but if you do the item will no longer be returnable.

9/5/2014 at 11:17 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Jessie - Joined 6/9/2014

I'm looking for a good gi for summer training in our hot, un-air conditioned school. Is this a good choice?

6/9/2014 at 9:37 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Jessie. This gi would do the trick, although you can check out the Macho lightweight too: https://www.martialartssupplies.com/judouniform.html.

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eldar760 - Joined 5/28/2014

My height is 196cm, what about quality, does it made in Pakistan or China ? Is it original Fuji made ?

5/28/2014 at 1:29 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

If you're a thinner individual you might go with the size 6. However I think the size 7 is probably your safest bet. As for quality - Fuji is known for good quality products, but they do have manufacturing facilities all around the world. You might get an item from China or Pakistan I'm not sure.

5/28/2014 at 2:38 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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aclunnen - Joined 5/28/2014

i am about 5'9" and about 196lbs what size would be best for me?

5/28/2014 at 10:19 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

AClunnen - While you could probably fit into the 4 I think the 5 would be the safe bet. 5 will give you a little room for shrinking in the wash.

5/30/2014 at 1:41 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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eldar760 - Joined 5/28/2014

After wash size will be smaller due to shrinking. You still advice me get size 7? What kind of wash and dry can decrease more shrinking ?

6/1/2014 at 6:29 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

The best wash to decrease shrinking is cold wash and hang dry.

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kevin - Joined 3/26/2014

I'm 6'1" and 326 I'm a pretty big guy what size would you suggest?

Thank you
Kevin

3/26/2014 at 8:53 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Kevin. I would recommend the size 8. You might have to hem the pant legs and sleeves a little but it's your best bet in terms of comfortable fit.

3/26/2014 at 12:45 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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user123 - Joined 3/2/2014

I am female. 5'9" and 120 lb. what is the best size for me?

3/2/2014 at 7:22 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Cait. The size 4 would be ideal for your height, although it might feel a bit baggy. The three would be more form fitting but short on the sleeves and pant legs.

3/3/2014 at 12:54 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Carl Amato - Joined 2/22/2014

I am 5'7" weigh 265lbs. My pants size is between 42-44 wast 29" inseam. I would like to purchase a single weight Judo GI. What size should I order?

Thank you

2/22/2014 at 5:09 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Carl. I think the size 6 would be comfortable, although you might have to hem the pant legs and sleeves a bit.

2/24/2014 at 1:35 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Mohamad Affan Fighrer Asli - Joined 2/27/2014

hi I'm 5'10" tall and weight 280 lbs. What size should I get??

2/27/2014 at 10:12 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

6 would also be good for you Mohamad. If you carry a lot of your weight around the midsection you might bump up to 7 to accommodate that.

3/3/2014 at 12:55 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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AM - Joined 11/16/2013

I'm 5'3" and 160lbs (for now). What size would you recommend?

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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hey AM. I think the size A3 would be the best way to go if you can avoid shrinking in the wash (use cold wash and hang dry).

11/18/2013 at 1:29 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Stephen Andrew Carrington - Joined 11/11/2013

Ok so I have a slight issue with finding the right size. I'm 6' 4" at 170 so I'm skeptical as to which size to order. I know I'm obviously not of average build, but I'm looking to start training to compete and I know how strict the competition regulations are. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

11/11/2013 at 1:55 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Stephen. I think due to your height you wouldn't be able to go below a size 6. Of course if you go higher you might experience excessive bagginess.

11/15/2013 at 12:04 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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vryce54 - Joined 11/2/2013

IM 5'4 AND 285 what Gi should i get, also is there a way to order jacket and belt only have a few pairs of pants already

11/2/2013 at 10:59 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi vryce. We offer separate gi tops here: http://www.martialartssupplies.com/kd-elite-judo-jacket.html, and separate belts here: http://www.martialartssupplies.com/judo-belt.html.

The size recommendation will depend on which gi you eventually go with.

11/4/2013 at 5:26 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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vryce54 - Joined 11/2/2013

hi in the link above for the jackets it only goes to size 5 can i order a size jacket only???

12/24/2013 at 12:55 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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vryce54 - Joined 11/2/2013

sorry im needing a size 8 jacket

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keith - Joined 10/17/2013

Hello. I am having trouble finding a good size gi. I am 5'10, 225lbs... so not too tall but kind of plump these days :) Would you recommend a size 6 or a 5 maybe? I appreciate your help!

