Standard "All Around" BJJ Gi (#7000 Series)
3 reviews
  • Single weave gi with light/mid weight feel
  • Great starting gi, also popular for competitions
  • Reinforced stitching
  • BJJ cut
  • 100% cotton
  • Includes Jacket and Pants (belt not included)
  • Comes with free patches (not sewn on)

A truly all purpose gi. This is an excellent choice for beginner students who need a low cost of entry and who can't be certain which kinds of gi suit them best.

This single weave gi approaches a middle weight feel, but is still highly comfortable and maneuverable. The high impact and pull areas of the gi are reinforced to prevent early wear and tear. This gi also features true BJJ cut with a shorter jacket and fit that tapers the body.

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Wow, this Fuji gi is surprisingly comfortable considering the thickness of the gi. If you want comfort and high quality, this is the gi for you at a good price too!  
by: Lan   
6/29/2023 8:54:21 PM

Great Beginner Gi

Very Durable, I've owned it for 6 years now and still use it to this day.  
by: Daniel   
11/29/2018 2:08:23 PM
Gi size

What is a good size for a 5'7" 260lb person  
by: Michael   
4/2/2016 12:14:29 AM
Hi Michael. I would recommend going with the A5 and hemming the pant legs and sleeves.
by: okiken108     
4/4/2016 11:44:58 AM
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Gi for a Giant

I have a new guy who is 6'8" and 285 lbs. I need a gi for him ASAP. What do you have for me in this department?

by: Jason Clarke   
7/22/2015 4:52:03 PM
I think the A6 would do just fine for him.
by: okiken108     
7/23/2015 2:46:38 PM
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Outstanding Gi

Ive used a lot of different brands over time this is the BEST entry level gi out there. It cost only a little more than most of the entry level type, but is head and shoulders above in terms of quality and value, the students all appreciate the quality and cost/value.   
by: Joe LaVallee   
4/16/2013 2:59:53 PM

My name is Jason, I print custom apparel at Ruthless Inc. I was wondering what kind of a markup could I shoot for; if I could generate sales in MMA apparel using your gear?  
by: Jason Knight   
3/2/2012 4:33:24 PM
You can see the retail prices for all the items at
by: Aaron   
3/5/2012 12:37:13 PM
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