In this section, you will find combat equipment for men, women and children.
A collection of martial arts equipment inspired by Brazilian culture to give you a unique style and adopt our "Estilo de vida".
Each martial discipline requires an adequate dress, the dress of a Judoka is not the same as that of a Jiu-Jiteiro, as there are differences between the Capoeiristes and the Lutadores.
What are the differences between a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu kimono and a Judo Kimono? between Luta-Livre pants and Capoeira pants?
Practitioners of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Judo wear a kimono, called BJJ Gi for Jiu-Jitsu and JudoGi for Judo, a traditional and very different outfit between these 2 martial arts.
The cut of a Bjj kimono is more adjusted as a Judo kimono, it is adapted to this ground game to offer the least possible grip to the opponent.
Furthermore, Judo is an ancestral and less modern martial art than Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) which allows practitioners to have the choice between several colors of Gis and to affix more patches and embroidery to personalize their kimono with the effigy of their academy.
Luta Livre pants are "Rip-stop" pants , a light and resistant material to face abrasive tatami mats, it protects the Lutadores during the ground play phases, the Luta Livre pants can be embroidered and / or patched and it is identical to the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu pants. pants by Capoeira or Abadá by Capoeira is designed in polyester or polyamide for traditional pants worn during batizados, an abada must be light and flexible to allow capoeiristas to have the greatest freedom of movement.