This is what I like to refer to as the ‘working mans gi‘ since it doesn’t have all the frills and flashy logo’s, patches, and features that the other manufacturers have like; Bad Boy, Tatami, Gameness, and Break Point. Don’t get me wrong these manufacturers make excellent gi’s however you also pay for those frills. However, if you are looking for a high quality, durable gi and are on a small budget like myself then this gi might be just what you have been looking for.
Price & Value
The price I see as I cruise around the web is around $90 to $100. There is no question about it for the price this gi is an awesome value. When compared to Manto, Tatami, and Fuji this gi is half the price (they run between $120-$170).
Quality & Fit
This gi fits very nicely around crotch and armpits without being baggy at all. The length on the git top is the perfect “skirt” length. This gi doesn’t have the fancy schmancy patches, logos, etc but it definitely has all that you need to train! As far as the single weave vs. double weave issue none of the guys I talked to haven’t had any problems with tearing or ripping.
Like I mentioned previous I had a lot of input about this gi from guys that use it on a nightly basis and out of the 15 guys I talked to they all loved this gi. I have to say that I fall in line with that thinking. This gi is hands down one of the best “value gi’s” on the market today. If you are looking for a cheap BJJ gi that will last, but doesn’t have all the flashy features other gi manufacturers create but Fuji gives you everything you need in this single weave gi.
Fuji BJJ Single Weave Gi,