When Japan and Brazil meet. The two martial arts territories meet to form the Fighting Films Brazilian jiu-jitsu kimono. The result of a long process of reflection to offer a quality kimono at a reasonable price.
The Yokai kimono, named after creatures from Japanese folklore, is our first product in our growing Brazilian jiu-jitsu range.
Why Brazilian jiu-jitsu? It’s a martial art cousin to judo, focusing on ground work, which has become increasingly important in today’s judo. Judokas who are frequent practitioners are obliged to practice this martial art to perfect their mastery of the ground. But judo kimonos are not ideal for training in the best conditions.
Highlights of our Brazilian jiu-jitsu kimono:
So we created our first Brazilian jiu-jitsu kimono following the requirements of jujitsukas. With this lightweight (450g), high-quality kimono, you can practice jiu-jitsu several times a week and in competition. The jacket is made of cotton and woven in rice grain. Last but not least, the pants are made of Ripstop, a material specially designed for ground combat. Extremely resistant and lightweight, it’s the fabric par excellence for JJB.
The kimono is mixed and available in three colors: White, Black and Khaki.
This simple kimono is nevertheless customized in the Fighting Films colors. The logo is embroidered on the heart and written in Japanese just below. On the back, the inscription “Fighting Spirit” is present. Finally, the pants are also slightly customized with Fighting Films written in Japanese.
With this kimono, you can train or fight in French and international CFJJB competitions .
Discover our article on the differences between a judo kimono and a Brazilian jiu-jitsu kimono.