Atama Loose Fit Grappling Shorts for No Gi Competition and Training

Atama Grappling Shorts
In the sport of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, many tournaments require the use of a special uniform, called a gi. This uniform is made from heavy, durable fabric and includes a kimono-like jacket and pants with a drawstring waist, as well as the competitor’s belt.

However, “no gi” Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is beginning to grow in popularity, both in training and competition, in which the practitioners earn different belt colors but do not wear the traditional gi.

For this reason, the need for durable, strong and athletic apparel is growing for many participants of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. This includes grappling shorts, made from durable material but lightweight for working out and performing Jiu Jitsu. Grappling is a large component in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu movements and competing. Each component must manage to maintain leverage while facing off with a competitor and needs clothing that will stay put and withstand the physical demands of the sport.

The Atama loose fit grappling shorts also include a Velcro fly and an adjustable waist flap to create a custom fit for the individual. The off-center waist drawstring loops through the waist flap and ties inside to prevent accidental tangling or coming loose of the drawstring. Individuals will appreciate the all black appearance of the shorts, which look professional, sleek and athletic.

For Brazilian Jiu Jitsu no gi competitors, the proper type of clothing is essential to avoid ripping, tearing and coming loose during practice or competition. The Atama loose fit grappling shorts fills these needs and more.

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