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Martial Arts Uniforms > Judo > Double Weave Judo Gi (White)

Double Weave Judo Gi (White) by Fuji

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Double Weave Judo Gi (White)


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$79.95 - $99.95 each



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Product Description
    • Classic White
    • Double weave construction
    • Tight grain kimono top with diamond weave skirt
    • Reinforced stitching throughout
    • Lower price point than many high end competitors

    A strong double weave judo gi that can resist even the toughest training at a fraction of the cost of other brands.

    Double weave material is used throughout the gi in order to withstand the normal rigors of judo training. The kimono top utilizes a tight stitch pattern with diamond weave skirt. The gi bottoms are traditional drawstring with reinforced knee patching.


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Great Gi

Solid double weave material and still moves freely. I can see this gi lasting a few years!
  
by: mcastelluccio
11/21/2011 9:02:28 AM
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belt

is it come with belt ? or do i need to order one ?
  
by: samer
6/9/2014 9:55:44 PM
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Hi Samer. This particular gi does not come with a belt. You'll have to order one separately, which you can browse here: http://www.karatedepot.com/karate_belts.html.
by: okiken108    
6/11/2014 1:26:53 PM
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Nice Gi at Nice Price

This gi is a good mid-heavy weight and offers great value at the price. The size chart was pretty accurate, but if your are not sure, you probably want to size down, not up. Minimimal shrinkage with first few washings so hopefully that will not be an issue.  
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7/26/2013 2:54:44 PM
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Size 5.5 or 6 or...

I'm 5' 9.5" @ 220 LBS ... about 25lbs overweight. I'm lean at 195-200. Will likely shed the weight within a few months after beginning Judo. My Karate gi is a size 6. Is there a size that I won't have to get altered?  
by: Ric
7/2/2013 1:00:55 AM
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I believe you could go with the size 5 and not have to get it altered. I would be cautious about washing though as it might shrink (cold wash and hang dry recommended).
by: okiken108    
7/3/2013 10:00:28 AM
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does it come with belt and what size

I am 5.65 feet and at this point170 lb, hope to get down to my ideal weight of 160 lb after some training. Is size 3.5 the right one for me in a fuji double weave? I dont want a tight or too loose fit, just right. Does it come with white belt?  
by: syrus
5/18/2013 12:09:48 AM
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Hi Syrus. This gi does not come stock with a belt, you'll need to pick one up here - un-jj-857. I think the 3.5 is a smart choice for you size-wise.
by: okiken108    
5/20/2013 1:14:46 PM
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Buy 1/2 size smaller

Great double weave Gi for the price! The size chart recommended a size 6. It is big and has not shrunk even after several washes. Great gi for the price but go with a 1/2 size smaller than what they recommend.  
by: Mike
5/11/2013 9:30:20 AM
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Legal in judo competitions?

I tried on a fuji judo single weave with the shoulder embroidery at a tournament, and the gi fit really well, except for the sleeve circumference, which was about the same as my bjj gi, and it was impossible to fit the Sokuteiki into the sleeve. Is this gi legal for tournaments?   
by: steve
4/9/2013 8:01:18 PM
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According to Fuji, and as far as we have been able to determine ourselves, this gi does meet tournament specs. Of course, getting the right size is a key factor, but the construction is built around being competition ready.
by: okiken108    
4/10/2013 12:49:48 PM
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Sizing?

I am 15 years old, 5ft 4.5in, about 110 lbs. I have an HSU blue gi size 2 that is too small (always cold washed and drip-dried), and an HSU size 3 that is too big (washed in hot water and dried). What size would you recommend if I am always going to wash cold and drip dry?  
by: steve
4/9/2013 4:03:50 PM
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One nice thing about this fuji gi is that it comes in 2.5. I might recommend that for you.
by: okiken108    
4/10/2013 1:06:14 PM
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A great buy. The half sizes mean less sewing and shrinking in the washer and dryer. The fit is near perfect. The cotton is softer than most and needs less time to break-in. A Fantastic price for a fantastic product.
Thanks  
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3/4/2013 2:19:39 PM
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"Fuji" embroidery

Is there "Fuji" embroidery on the gi as the first picture shown?   
by: Alex
1/28/2013 8:56:49 AM
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The Fuji patch comes as an extra, it is not sewn on when you purchase the gi.
by: okiken108    
1/28/2013 1:55:28 PM
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size need help

Im 5'71/2" weighs 275 lbs. what size do i need to buy 5.5 or 6 ?
  
by: ronnie
1/18/2013 2:50:49 AM
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I would recommend bumping up to the 6 or even 7, especially if you know someone who can hem pant legs for you (or if you can do it).
by: okiken108    
1/18/2013 2:19:28 PM
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Similar Question to Previous Thread

I'm a big guy. I walk around at ~300, but I don't carry weight as if I'm that big aside from having a barrel chest (even when I wrestled at 215 I had broad shoulders and a thick chest.) Would an 8 do right in this?  
by: Gilag104
11/15/2012 5:09:43 PM
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Hi Gilag. It sounds like you could do an 8 as long as you pay careful attention to avoiding was shrinkage (utilize cold wash, hang dry). If you're a little concerned about that you can bump up to 9.
by: okiken108    
11/16/2012 1:44:10 PM
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Very nice Gi for the price

Very nice gi for the price, super heavy without being to stiff. Sizes run a bit large so be careful there. Also didn't shrink as much as I expected it would.  
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10/5/2012 9:55:17 AM
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sizing

