Sizing Your Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Kimono

Every body type is different, however, when it comes to choosing the best BJJ Gi size for your build, we recommend using the chart on every product page as a guideline. Kimonos should not feel excessively loose or tight and there should be enough fabric around the wrist and ankle openings that an opponent can get a decent grip. That said, you should not feel like you are drowning in fabric when you wear your kimono either.  

If you are competing with the gi, it is important that you check with the competition organization to ensure your uniform is compliant with the requirements for that event.

Premium BJJ Gis and Kimonos

Since 2012, Rolljunkie has been making high quality BJJ Gis for both adults and kids. Like you, we train jiu-jitsu, so we know what it takes to make a kimono that will stand up to the rigors of training on a regular basis. When you buy a Rolljunkie kimono, you know that you are getting the highest quality BJJ Gi, backed by Rolljunkie's customer service, in a style that will keep you looking good on the mats.

Our BJJ Gis are made from lightweight 450 gsm pre-shrunk cotton. The end result is a highly durable yet light uniform that is perfect for training and competition.

We design most of our Brazilian Jiu Jitsu kimonos to meet IBJJF regulations, however, we still highly recommend that you check their guidelines prior to competing to ensure your specific BJJ Gi is in compliance as IBJJF uniform guidelines are subject to change.

Rolljunkie kimonos include the jacket, pants, and kimono bag. A BJJ belt is not included. 

Kimono Features

Our kimonos feature multiple belt loops, an easy to tie stretch drawstring, reinforced stitching, contrast stitching on some styles, and a mix of embroidery, patches, and woven labels. In addition, a kimono bag is included with every purchase.