- Mar 8, 2002
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A Daniel Gracie gym just opened across the street from my house. I've been a little curious but also hesitant to check it out as I'm not in the greatest shape of my life but seems like a fun way to exercise.It's very standard. - IBJJF allows white, blue, and black gis in competetion. In more modern gyms, it is allowed. Our gym allowed it until our professor's professor asked that the professor only allow white, as is traditional. He concended to blue because of our team colors (blue and white). My lineage is Rickson Gracie, but we practice pretty modern BJJ, and we are not formally associated with Rickson. But you go to a place that is more modern, or a place that is more casual (we are very casual except for that one requirement), you'll see black all ovr the place, as well as grey, and any number of other colors. Frankly, I hate white gis.
Thanks. Just did. Their navy is nice. But not seeing royal blue.
Again the navy (pig suede) is really nice ... but it's not royal. Still, I bought a pair to see. Thanks.
Get bespoke sneakers.Dare I suggest that this may be the universe sending you a message?
the black was news to me, so are mismatched colors!Albino and Preto just did a collab with pleasures which included a gi for casual wear.
Also black gis were pretty much the standard at my school, including a couple custom jobs the owner had for sale. That and mismatched colors for tops and pants. If I travel to a school that doesn't have rentals I'll pack a white one just in case but that's literally the only reason I own it.