As the sport of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu grows you will see many new Jiu Jitsu Gi companies popping up out of know where. You get to a point where you are stuck because there are so many choices and you want to break down your choice for your Jiu Jitsu Gi into 5. Well we have done some research for you and have comprised 5 companies that would best suit your needs no matter what type of Jiu Jitsu Gi you are looking for. This list is in no particular order.
Atama – This brand is the oldest brand and has been around longer than any other brand, even Koral. So if you are looking for stability in a company that has been around the longest this brand would be the way to go. However, not many people like this brand anymore because they still make their Bjj Gis made of two pieces of fabric instead of one.
Submission Fight Co. – This brand is the perfect brand if you are looking to get the best bang for your buck. They have high quality Jiu Jitsu Gear at really low prices. In fact, they have lower prices than any other major Gi manufacturer. So if you are looking to have some extra cash in your pocket this time around, getting a Submission Gi would be the way to go.
Shoyoroll – This brand has not been around for too long but they do have the nicest looking Gis. If you are looking for the coolest looking Bjj Gear and don’t care about money and you are rich then go with this brand. There Gis are hard to come by as they are only sold as limited editions.
Vulkan – I almost didn’t want to put this brand up but I did because of their popularity. They are more popular than a Gameness perhaps. There Gear is pretty decent but kind of on the pricey side as well. They are not necessarily really good at anything, pretty much average Bjj Gear. They do have lots of products to choose from, if you are looking for variety.
Koral – Last but not least, I had to add this brand as well. They are second to Atama for being the oldest Jiu Jitsu Gi brand out there. They have really sturdy Bjj Kimonos but haven’t really changed their designs or anything really that much. They haven’t caught up to modern day styles. They do have really solid Jiu Jitsu Kimonos though. I think this brand also has the best sponsors for Bjj, so if that’s what you’re looking for here’s your way to go.