How do you shrink a judo gi?
Before first use, you can simply wash your Judogi in cold water. However, if you want to make it shrink to the maximum from the very begining, you can wash it 2 or 3 times in hot water, maximum 60°C. Washing machine at 30° C maximum.
Can you hem a GI?
Are there parts I shouldn’t hem like the length of the gi top because it might make it likely to rip or unravel or something? Yeah. You can hem the bottom of the skirt. If you pull off the seam taping, you should see the hem.
How should a judo gi fit?
The pants should have a length necessary to not let appear more than 5 cm above the external ankle bones (malleolus). Once tied, each belt end must be between 20 and 30 cm from the knot to the end. The belt should not unravel when pushing on the 2 ends together (the belt should be flexible enough to tie tightly).
Can I put my gi in the dryer?
Don’t throw them in the dryer UNLESS you’re intentionally trying to shrink it. Shrinking is not the only risk when putting your gi in the dryer. Putting it in the dryer one too many times will soften it up, and weaken it.
How do you wear a judo uniform?
Wearing a Judo uniform and tying the belt A Judo uniform belt should be tied in the following order. ① Place the belt center at the front. ② Wrap the belt around the body with the two ends crossing at the back. ③ Bring the two ends to the front and make the first tie.
Do you wear shorts under your GI?
Let’s start with underwear. Yes, you need to wear underwear under your gi pants. But if you only have old fashioned cotton underwear or briefs, that will do just fine as well. It’s also not uncommon to wear compression pants or fight shorts under your kimono.
How do you hem pants?
How to hem pants in a few steps:
- Measure your inseam to find the right length.
- Remove the original hem.
- Measure the amount of excess fabric and trim it.
- Fold the new hem.
- Sew new hem by hand or with a sewing machine.