Double Layered Gi + #11000 Traditional Black Cotton Aikido Hakama Set

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About Gi

Mobility and Comfort

  • Double Layer
  • No Back Seamed
  • Thick&Heavy
  • Durable
Gi Size Chart ▸
WEIGHT Heavyweight (Size #4: 1.5kg / 3.3lb)
LAYER Double Layer
FABRIC Heavyweight Bleached Preshrunk 100% Cotton
BACKSEAM No
WEAVE Tight, double, Traditional 'Orizashi' Weave
TEXTURE Solid & Thick
FEATURE
  • Reinforced Seams
  • Heavy Lapel for Grappling
  • Excellent Choice for Intensive Practice
  • Recommended for Intermediate to Advanced Aikidoka

Double Layer Aikido Gi, is specially designed for use in Tournament and Competition. Mobility and comfort are the foremost qualities of this Aikido Gi. The overall weight of this Aikido Gi has been tweaked to promote mobility, while also maintaining enough rigidity to deter grappling.

If you are looking for that extra edge in competition, give this Aikido Gi a try and you won't be disappointed!

Designed Only for Aikido

 

Durable "Orizashi" weave

 

Comfortable Lapels

 

The Highest Quality

 

ABOUT AIKIDO GI
Particular to Aikido Gi is the reinforced shoulder section that extends further than that of other Aikido Gi. This prevents rippage around the shoulder area for both grappling and defense. Also unique to Aikido Gi is the soft and pliable collar that meets heavy grasping in this area.

About Cotton Hakama

Traditional Aikido Hakama made with 100% Cotton

  • Heavy
  • Thick
  • Firm
Hakama Size Chart ▸

Features of #11000 Hakama

The #11000 Aikido Black Hakama is a hakama that dyed the traditionally used cotton in black for Aikido use.The Hakama fabric made with #11000 fabric, which contains many threads of cotton yarns. #11000 refers to the 11,000 threads of cotton yarn weaved between every 1-inch by 1-inch fabric.

In ancient Japan, a unit of weight called “Kanme” was used to classy types of fabric, but it has been replaced with “ban” (Number). Nowadays, #12000 is generally the heaviest hakama. In comparison, #11000 is a nice hakama that is lighter and easy to use. Unlike the synthetic fiber, the moderate stiffness of #11000 maintains the hakama shape when it is worn, creates an elegant posture.

The History of Black Hakama

The colour of Gi/Hakama has a meaning.In ancient Japan, “white” has been the sacred colour. In religion, white is a demonstration of unsullied integrity at the presence of God while in martial arts, white holds the meaning to train with an empty mind.After long years of usage, the white martial art gi/hakama turns darker, tinge by seasons of training.

In other words, the black gi/hakama represents a seasoned practitioner. In today’s world, as stain stands out in white and it has become easier to dye black, more people wear black hakama from the start. However, the importance and difficulty to continue training remain unchanged.

As the colour representation of relentless practices and devotion, black gi/hakama is well loved by Aikido practitioner then and now.

WEIGHT Heavy (Size #26: 1.31kg / 2.88lb)
FABRIC Deep Tone Black 100% Cotton
THREAD COUNT #11000
COLOR Black
BACK-PLATE Flexible Rubber Koshiita
TEXTURE Thick and Firm
FEATURES
  • Reinforced Seams and Anti-tear Patches in Tear-prone Areas
  • Permanent Stitched Pleats for Easy Maintenance and Form retainability
  • Seven Lines of Reinforcement Stitching in the Himo (Waist strings)
  • Excellent Choice for Intermediate, Advanced students or Instructors
Rubber Koshiita

The "Koshi-ita" (Back plate) is made of flexible Neoprene rubber, giving your hips maximum protection during "Ukemi."

Permanent pleats

Pleats are permanently sewn in the inside of the Aikido Hakama, keeping it in place even after washing it.

Beauty of the silhouette

Carefully cut and sewn with quality in mind, the Aikido Hakama is extremely durable, yet does not compromise mobility. Elegantly designed, the beauty of the silhouette composure emanates once you put it on.

The Highest Quality

Product of “MINAMOTO SHOKAI”. Quality Guaranteed.

NOTE
  • May shrink 1 to 2 inches after the first washing.
  • Do not use Dryer, hang dry only.
  • Stretch the Hakama after the first washing to prevent shrinking.
  • The width of shrinkage may differ from the water temperature, soaking time and drying method.
  • No returns accepted after washing.