StarLyte II By Hyperfly - Womens Slim Cut Jiu Jitsu Gi - White with Black
We are constantly striving to improve and build the best female Gi on the market! If you're looking for the lightest and most comfortable training Gi, in a female slim cut, at the right price, the Starlyte Jiu Jitsu Kimono will not disappoint. Most important!! No more baggy Man-Crotch!! From now on, lean female athletes don’t have to worry about baggy and loose-fitting pants and jacket. The Female Slim Cut has tailored sleeves and pant legs for smaller wrists and ankles, and less material in the jacket, resulting in a Gi that is harder to get grips on, the most important battle we face on the mats. Now available in stylish White on Black special edition.
*Please Note: This is a Slim Cut Gi particularly in the pants. If you are not sure about your sizing, please let our team know so we can help you out with recommendation and save your time with exchanges. Anyone with a muscly athletic build, we recommend to go with standard adult size in pants or mix and match Gi top and pants.
Our innovative new 'Starweave' material makes this BJJ Kimono Super light and breathable, great for Australia and New Zealand’s warm Summer training sessions. When you roll in your new Starlyte Gi, you will feel lighter and faster than ever before, increasing your endurance for the shark tank. The Starlyte Jiu Jitsu uniform is a perfect everyday training kimono for the academy, built lightweight and low maintenance for travel with moisture-wicking, quick-dry technology. Easy to roll, wash, dry, and repeat the next day. Great for those long-distance seminars, grading, or a Jiu Jitsu training camp with your mates. The Starlyte makes a fantastic addition to your training tools, a must-have for the active grappler.
If you have more questions about this Gi or need help with sizing, please feel free to contact our friendly Gi specialist team at firstname.lastname@example.org and they will help you out with your inquiry.
This Gi is NOT IBJJF approved, the weave is so light that it is officially too light for the competition.
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