10/17/2013 at 7:16 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

Hi Keith. I think the 5 would be form fitting, but I'm a little worried about shrinking and comfort. Instead I might recommend a 6 for you.

10/18/2013 at 12:54 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Mike - Joined 10/13/2013

I am 6'1" and 205 lbs. What size gi do you recommend?

10/13/2013 at 5:08 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

I would recommend the 5 for you Mike. I think it would provide the most comfortable fit.

10/14/2013 at 1:52 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Beowulf - Joined 8/31/2013

I'm 5'11 and 175IB what size would I be

8/31/2013 at 2:24 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

I think a 4 would probably be your ideal fit. Be careful not to let it shrink on you too much.

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Polly - Joined 6/12/2013

I'm 5'3" and 138 lb. What size do you think would fit me?

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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

I think the size 2 would be a good, snug fit. If you want some extra space you could go 3.

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lemmiwinks - Joined 4/30/2013

I'm 5'11 and 170 lbs. Which one should I go for?

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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

I think a size 4 would end up being ideal, although I might recommend cold wash and hang dry to avoid shrinking.

5/1/2013 at 10:46 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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jadams112 - Joined 4/28/2013

I am 5'6 140 lb what size should i get since some comments say the gi runs alittle big

4/28/2013 at 1:44 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

You could definitely fit in a size 2, although shrinking in the wash may cause you some issues. A size 3 would work even with some shrinking.

4/29/2013 at 2:21 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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jjnese - Joined 4/3/2013

I'm 6' tall and 255 pounds. What size gi would fit me best?

4/3/2013 at 9:14 AM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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MASjeeves - Joined 6/20/2011

You could fit into a size 5, but you'd have to be careful about not shrinking it in the wash. You could also go wit ha 6 and utilize strategic shrinking, but as the poster below mentioned the uniform is considered yours then.

4/3/2013 at 2:42 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Jack - Joined 12/14/2012

Disappointed. I ordered my Gi using the size chart that you see at the top of the page. I am 5'10" and weigh 165 lbs, average build. That puts me squarely in a size 5 which I ordered. The Gi seemed large when I got it but that is not unusual, everyone knows they shrink in the wash and one of the recommendations on the MAS site also said that it will shrink in the wash. I washed it twice with hot water and a hot dryer. Still way too large. I got a second opinion of folks at the dojo who got a chuckle at the size of the Gi, calling it a tent. I called MAS customer service. The customer service representatives were professional but unable to help me. They said that even though the Gi had only been worn to check the size (not train or spar), because it had been washed it could not be returned. They said that the size chart was made by Fuji and that therefore any error in it is not their responsibility or problem. I disagree. I feel that because the size chart is posted on the MAS website, customers should feel secure in using it to make orders and there is something really off here. I asked to speak to the manager on duty (who turns out to be the owner) but they said that he does not talk to customers. The manager allowed the customer service representative to give me a 50% refund of my money. This order has not been resolved to my satisfaction.
Otherwise the Gi looks solid and I liked the low price. I don't know how strong it was because I returned it before testing it on the mat.
Take home lessons:
1. There is something off with the Fuji size chart, at least in the mid range. You may want to order a different brand or order a size smaller than recommended. I can not speak for sizes other than my own.
2. If you suspect that a gi may be too large, do not try to shrink it in the wash as you will not be able to return it.

12/14/2012 at 1:17 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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farad617 - Joined 9/2/2012

hello i am getting into judo but i am about 6'1 or 6'2 and weigh about 185 pounds what size gi should i get

9/2/2012 at 10:41 PM ThumbsUp ImageThumbsUp Down
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Dustin - Joined 4/10/2012

Received product very early, so big Plus on the free shipping!!! The Fuji Judo Gi is used for Aikido, and holds up really well for the grabs and throws that we do. I'm 6"0 140lbs and found the pants are a bit big width wise, but the drawstring does the job to shrink that up. They are long enough for me without tripping over them in class, I got a size 5. I will say this, if your dojo doesn't have AC, you will become very warm, very quickly! I did wash the uniform in HOT water 2 times, while drying on regular heat in the dryer, and the shrinking was somewhere between 1/4 and 1/2 inch on the top and bottom (this helped with the top and bottom being too long)

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