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Ronin Brand

Legacy Gi

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Introducing the New Black Ronin Legacy Bjj Kimono.

This gi is in honor & pays tribute to the founding fathers we trust with this sport.

On both arm biceps we created the Ronin Brand logo wrapped within a shuriken. The years 1878 & 1913 are fully embroidered underneath.

1878 - This is the birth year of Mitsuyo Maeda. He was also known as Count Combat or Conde Koma. Maeda was fundamental to the development of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, including through his teaching of Carlos Gracie and others of the Gracie family.

1913 - This is the birth year of Helio Gracie was a Brazilian martial artist who, together with his brother Carlos Gracie, founded the martial art of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, known internationally as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ).

Thanks to both of these men, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu happens to be the fastest growing martial arts trained around the world.

Inside jacket - Fully digital printed design created to represent half of Brazil & Japan.

Pant bottom leg - Kanji for the work "Legacy". This is fully embroidered.

Materials for jacket - 100% cotton 450GSM Pearl Weave - Pre-shrunk with non scented fabric softner. Lapel consists of thick firm Eva foam wrapped with 14oz. Canvas material.

Materials for Pants - 100% cotton 10oz. twill material. The same used on our Samurai model. High quality Stretchy rope string that's guaranteed not to fray/fall a part.

As tested, this gi jacket will shrink 1-1.5" over time.
Introducing the New Black Ronin Legacy Bjj Kimono.

This gi is in honor & pays tribute to the founding fathers we trust with this sport.

On both arm biceps we created the Ronin Brand logo wrapped within a shuriken. The years 1878 & 1913 are fully embroidered underneath.

1878 - This is the birth year of Mitsuyo Maeda. He was also known as Count Combat or Conde Koma. Maeda was fundamental to the development of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, including through his teaching of Carlos Gracie and others of the Gracie family.

1913 - This is the birth year of Helio Gracie was a Brazilian martial artist who, together with his brother Carlos Gracie, founded the martial art of Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, known internationally as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ).

Thanks to both of these men, Brazilian Jiu-jitsu happens to be the fastest growing martial arts trained around the world.

Inside jacket - Fully digital printed design created to represent half of Brazil & Japan.

Pant bottom leg - Kanji for the work "Legacy". This is fully embroidered.

Materials for jacket - 100% cotton 450GSM Pearl Weave - Pre-shrunk with non scented fabric softner. Lapel consists of thick firm Eva foam wrapped with 14oz. Canvas material.

Materials for Pants - 100% cotton 10oz. twill material. The same used on our Samurai model. High quality Stretchy rope string that's guaranteed not to fray/fall a part.

As tested, this gi jacket will shrink 1-1.5" over time.

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