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The BLACK LUCKY GIS are back!

    Wed, 2008-10-15 14:13 — Bevois

    These Lucky Gis are the best-made kimono on the market. Every aspect of the gi has been redesigned:

    1) The weave is a new weave that is 620 grams, which puts the weight right in-between a typical single weave and a double weave. The weave is both a tighter weave and also the inside is much smother and softer than the usual gold or single weave.

    2) The pattern of the gi has been reworked to fit snugger, while still in the regulations of the CBJJ.

    3) The pants are triple gusseted and low cut. Gone is the baggy crotch of typical gi pants, that limits movement and gone is the extra baggy waist.

    4) The pants also have built in kneepads.

    5) All embroidered cool stylish logos.

    These Lucky Gis are for people who are tired of gis with sub par quality and stupid ugly logos with men laying on men. Tattoo style Lucky Gi logos are on the back, both arms, and pants. Inside jacket is printed with LG logo pattern print.

    There are also other cool hidden hits all over the gis.

    There are a limited number of these gis only 250 of each color.

    Each one Comes with a Custom Lucky Gi Bag!

    Size Chart:

    A0 4’8” - 5’2” 100lbs
    A1 5’2” - 5’6” 130lbs
    A2 5’6” - 5”8 155lbs
    A3 5’8” - 5’11” 185 lbs
    A4 5’11” - 6’1” 210lbs
    A5 6’1” - 6’5” 250lbs
    A6 6’5” - 6’10” 290lbs
    A7 6’10” + 290Lbs +

    Order on the link below and get 10% OFF with the promotional code: BackInBlack. Just enter BackInBlack in the comment box when you order. This promotion is good until Monday:

    three harmonies's picture

    How are they different than regular Lucky Gi's? I assume more expensive??

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    overcat's picture

    three harmonies;23369 wrote:
    How are they different than regular Lucky Gi's? I assume more expensive??

    it's a common fact that colored gis cost more due to ink.

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    three harmonies's picture

    Thanks:rolleyes: I meant the Lovato Signature Gi!

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    MINIJACARE's picture

    any suggestion on how to color treat these gi's, other then vinegar?? Just ordered mine and its on the way :D

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    dr.kimura's picture


    I ordered an A4 and the jacket is too small. Looks like there are no more A5s.


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    Sean Roberts's picture

    I Got Mine Already.

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    Sean Roberts's picture

    I think they're selling them in vegas right now.

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