Nexa Custom Karate Uniform | Karate Gi

Nexa Custom Karate Uniform | Karate Gi

Nexa Custom Karate Uniform

  • Material: 65% Cotton, 35% Polyester.(approximately)
  • High quality and excellent weaved fabric. 
  • Extra stronger thread stitching in same or contrast colors. 
  • Full sleeves and pants. 
  • Manufactured in accordance with all major competition rulings. 
  • Belt, White Jacket & Elastic – Drawstring Trouser. You Can Put Clubs –School –Gym Logos/Patches with Ease On This Uniform.
  • Lightweight & Preshrunk, this karate uniform is very lightweight & preshrunk.
  • Breathable anti rip & rash free fabric, fabric is fully breathable & rash free, no sweat odors.

MOQ

  • 20 Pieces

For Customize Label and Design

  • We offer customize label and design. Minimum order quantity should be at least  50 pieces

Delivery Time

  • 10 To 15 Days (For Small Orders)
  • For Bulk Quantity kindly send inquiry for detail.

Our Services

  • Quick Response
  • Sample Available
  • Low MOQ
  • Private Label & Package Design
  • Quality Guarantee
  • Door to door shipment
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Description

Custom Karate Uniform | Karate gi

Karategi (空手着 or 空手衣) is the formal Japanese name for the traditional uniform used for Karate practice and competition.

    A karategi is somewhat similar to a judogi (柔道着 or 柔道衣, Judo uniform) as it shares a common origin; however, the material and cut of the uniform is generally much lighter and looser fitting.

  The heaviest of Karategi (custom karate uniform) are only 0.5 kg (16 oz) compared to some judogi at 1 kg (35 oz).

   Because of the nature of Karate training which emphasizes striking, kicking and a more limited range of standing throws compared to Judo

the karategi has evolved in a manner that maximizes mobility and speed without the extremely coarse and strong fabric required for grappling and throwing found in Judo.

    They are made from smooth cotton which may be brushed or ribbed for unrestricted movement and added comfort. Reinforced stitching is common, as to compensate for the stresses put on the gi.

Inferior karate uniform are often cut from a light fabric similar to that of a summer shirt.

   These karate uniform are easily ripped, and tend to adhere to the practitioner’s skin, creating some discomfort after any extensive perspiration is experienced.

Such materials yield a karategi no heavier than the 0.2 kg (8 oz).

    Most quality karategi are cut from a light canvas style cloth because of its ability to stand up to considerable amounts of rigorous application and abuse without restricting the mobility of the karateka. Typically, such karategi weigh at least 0.3 kg (10 oz).

    The weight of the material helps Karateka determine how rigid the suit will be. 0.34 kg (12 oz) or 0.40 kg (14 oz) cotton canvas is standard, although some manufacturers offer 0.45 kg (16 oz) materials.

    It is not unusual for a martial artist to feel better cooled when using a heavier karate gi, compared to the cheaper karate gi.

    Naturally, heavier suits will be more rigid. This rigidity increases ventilation within the suit. The heavier gi also has a more pronounced sound when a move is executed.

    Despite the extra weight of the heavier fabrics, most experienced practitioners prefer them due to their durability, and the ability of the thicker fabric to wick away perspiration.

    The three main cuts of  karate gi are Kata, European and Japanese.[5] The Japanese cut has short sleeves and trousers for less restriction. This cut also has a longer lapel that prevents it from riding up over the belt (obi).

    The Kata cut is very rare. It has even shorter sleeves and is chosen more for aesthetic appeal. European Cut has longer sleeves and trouser. The lapel is shorter. This cut again is chosen for aesthetic appeal.

Karate gi come in a wide array of colors. Most Karateka still wear white. Some clubs use a system of differing colors to differentiate students from instructors.

Karatekas hone their skills at the dojo wearing karate gi

    Different styles of Karate have slightly different uniforms though all share the same basic design, differing only in the lengths of sleeves, legs and the skirt of the uwagi (jacket).

   Many karateka tend to wear their obi (belt) much longer than judoka and other martial artists.[6]

    Karate uniform are sometimes worn to practice other arts, such as jujutsu, when the practitioners are young and can expect to grow out of the gi in a few years; in this case, their reduced durability in comparison to judogi is less of a factor,

and buying karate uniform until the practitioner stops growing is more cost-effective.

    The karate gi appears to have been developed from the Judo uniform. When Gichin Funakoshi demonstrated karate in Japan at the Kodokan, he still wore a traditional judo gi.

 

Why Choose Us

20 Years OEM experiences at Manufacturing custom Boxing Equipment,
MMA Gear, Fitness Wear, Crossfit Product, Accessories, Martial Arts, Sports
Wear, Sports Goods.
– Competitive price and superior quality
– The stable supply chain to guarantee prompt delivery
– Accept trial order and wholesale, sample order is available
– Sincere service (Effective pre-sale, communication+ Good, after sale service )

What Makes as Different from the Rest of Suppliers out there?

Other Well Established Names in the Market are not looking to establish
their Name, while Nexa Gear our team of dedicated and innovative
staff members work day and night to accomplish our goals and We don’t
Rest until our Clients are satisfied with our performance and Services.
It’s Our Willingness to Go the Extra Mile Which Makes Us Stand out from
the Crowd. If you are a growing business, We will help you Grow With
Fastest deliveries Through DHL Express and Premium Quality of Products
From our Wide Range of Products Because We Believe that we Grow
When Our Client Grow’s, and IF you Are an Already Established Name then,
we will be the adrenaline punch Your Company Must Try.

How Our Products are Cost Effective?

Because, we are a manufacturing company with our own production units.
The dealing is directly between the manufacturer and buyer, Thus
Reducing the Cost of the products
Because there is no 3rd party involved in the Transaction.

How Our Products are Premium?
Because, we supervise the process of manufacturing from purchasing
raw material to Final packed Products our staff keep eyes on every
detail precisely and Make sure that Our Products are what we claim them
to be and that’s “Premium”

FAQ

Q:  Do you offer sample for review quality?
A: Yes .we offer sent sample, sample need charge the sample
cost and shipping cost. Once you place order above our
MOQ, we will return the sample cost to you.

Q:  Do you accept Paypal for sample?
A:  Yes.

Q:  Can you put my logo on the product and do my own package? 
A:  Yes.

Q:  How to process an order? 
A.   Send inquiry- Prompt reply within 8 hours- Send sample (quality check before bulk order) – Draft PO- Signed PO –
Prepare pre production sample- Proceed mass production (after sample is approved) – Send mass production picture
once goods is finished.

Q:How to ship the goods? 
A: We have cooperated with our forwarder for many years.  Our forwarder can take care of your goods and can ship the
goods you.

Q: Payment Term
A:  under US$ 5000, We accept payment through Skrill, Western union, Pioneer, T/T
Over US$ 5000, T/T, or L/C 50% Deposit in advance, full payment received  before shipment.

Q: How long it will take to receive the goods? 

A:  It takes about 30 days for mass production. After the goods is ready, it takes

about 15-30 days for sea shipment, depends on the port.

 

Delivery:-- We always try to dispatch the orders in time (according to confirmed delivery time to customer). --Prices:------- We shall quote you prices on FOB basis as well as on C&F basis according to customer request. --Return Policy:-- Customers must contact within 14 days of receipt of goods, if they find any defect in any item.
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