A Jiu-Jitsu NoGi shorts, the "Jogo no chão" model is a Fight shorts in homage to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, it takes its name from the Portuguese which translates as playing on the ground, a collection which reminds us that this sport is also play and fun! These combat shorts are ideal for Grappling and NoGi training because they are designed to support the most intense efforts and provide more freedom of movement in the different phases of a fight.
These shorts are essential for optimal comfort and support. Plus, it's inspired by Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and is designed to withstand the most intense workouts. So you know you can trust its durability. With the Jogo no Chão Fight Shorts, you can bring out the high-level Jiu-Jitsu fighter in you. Prepare to fight with confidence and take it to the next level.
Perfect for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) aficionados. With its NoGi style and unique BJJ-inspired design, it also gives you the freedom to move around and do whatever you want in different phases of a fight. Get your hands on these fight shorts and be sure to dominate the ground game!
The outfit you choose represents how you train, so wear your dedication to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu proudly with the Jogo no Chão collection designed for the practice of Arte Suave.
Train, fight and progress, but remember that "O Tempo no tatame irá ultrapassar talento", which we translate with "Time on the tatami will exceed talent".
Product designed for
The Nogi also called Grappling, it's BJJ without kimono
Maintenance conditions (to maintain the condition of this product)
Maximum 30 ° and no dryer, this avoids shrinking
Composed of a fabric
Polyester, an ideal fabric for sport because resistant and easy to maintain
Design made in
Sublimation, a printing technique that will not tarnish during washing
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