(optional read) Got my Scramble Wave from Budo on Black Friday, finally had the chance to train in it now that I'm at home for Xmas break. First of all I LOVE it. So much swag/style (even though it shouldn't matter in BJJ but given today's Gi market...). I also think I'm the only one in my gym to own it, which is a rare and crazy thing with all of the gi fanatics (SYR fans included) I train with. Lots of guys I train with were checking it out and whatnot. Fit is perfect right out of the bag. Love how the sleeves aren't that big, compared to my Keiko Raca that can probably fit 3 of my wrists in there. One of my friends warned me that it was heavy and gets really hot, and that is true, especially in the Hawaiian "winter" (read: humid as f***). (end optional read) The one problem I've had is the drawstrings "herniating", even after a single use. The thick flexible and stretchable drawstrings develop kinks after a single use. I do the standard ribbon tie or whatever its called, i don't even double knot it. Upon closer inspection, the kinks are caused by the interior rope of the drawstring "herniating" out from the exterior weave. Here's a picture of it after I forced most of the stuffing back in by pinching and playing around with it and whatnot, but I fear that it might become a recurring problem that jeopardizes the integrity of the drawstring, especially if it is prone to happening along the entire length of the drawstring. (too lazy to rotate image) Anyone else have this problem, or a remedy for it? Seems like a minor problem though, albeit one with potential to become a big problem.