Men’s Hydrogen Jiu Jitsu Gi

(3 customer reviews)

$159.99

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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