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    Introducing the HUKI IJF gi

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    Vin

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    Introducing the HUKI IJF gi

    Post by Vin on Fri Dec 05, 2014 6:48 am

    HIKU SHIAI IJF APPROVED JUDO UNIFORM, Red Label.
    Red Label 750g 2015 IJF RulesOfficially approved and homologated from the International Judo Federation (IJF).It is the top suit for the next generation. Lapel and back stitching are according to the IJF regulations, padded, back stitched and the seams are secured. 80% cotton and 20% polyester.
    Complete set includes Jacket and Pants.
    Belt not included.
    Available in size 2/160 to size 195/5.5

    http://www.kodokangear.com/ko-hiku.html

    Photo is showing a pre Red Label model.

    http://www.kodokangear.com/kodokangear-web/Hiku-IJF-White-L.jpg

    http://www.kodokangear.com/kodokangear-web/Hiku-IJF-Blue-L.jpg
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    Re: Introducing the HUKI IJF gi

    Post by afulldeck on Sat Dec 06, 2014 12:54 am

    Do you have sizing charts to show the sleeve length and pants leg length? Part of the problem with the new gi regulations is that sleeve length and pant leg length are a nuisance for us lanky guys.. .


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    Re: Introducing the HUKI IJF gi

    Post by Vin on Fri Dec 19, 2014 5:49 am

    I do not have a measurement chart yet. But the one I have tested seems have a longer sleeve. The Hiku is a new brand here so I don't have any references. The Jacket over all is slightly smaller than the Mizuno Yusho Comp. But the sleeves are longer. The one I have tested is a size 4/180. Washing in cold water with approximately 10 minutes in the dryer after it was hang dried. After pulling on the sleeves while the gi was still wet and again after it was dried. The gi had shrunk approximately 1 cm. This gi fits a person between 5'10 to 5'11, 178cm to 180 cm. Wide shoulders, long arms approximately anywhere from 170 to 190 LB. or up to 86 Kg. I have not tried this one on anyone larger.

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