I need help with the size, i'm 5'6" and at 205 lbs should i go with the 4.5 or go with the size 5. This will be my first Judo gi, I normaly deal with karate gi's but I am branching out to Judo now. Please Help  
by: judo_ff55
8/7/2012 8:32:58 PM
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I'd have to say go with the size 5. If you get a little shrinking in the wash I'm afraid the 4.5 would shrink out of useful range.
by: okiken108    
8/13/2012 3:02:40 PM
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Weight

How much do these gi's weight? I primarily practice Karate but I prefer the weight of a judo gi  
by: banning
6/13/2012 10:39:32 PM
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I don't have the exact weight on hand but I do know this double weave is nice and thick.
by: okiken108    
6/18/2012 11:25:28 AM
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help me with size

I am 5'10" but weigh 270lbs. In my younger days and weighing 210-220 i was wearing a size 6. It was great in length for arms and legs. Now I have a 2yr old size 7 gi that needs replaced and is also to small around my belly. When i got this gi it was to long in arms and legs and i had to shorten them. What size do you recammend and do you think i will have to adjust lengths? Thanks for your help.  
by: mike
4/11/2012 8:43:12 PM
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If size 7 is tight around the belly you'll have to jump up to an 8. If you do, you'll definitely have to adjust the sleeves and pant legs.
by: okiken108    
4/13/2012 11:55:57 AM
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my son 15 year old son is 5'11' to 6' tall but only weighs about 140. what size double gi would he needs?
also i normaly wear a size 4 however the pants are too short. any ideaS?
  
by: vickytori
4/11/2012 3:26:58 PM
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A size 5 for your son would be a good compromise, although it might be a touch short in the pant legs and sleeves. A 5.5 would be ideal for height but also a bit more baggy.

As for you, you can grab separate pants at a larger size here - un-ju-31.
by: okiken108    
4/13/2012 11:53:12 AM
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Belt included?

Do these gis come with a belt?  
by: designeq
2/16/2012 12:44:54 AM
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No, this gi will not come with a belt.
by: okiken108    
2/20/2012 1:55:45 PM
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what are the .5 sizes?

What's the difference, say, between a #5 size gi and a #5.5? The sizing chart doesn't list the .5 variations.  
by: designeq
2/4/2012 1:49:13 AM
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The .5 sizes are for individuals who look at the sizing chart and feel as if they are stuck in between two sizes. So, for example, if you're too tall for a 5 but too skinny for a 6, 5.5 might be the right choice.
by: okiken108    
2/6/2012 1:21:16 PM
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I like to throw my gi in the dryer, how much will it shrink up...a full size a half size ? If I am 5 10 and wgt 185 - 195 lbs, with athletic build ? Thanks.  
by: Michael in Pittsburgh
1/17/2012 11:35:09 PM
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Hey Michael. I haven't put this particular brand through the dryer test yet. That being said, I think you could expect a full size shrink.
by: okiken108    
1/19/2012 1:13:43 PM
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Size Question

I'm thinking of buying a Fuji double weave gi. I'm 5'9" and 177 lbs. I bought a size 4 in another brand- the top was fine, but the pants were too loose in the waist (and a tad long). What do you recommend for the Fuji double weave? According to your chart, I'm a size 5, but I'm worried that this will be too big. Maybe the 4.5?  
by: mcorpuz3
1/10/2012 3:27:28 AM
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Hi mcorpuz. You definitely fit in the "size 5" range. I wonder - what if you would get a size 5, and then strategically shrink just the pants in the wash? You could do hot wash, spin dry.

I can't guarantee it will shrink to perfection, but it's got a good shot at working.
by: okiken108    
1/11/2012 11:57:02 AM
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Fatty

what does size nine cover as far as poundage and height?  
by: KFPanda
12/4/2011 9:59:01 PM
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The size 9 is ideal for individuals over 300lbs and in the 6'5"-6'8" range.
by: okiken108    
12/5/2011 11:27:54 AM
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Size 5 or 5.5

Hi, I'm 5' 10" wt 170, I have long arms/chest size is 43. Should I get a size 5 or 5.5. Thank you. First time wash instructions...Michael C  
by: Michael C
9/16/2011 8:38:45 PM
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Go with the 5. When washing, use cold or warm water and hang dry (do not put in dryer).

Tie the waist ties together before washing so they do not get lost inside the pant hem.
by: okiken108    
9/19/2011 12:12:53 PM
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universal?

Ive trained in Judo for a little over a year, but ive recently taken in interest in learning BJJ. Will a Double Weave Judo gi like this one be better suited for BJJ or can I train with the Single Weave judo gi that I already have?   
by: sekta666
7/19/2011 1:21:48 AM
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Single and double weave are both appropriate for BJJ, much like both being appropriate for judo. The real difference is in the cut. Judo gi tend to be cut a little wider and looser than BJJ, but that doesn't mean they won't function.

I think you'd be ok either way depending on how much thickness and stiffness you like in a gi.
by: okiken108    
7/20/2011 12:25:02 PM
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Sizing Info
Measuring your height will provide a more accurate fit than using weight alone. Please be sure to double check the sizing chart when ordering.
Size Height Weight
#1 4' 8"-5' Under 95 lbs.
#2 5'-5'3" 100-115 lbs.
#3 5'3"-5'5" 100-140 lbs.
#4 5'4"-5'8" 135-170 lbs.
#5 5'6"-5'10" 160-200 lbs.
#6 5'10"-6'2" 195-230 lbs.
#7 6'2"-6'5" 230-260 lbs.
#8 Over 250 lbs.
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