The latest in the Tatami Fightwear Estilo line. The Estilo 4.0 surpasses all expectations of a BJJ GI. It is designed for the BJJ athlete requires the highest quality and craftsmanship but also with cutting edge style and detailing. The Estilo BJJ GI is constructed using only the best quality materials and is a must for any serious BJJ athlete.
425gsm Single Piece High Tech Weave Jacket
Cotton rubberised collar help to keep the shape of the kimono and stop sweat absorption
Contrast stitching on all Kimono's
New applique embroidery designs.
Triple stitched across all stress points
Estilo E logo embroidered on arm and left leg
Inside cuff and lapel trim
Heavy 12oz Canvas pants opposed to traditional twill. Double reinforced knee padding, triple stitched with over lapped seams.
Elasticated waist with draw cord
Gi Belt Included:
Jacket Patch Locations:
Pants Patch Locations:
Upper Left Leg
Upper Right Leg
my daughter is 71/2 years old. 45 inches tall and weigh 56lbs. I see she seem to fit in the M1 category more, buy I am having trouble with the measurements for C and E. do I measure all the way around? in this case I did and its way more then what is on the chart. I also have a 10 year old daughter as well 50 inches tall, weigh 90lbs., and have the same problem. TIA
A size M0 is likely the best option, per the tatami website.
Answered on 9/3/2014 by MMAWarehouse Staff
My son is 8 yrs old 56 inches tall aprox 73lbs. Currently has a tatami gi in M2 but the pant rise is too small now as is the over all length of the pant. The jacket fits him perfect. Wondering if we order in M3 the jacket might be too large. Any suggestions? His waist to ankle length is 84 cm but his arm span is 120 cm. should we move up to the M3?