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      Gi Review - Ultralight 2.0

      Gi Review - Ultralight 2.0

      Cutting weight and needing to save as much weight as possible? Looking for a Gi to train in while you're on the go? Need a Gi that will keep you cool when the Porrada gets spicy? Kingz latest offering of their Ultralight may be able to answer all the above. Same High Quality Gi you expect from us, only difference is the styling as with the 2.0 we have gone with a more minimal styling. 

      Durability             

      Despite being a light gi, the Ultralight 2.0 is extremely durable the ripstop pants are especially tough, made from 8 oz cotton/polyester ripstop material, it has  double reinforced padding on the knees, and a custom drawstring, which stretches to provide a secure knot. The jacket is an ultra-lightweight 420 GSM Pearl Weave, made from a single piece of fabric, which both provides both durability in its streamlined construction, as well as cuts down on the weight of unnecessary seams. The lapel is synthetic heat resistant vulcanized rubber, covered with the same cotton/polyester ripstop as the pants. All in all this provides an extremely durable Gi, made to withstand multiple training sessions per week. 

      Cut 

      The Kimono is extremely fitted, and an excellent competition cut with no material being wasted. There is minimal shrinkage, i have washed mine on multiple occasions and it still feels brand new ! 

      Comfort 

      Being extremely light, our lightest kimono to date, the Kimono feels weightless on you and has managed to improve over its predecessor. With the extreme competition cut, you feel protected in your Gi but not suffocated. 

      Style-

      Embroideries on each arm, back of the neck and up the leg replace the woven patches of the 1.0. The style is very clean and streamlined, allowing the competitor space to add his own academy patches without taking away from the pleasing aesthetic of the kimono. 

      Overall 4.5 / 5

       

      Don't just take our word for it - read the reviews of customers who have purchased the Ultralight 2.0!

      Gi Review - Nano 2.0

      Gi Review - Nano 2.0

      Gi Review - Nano 2.0

      Kingz Kimonos revamps it’s widely popular Nano kimono and has released the Nano 2.0, with the same durability as the original, the Kimono comes in 4 colour ways.  With a 400 GSM Pearl Weave jacket, made from a single piece of fabric, with synthetic heat resistant vulcanized rubber lapel, and pants that are made from a comfortable 8 oz drill cotton material, the kimono seems to be of the same if not better quality as the original. Of course, as always, the Nano 2.0 is an IBJJF legal kimono.

      Durability             

      Despite being a light gi, the Nano is extremely durable the cotton pants are especially tough, made more so with double reinforced padding on the knees.

      Cut     

      Being a light kimono, the cut is extremely fitted, so no material is wasted. The pants can be a bit short for the taller grappler so always go for the L option. But apart from that it is a well fitted kimono.

      Comfort   

      Being extremely light, you almost feel like you are wearing no kimono, the Nano has certainly improved over its predecessors, and with the cut being extremely well fitted the kimono makes you feel like you are wearing armour!

      Style  

      Like many of the newer Kingz kimonos, the Nano is very minimalistic in its styling, the Kingz Nanō is adorned with high-quality embroidered Kingz logos instead of woven patches, on the shoulders and back, and a custom “Nanō” 2.0 logo on the collarbone and shin of the pants.

      Overall   

      Don't just take our word for it - read the reviews of customers who have purchased the Nano 2.0!