A feminine Bjj Kimono in homage to the woman, this Gi navy highlights adjectives that qualify the Jiu Jiteira in the different stages of her life. Words in Portuguese ("Moça" = daughter, "Mãe" = mother, "Rainha" = queen, "Deusa" = goddess) are embroidered on the kimono all around a woman above a wave, a logo inspired by the Afro-Brazilian culture and more precisely by the goddess Yemanja who is recognized as the mother of the Orixás (deities of the sea, nature).
Product designed for
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, a martial art that has its origins in Japanese Jiu-Jitsu
Maintenance conditions (to maintain the condition of this product)
Maximum 30 ° and no dryer, this avoids shrinking
Composed of a fabric
100% cotton, a natural fiber with absorbent and insulating properties
Jacket made in
Pearl Weave (450Gr), a light weight to be competitive in weight
Pants designed in
Ripstop, a light fabric but a little more sensitive to washing and wear over time
Design made in
Embroidery, for an extended lifespan and an authentic look
There are different color grade for a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu belt
The choice of a Bjj belt is not done at random because the colors correspond to a grade which represents a level of practice and seniority, the adult always starts with a white belt, so it is the color to choose when buying your 1st Bjj kimono to perfect your equipment.