I recently received my new Kingz V2 420 Gi for Xmas. Figured I would attempt to do somewhat of a review. Full disclosure I haven't worn it yet to train, will update after that gets done. The biggest thing I'd like to mention is the sizing, I am currently 5'7 and about 220lbs and wear size L t-shirts and 34/30 jeans. This obviously makes it really hard to decide which gi to order, do I go for length or do I look for more that will fit me better around the mid section but still most likely need to be tailored. When Kingz gi's first came out my coach had ordered an A2 in which I tried on, it fit well but was a bit long in the sleeves and legs. When they came out with the new sizes, I knew I had to check out the A2H. Even though the chart says 5'6 to 5'9 175-190, I had a feeling it would fit me well/good enough because of trying on the older kingz and knowing that my A2 Koral fit me, which had similar sizing suggestions. When the gi showed up, my first thought was that it look very sharp. I know a lot of people aren't huge fans of patches but I feel that Kingz does a very good job at having patches that look clean and sleek. But as much as I liked the look, the fit of the gi really makes a purchase for me. Luckily it fit amazingly, even better then my koral which I had always thought was the best. It really lives up to the H, tons of room in the shoulders and mid section area. The pants are also godly like, soooo comfortable and light, I'm really excited to train in them. My only worry is the crotch area looks like it could possibly turn into a problem. I posted pictures why, doesn't look that well reinforced but maybe it doesn't need to be with the material used. I also noticed a loose string on the end of the pants, but it's pretty rare to buy any clothing that doesn't have a loose string or two. I'd also like to say that I got it a fightersmarket.com and those guys(Rene) were awesome, they helped me out a ton when my Storm gi ripped and looked after me while after Storm was giving me/them the run around. Sorry for rambling, but I'll post an update once I roll in in a bit, here are a bunch of pictures.