Gi pants

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  1. koreanizm

    koreanizm Orange Belt

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    This might seem kind of dumb but I lost my pants. My instructor has been on my case about it but in more of a humorous "hey look at that asian kid with the skinny legs." I was wondering if anyone sold JUST pants. If anyone can offer one sized around 30 waist 30 length than I would be grateful. Ill also take used offers based on condition.
     
  2. SSF

    SSF SSFgear.com

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    I carry HCK pants and I think Atama sells just the pants.

    www.SSFgear.com
     
  3. scorcho

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    Wow, that is awesome. I did not know that. I actually know some guys at my gym that wanted just pants but ended up buying a whole new gi. Thanks for the info Ron.

    BTW, are the hoodies in now?
     
  4. fat_wilhelm

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    Ron --

    You should be able to get Ouano pants, too, since Ouano lists them separate on their site, right? My gi order is coming soon, btw...
     
  5. SSF

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    Fat-you are right, I forgot about them.
    Scorcho-My clearing agent is redoing a form so I can pick up the hoodies on Monday.

    www.SSFgear.com
     
  6. koreanizm

    koreanizm Orange Belt

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    Great stuff. Now i need to get some money =).
     
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    Warning, the HCK pants are really thick.
     
  8. koreanizm

    koreanizm Orange Belt

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    Ill probably get the HCK gi pants. Im of the laughing =).
     
  9. koreanizm

    koreanizm Orange Belt

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    Hey Ron, I wear a size 30 pants, what gi size should i get? When I bought my old ones, my instructor juss grabbed one and said this was right. Except it was really big so I had to shrink it.
     
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    koreanizm Orange Belt

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    I am 5'8, 144 lbs.
     
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    hck makes good pants, i would also recomend mizuno gi pants, they are made for judo and are a little bit hinner but still great quality.
     
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    On the flip, what about just jackets? I've got two very nice gis (a Gameness and a GrapplersGear) but the jackets have shrunk on me.

    I know I shouldn't have, but up here in Seattle, it seems like nothing ever air dries. So I've ended up tossing my gis in the dryer more often than I would have liked to. It hasn't seemed to affect the pants too badly, but the jacket sleeves are off my wrist by a good three to four inches ...

    I once found a place that was selling just HCK jackets--but at the time I was looking to buy a complete gi so I didn't keep track of the URL. Any ideas?
     
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    Wow, I am surprised that the jackets shrunk that much. I dry my Kwon JJ gi all the time and it has not really shrunk at all.
     
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    wOg Burien Top Team

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    Gameness, GrapplerGear: A3
    Atama: A3
    Mizuno: size 4
    HCK: size 5

    That's assuming some amount of shrinkage.

    I have to get my (business) suits mismatched also. I wear a "38 regular" jacket, but "38 short" pants--and the pants still need to be hemmed!
     
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    Yeah, I think they were "perfect fits" when I bought them--though my GrapplerGear was used (bought from my instructor). So any shrinkage at all would make them a little small ...

    I can still use them for training and for the small, local tournaments. But if I ever move up to the next level--or want to try an Ezekiel choke or something--I'll be out of luck with the jacket sleeves I've got now.
     
  19. Gaylon Cooper

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    It is so true that nothing air dries in seattle.

    Also 25 days of rain does not help either.
     
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    Do you still need pants?
     

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