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strings on the gi jacket

i know the waste strings tie the inside and the outside flaps to hold in place. where to tie the strings at the top of the side splits?  
by: rkohls
2/5/2010 6:19:48 PM
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When tying a gi top, start out by taking the outermost string on the right flap and tying it to the inside string on the left flap. Then take the outermost string on the left flap and tie it to the split string on the right flap.
by: okiken108    
2/9/2010 3:50:56 PM
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I would also recommend once you tie them down to tuck them under. On my gi, same as above, they tend to want to stick out. once you put your belt on you won't notice them if you tuck them under and have your gig line smooth (line of the jackets lappel, Gig line is a military tirm). You should be good to go then. Best of luck.
by: Legend
11/24/2010 11:07:31 AM
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