Men’s Hydrogen Jiu Jitsu Gi

(3 customer reviews)


The Hydrogen Gi! Named after the lightest of elements, the Hydrogen Gi is our lightest Gi yet! This Gi is perfect for competition and a very comfortable Gi for training! War Tribe Gi’s are carefully designed and meticulously put together. We are committed to 100% quality with every Gi. This Gi is good for everyday training and meets IBJJF standards of competition.

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Product Description


  • 2nd Generation of War Tribe Ultra Light Gis
  • Beautiful Multicolor Stitching
    Simple embroidery allows you to add your own patches from your gym or academy
    350 GSM Pearl weave using premium cotton fabric
    8 ounce Poly/Cotton Ripstop pants, double reinforced stitching
    Direct embroidery on shoulder and pant leg
    Well built & extremely durable
    IBJJF Legal
  • Jiu Jitsu Belt not included

Estimated GI Weight:
A0 > 2.5 — A1 > 2.7 — A2 > 2.8 — A3 > 3.0— A4 > 3.3 — A5 > 3.6

Size Weight Height
A0 120lbs & under 5’4″ & under
A1 120lbs – 155lbs 5’4″ – 5’8″
A1 Husky 155lbs – 190lbs 5’4″ – 5’8″
A1 Long 120lbs – 155lbs 5’9″ – 6’0″
A2 155lbs – 190lbs 5’9″ – 6’0″
A2 Husky 190lbs – 220lbs 5’9″ – 6’0″
A2 Long 155lbs – 190lbs 6’1″ – 6’3″
A3 190lbs – 220lbs 6’1″ – 6’3″
A3 Husky 220lbs – 255lbs 6’1″ – 6’3″
A3 Long 190lbs – 220lbs 6’3″ – 6’4″
A4 220lbs-255lbs 6’3″-6’4″
A5 225lbs & over 6’4″ & over

3 reviews for Men’s Hydrogen Jiu Jitsu Gi

  1. Sand

    Very nice, light weight and durable. I had to get the sleeves taylored in but no a big deal. This is the lightest and best gi I’ve owned. Definitely a must have.

  2. Ek Architecture (verified owner)

    the hydrogen gi is perfect for Bjj practise, very light and sober design.
    I loved it.

  3. Rafael Villalobos

    This is on the other end of the spectrum from my Tatami Tank at 950gsm that I use to cut weight. It’s good to have a broad range of Gis.

    Pros: Love the design/colors, solid lightweight Gi with clean/consistantly stitching, fit perfect @ 5’6″ 150lbs (A1). Picked mine up as part of a seminar bundle at the WT Summit in Oregon back in June.

    Cons: I can’t train in it regularly without destroying it in six months. We roll at least twice a week for 2-2.5 hrs at a time.

    That said, can’t wait to patch it up and compete in it!!! I give it all 5 stars because I know it’s a comp Gi and will serve me well as such.

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