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post #95791 of 109053
TBH that choke really needs to be done with the gi. IMO there are better attacks for most people to use in no-gi in that situation.
post #95792 of 109053
alls I know dat trachea choke hurts...rolled with a guy literally twice my size lasnite and my defense was basically noodle arms to him
post #95793 of 109053
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

TBH that choke really needs to be done with the gi. IMO there are better attacks for most people to use in no-gi in that situation.

Sure.  Which is why I need my Sashiko Trucker jacket.

post #95794 of 109053
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Originally Posted by BreezyBirch View Post

never know when you want to ezekiel choke someone with your shirt sleeves during a family bbq

I just avoid them, as it would be A LOT.
post #95795 of 109053
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Originally Posted by LA Guy View Post
 

If you could create this in a thick (competition weight) sashiko fabric in any neutral or blue color (I will paint over it!), I would totally be in.  It would need to have the thick, reinforced stitching with thick twill taping on all the stress points that is actually used in (jiujitsu and judo) competition gis.  

 

I am essentially looking for a Trucker jacket (I have a leather one which fits perfectly, and though it is not cotton, it has the same heft that I am looking for) that could, if need be, be used in hand-to-hand combat.  Yes, that tough.

 

Glad to make the jacket as desired. The thick stitching, twill taping would not be issues.

 

Need to understand a little more about the fabric you would like. From what we have, this comes to mind. Is thick, heavy and a sashiko like weave. Can also be dyed to the desired shade. But, it is 100% linen. If you let me know a bit more about the desired fabric, I can source it for you to make the jacket.

 

Will be exciting.

post #95796 of 109053

whoa didn't know so many SF dudes rolled. this is awesome

post #95797 of 109053
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Originally Posted by luxire View Post
 

 

Glad to make the jacket as desired. The thick stitching, twill taping would not be issues.

 

Need to understand a little more about the fabric you would like. From what we have, this comes to mind. Is thick, heavy and a sashiko like weave. Can also be dyed to the desired shade. But, it is 100% linen. If you let me know a bit more about the desired fabric, I can source it for you to make the jacket.

 

Will be exciting.

Linen sashiko?  I've honestly never seen that.  All of the sashiko fabric I've seen is heavy cotton.  This is the fabric and type of heavy twill that is traditionally used on these jackets:

 

 

I don't know the fabric weight exactly, but it is really high.  I would guess at or over 20 oz.  Does this look and sound like the fabric to which you have access?

post #95798 of 109053
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Originally Posted by t3hg0suazn View Post
 

whoa didn't know so many SF dudes rolled. this is awesome

My background is actually in traditional martial arts (kung fu and shotokan), and then kickboxing, before transitioning to MMA.   I learned BJJ much later, in my early/mid twenties, so to become well rounded, but as you know, it's much harder to learn something in your mid-twenties than it is in your mid teens.  It's better than my wrestling, though :(  I had excellent to world class teachers, and I'm afraid that my skill doesn't do their teaching justice.

post #95799 of 109053
@nicelynice Smelling like a tree is awesome. I'm gonna look for some hinoki soap. @g transistor and @thatoneguy, thanks for the suggestions.

good derail.
post #95800 of 109053
You would expect someone in back cp's to have good enough taste to not wear black socks with shorts, but apparently not.

(Regular dress socks, not invisible socks)
post #95801 of 109053
Nothing wrong with that
Suburban fashion
post #95802 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

You would expect someone in back cp's to have good enough taste to not wear black socks with shorts, but apparently not.

(Regular dress socks, not invisible socks)

why would you correlate buying boring, expensive sneakers with having good taste?
post #95803 of 109053

I've seen a lot of black kicks, mid-calf black socks, black shorts lately in various editorials and lookbooks and I've actually liked far more than not.

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@snowmanxl 

post #95805 of 109053
speaking of...
céline 2014 has raf c.2000 vibes, i'm ok with that


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