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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Discussion' started by u4ia, Oct 25, 2010.

  1. u4ia

    u4ia I think, therefore I am.

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    Not to sound condescending, but does this exist anymore? I look at what's around these days and I can't seem to find anything that doesn't have 10 skulls or logos across face.

    I'm talking about things along the lines of oldschool Fokai Damashii, Inspirit, Killer Bee, etc.
     
  2. Cageside

    Cageside Blue Belt

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    I think there are loads of brands that are simple and functional: Combat Sports, Ringside, Title, Cageside, Warrior-One, KO Fight Gear, OTM....

    :D
     
  3. ginomatic

    ginomatic White Belt

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    As advertised by TJ De Santis in the Sherdog Radio Network, Clinch Gear.
     
  4. hughes fan

    hughes fan Silver Belt

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    One more round tends to have more basic designs yet they look good.
     
  5. All In The Game

    All In The Game Green Belt

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    i dunno man prolly the gym or something
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    cheesesteak Green Belt

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    I know what you mean OP.

    Japanese brands tend to be more clean and stylish, but is pretty hard to get stateside. There are very few companies that will ship internationally and the prices are ridiculous.

    ChokeSports carries some RVDDW and ISAMI gear and you used to be able to get Inspirit gear stateside, but retailers have been out of stock for ages.
     
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    stayghost White Belt

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    I second SCRAMBLE ... their stuff is mint!

    Scramble
     
  8. mrpopenfresh

    mrpopenfresh Red Belt

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    If your'e wearing classy clothe, it sure as hell isn't a t shirt with a logo on it. I don't think mma companies make dress shirts.
     
  9. Dead Roman

    Dead Roman Orange Belt

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    I love all of scrambles shit.
     
  10. CyberFreq

    CyberFreq Blue Belt

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    What about RVCA?
     
  11. hamilton

    hamilton Orange Belt

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    generally like nogi's stuff.

    understated and still cool.

    wish scramble wasnt soooo pricey. sweet designs.
     
  12. mikiemike87

    mikiemike87 Blue Belt

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    Wow, I've never even heard of scramble. I love their designs, and their rashguard and spats look awesome!
     

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