BJJ Rash Guards
At Rolljunkie, unique BJJ rash guards is one of the things we are best known for. We make all of our Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu rash guards from a high-quality polyester blend that makes them lightweight, breathable, and extremely comfortable. It's a difference you will feel the moment you put it on. We also reinforce the stitching for durability and of course we make the sickest and most innovative designs you will find anywhere. Most of our BJJ rash guards are released in limited batches, so if you see a style you like, be sure to pick it up before it's gone.
BJJ Rash Guards for Competition and Training
Our BJJ rash guards are not only comfortable but durable. This makes them ideal for life on the mats whether its no gi competition use or heavy training at your academy. Our Brazilian Jiu Jitsu rash guards are made to withstand the abuse you'll put them through. Competitors should be sure to check the uniform requirements of the event host to ensure they are in compliance.
Adult and Kids Sized Jiu Jitsu Rash Guards
Rolljunkie stocks a wide variety of adult BJJ rash guards that are suitable for both men and women. These Brazilian Jiu Jitsu rash guards are typically available in sizes XS for smaller grapplers through sizes as large as 4XL. In addition, for most style releases, we provide youth/kids sized BJJ rash guards. Kids sizes are usually available in YS, YM, or YL. Every product page has a size chart that can be referenced to help you dial in the perfect size. If you still have questions, reach out to our team and we will point you in the right direction to get that perfect fit.
No Gi and Under Gi Rash Guards
You probably already know that BJJ rash guards are worn for no gi competition and training, but those new to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu may not know that BJJ rash guards are also worn under the gi when training at most academies. Wearing a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu rash guard under the gi provides a comfortable layer between your body and your BJJ Gi. This layer helps prevent rashes or skin irritation and is also found to be more sanitary. Note that in BJJ competitions, however, most competitions do not permit a BJJ rash guard to be worn under the kimono. Check with your event host and academy for details on BJJ uniform requirements.