This is a review of the Elite Sports Ultra Light BJJ Gi.
The feel of this is soft with a nice loose fit. I wear an A4 because I use the dryer to dry my gi’s. I wear 2 gi’s per day (morning class & evening class), 6 days a week, so I do not have time to hang dry them. The gi tend to shrink a little bit which fits better for me in the long run.
So far, the gi shrunk a little bit, not as much as my other branded gis, but I have only worn/washed these a handful of times. Time will tell if they shrink any further.
The lapel is soft and not rubbery, the fabric is light and soft. The material feel is comparable to my Gr1ps. The quality is very good and comparable to my other $80-$100 gi price-range. As far as the cost, this is a great gi for those of us that go through gi’s very quickly due to the daily wear and tear.
I do appreciate the minimal brand patching on this Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu gi. Some companies seem to go overboard with this. And this white gi with it’s black patches and blue stitching is a perfect color combination.
I highly recommend this gi brand. I have students at my BJJ School that also wear the Elite Branded Gi’s and they are satisfied with their purchases.
Link to this White Elite Sports Ultra Light BJJ Gi.
Our first year has gone by very quickly and our school’s growth has been amazing. We had a great evening at Strike City, filling out 4 lanes. So much fun that we forgot to take pictures! We want to thank all the parents, students and teammates that joined us this evening to enjoy each other’s company outside of Jiu-Jitsu.
Looking back at our first year, we’ve placed in several tournaments. We grew as a team and formed a family. We were honored by Professor Babalu and family’s visit for our 1st Promotion Ceremony. We’ve shared meals together, laughed together, and even cried together (we’re always thinking of you Jesus Quinton).
I look forward to seeing the continued growth of what we are building together.
We are proud to sponsor our local Meadow View Elementary School PTO and their Jog-A-Thon event for 2019.
It’s always good to see the children participate in a healthy activity and raise money at the same time!
Joey competed in this weekend’s Sub League Qualifier 2 Submission Only Tournament. He won 2 matches, tied 1 match and lost 1 match. Placed 4th overall and eligible to participate in the upcoming BJJ Championship Tournament in June.
We are proud of what he has accomplished in his first ever BJJ tournament and look forward to seeing him compete more in the future!
We had Professor Renato “Babalu” Sobral from Babalu’s Iron Gym join us at our first Kids BJJ Promotion Ceremony today.
Our Kids BJJ started with warmups and went straight to specific training. Professor Babalu and Professor Michael went through our final assessments for all of the promotions to be awarded today.
We are proud of all of our students and their determination to improve, not only physically, but also as students, sons and daughters.