Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
In 1993, Royce Gracie introduced Brazilian Jiu Jitsu to the world at UFC 1 by dominating all of his opponents. Since then the popularity of this modern martial art has exploded and become the legitimate worldwide sport that you see today.
In the early days, it was almost impossible to acquire a genuine BJJ Gi without importing one from Brazil, and even if you did manage to get your hands on one, it's unlikely that it would fit you correctly!
For over 10 years, Made4Fighters have offered an extensive range of gi's and belts for all price ranges, sizing and requirements. If you need a gi that's lightweight for competition, heavyweight for training, or IBJJF approved - we've got you covered. And yes, we do have uniforms for Men, Women and Kids too!
The Dark Side of No Gi
Although submission wrestling is one of the oldest forms of combat in existence, it is indubitable that the massive surge in popularity of No-Gi Jiu Jitsu was partially due to the growth of it's Gi counterpart. The most prestigious tournament without the gi, ADCC, has been active since 1998 and allows many techniques that are not allowed in Gi competitions - such as heel hooks.
Made4Fighters stock a huge range of products for No Gi Jiu Jitsu such as Rash Guards, Grappling Shorts and Spats (A term coined by our friends at Scramble. Best of all, some designs we stock allow you to compete in the unofficial competition "Who Can Wear The Craziest Apparel On The Mat?"
All of the brands you see on Made4Fighters are hand selected by our experienced team, to ensure we provide you with a wide selection of the best and most suitable products to support you on your jiu jitsu journey. It's not just gi's and apparel either, we stock a wide range of accessories such as
Mouth guards for those accidental mid-roll elbows
Bags and backpacks for your plethora of BJJ Gi'selbows
Sports Tape to keep your body from falling apart
Ear Guards to minimise that cauliflower ear damage
And much more!