What does a blue gi mean in judo?
The blue gi’s only purpose is to distinguish one opponent from another during a match. By contrasting with the white gi of her opponent, the wearer of the blue gi makes it easier for the judges, referees and spectators to keep track of which contestant is which. The blue judo gi is not indicative of rank or skill.
What loose white suit is worn for judo?
All competitive judogi must be clean and free of holes, tears, or excessive wear. In official national or international competition only white or blue judogi are allowed. Competitors must have available both colors because one contestant in each match is designated to wear a blue gi while the other wears a white gi.
What do you wear under a GI?
The best thing to wear under your Gi is a rashguard. Rashguards are used in No- Gi BJJ because they are durable, breathable and protect your skin. In Gi BJJ, aside from that, they also protect your Gi from your sweat which increases its longevity by almost 50%.
How big should a GI be?
Gi cuff is more than 2 inches before the wrist bone. It is considered too short. Buy a larger size. Gi cuff is right on the wrist bone or about 1.5 inches before or past the wrist bone. GI Kids Kimono – BJJ – Judo.
|K1||3’9” – 4’5”||45 – 60|
|K2||3’10” – 4’7”||60 – 72|
|K3||4’6” – 5’0”||72 – 90|