Summer Weave BJJ Gi
2 reviews
  • Lightweight Pearl Weave
  • Lighter than double weave, more durable than single
  • Preshrunk material
  • BJJ cut closer to body
  • Rubberized collar
  • Includes free Fuji patch (not sewn on)
  • Comes with Jacket, Pants (no belt)
  • Great for hot weather training and making weight

Excellent for hot weather training and competitions. Light weight keeps it breathable and helps your students make weight qualifications. Pearl weave provides enhanced durability over more standard single weave models.

Rubberized collar provides consistent grip as well as quick drying action and bacterial resistance. Features a standard BJJ cut that holds closer to the body than most Judo gi.

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Great Gi for the Money

I have had mine for a few months now. Holds up great and the summerweave feels light and cooler than most. My only issue is the slight shrinkage of the pants and the draw strings but this is common in most light gi. Dont let the pants shrinkage deter you though, Fuji makes an incredible gi for the money.   
by: Jeremiah Bunker   
3/1/2012 8:22:47 AM

Great first impression!

I took a chance on this gi by ordering sight-unseen and I'm glad I did! My initial impression of this gi is that it is very well made with quality materials. I am 5'10" & 186 so I ordered a size A3. Right out of the package it fit perfectly, so if the description is accurate and it is fully preshrunk material, then I shouldn't have any problems after washing it. I've been involved mainly in Korean karate for the last 25 years and am very familiar with quality karate gis so I wanted to make sure that I got a BJJ gi that was constructed well and would last a long time... I am sure this gi will.  
by: Saul E   
12/30/2011 7:47:01 PM
Well, I've had this gi for a couple of weeks now with no shrinkage after two washes. Make sure to wash in cold and tumble dry with low heat. Very comfortable gi!
by: Saul E   
1/17/2012 10:49:10 PM
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I wouldnt dry it at all, you can lay this gi on a chair with a fan on it and it will dry completely in a couple hours.
by: Jeremiah Bunker   
3/1/2012 8:23:28 AM
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