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New Mizuno Single Weave Judo Gi

Mizuno Hayato Single Weave Judo Gi



I bought this same gi 3 months ago. The one I just bought two weeks ago is different from the older version. The older version was made of a tougher/rougher cloth. The new version is made of a softer more comfortable cloth. The Mizuno logo has changed.


In summary, this gi is far more comfortable, but will have to see how it matches my previous gi in terms of durability. I also practice karate, so this newer version should be more comfortable to use during karate practice (I got bad irritation on my shoulders & armpits with the previous gi doing tsukis during karate practice).  
9/8/2006 8:57:21 PM
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