TATAMI FIGHTWEAR Limited Edition Co-Branded Copacabana BJJ Gi Now Available at MMA Warehouse

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Tatami Fightwear and MMA Warehouse have teamed up to bring you this fresh looking, limited edition co-branded BJJ Gi called the Copacabana gi. With only 120 in existence, you could be one of the few in the world rolling in this splended gi, based on Tatami’s Estilo 4.0 gi, for $129.99.

Tatami Co-Branded Copacabana Estilo 4.0 Gi (Limited Edition) Tatami Co-Branded Copacabana Estilo 4.0 Gi (Limited Edition)

Tatami Fightwear and MMAWarehouse.com have come together to create the ultimate Gi for both the strictly Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner or MMA fighter that is well-rounded and trains in the Gi! The Co-Branded Copacabana goes above and beyond the standard of what makes a great BJJ GI. Designed for the athlete that requires the highest quality and craftsmanship but appreciates style and presentation. A must for any serious athlete that trains in Mixed Martial Arts Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu or both! The Co-Branded Copacabana GI comes with the following features and benefits: Same design as the popular Tatami Estilo 4.0 Limited Edition 120 made 550gsm Single Piece Pearl Weave Jacket Canvas rubberized collar opposed to normal twill collar. Canvas BJJ GI collars are sturdier than traditional twill collars and help to keep the shape of the kimono Triple stitched across all stress points Embroidered Tatami and MMAWarehouse.com logos Heavy 12oz Canvas pants opposed to traditional twill. Double reinforced knee padding triple stitched with over lapped seams 4 Drawstring loops on the trousers to help keep the pants in the correct position on the body Rope drawstring as opposed to the traditional twill which allows for tighter fastening of the pants and more comfort when training











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I'm a 1st Dan Black Belt & certified coach in Japanese Atemi Ju Jitsu, have trained in BJJ and Muay Thai and currently train in CSW (Combat Submission Wrestling) at MCKG under Mel Corrigan. I love to compete and have medalled at openweight events. I've a total appreciation for all martial arts and always eager to learn new techniques!

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