Many people have serious doubts when choosing your kimono, starting not know their size, as these begin with the letter A, do not know what kind of fabric to be used as more and more types of tissue, also have concerns with some colors for competitions since there are only some allowed.

This article will try to clear some of the most frequent questions when choosing a kimono, and give some tips to make bjj kimonos. Before choosing a kimono we have some things clear:

Price: Buddha Sports is a company with its own manufacturing and therefore differ in our prices. We have 3 ranges:

- Ultralight recommended for people who are getting started. Due to its weight also use many wrestlers for competitions.
- Deluxe. This range is of high quality at an unbeatable price. This kimono is specially designed for competitions and for the toughest workouts.
- Special Editions. This range is for people looking for a unique kimono for your workouts, is a high-end gi.

In each kimono we sell give you a white belt.

Color: colors approved for competition are white, royal blue and black, in all its entirety. If the use is going to be unique for workouts can choose other colors like red, yellow, camouflage or other colors.

Design: This year we have opted for a new innovative designs using embroidery on all our kimonos. Our range of exclusive designs Special Editions use with lycra sublimated into art.

Weight: This is where you see the use we are going to give the kimono, if you're going to compete in that weight class is if only to train, if you're using at the hottest time of year, so to adjust your weight and needs different types of tissue / weight currently in kimonos.

In Buddha Sports use in our kimonos Cotton Pearl Weave 420g in the Ultralight model and 550g in the Deluxe model and Special Editions, this fabric is the latest generation comes from rice grain, 100% twisted cotton pre shrunk (as recommended by washing and drying shrinks no more than 3%). The Pearl Weave is an ultra-resistant fabric, providing smoothness and durability.

The following is the weight of each size kimono

One deluxe Gi Buddha

Approximate weight of the kimono:
A1 = 1622 g.
A2 = 1754 g.
A3 = 1878 g.
A4 = 2003g.

Gi Buddha Ultralight One

Approximate weight of the kimono:

A1 = 1335 g.
A2 = 1475 g.
A3 = 1584 g.
A4 = 1700 g.


How carvings kimonos work: The following table indicates very roughly that size is what we need in our height and weight.

Approximate measurements by the manufacturer (height and weight):
A0: 155 cm - 152 cm / 51 kg - 60 kg.
A1: 160 cm - 172 cm / 57 kg - 65 kg.
A2: 170 cm - 182 cm / 65 kg - 80 kg.
A3: 180 cm - 191 cm / 80 kg - 94 kg.
A4: 189 cm - 196 cm / 92 kg - 116 kg.

Other tips to consider to increase the durability of our kimonos.

- Never wash with warm water kimono.
- Wash it frequently if you use the kimono 3-4 times a week to take advantage weekend for washing.
- Having a second kimono to let it air long enough after it is used.
- Do not expose the kimono direct sunlight to avoid fading.

Last tip: Enjoy your kimono Buddha Sports.