I was in need of a new gym bag to help me get all my gear to BJJ class in an organized fashion. In the past I always just used a random duffel bag as a gym bag. This is my first time to use a gym bag that was made for athletes in mind. As the weeks have gone by I realize that I spent the last 15 years of training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu using the wrong types of bags.
Here are my biggest pros about this bag:
- Quality of construction
- Large enough for what I need but not huge
- Pocket for water bottle
- See through mesh pocket
- Small pockets inside for little items
- Converts into a backpack
This bag comes in a Variety of colors and can be found here.
This knee guard is designed for BJJ players to help them stay on the mat.
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I have had this rashguard for over 2 months and have been pretty happy with it. It’s comfortable and fits me well (I am 5’11” 170lbs and ordered a medium). It shows no sign of wear or any defects. The Moko is a high quality rashguard.
My experience with it- I have worn it as much as I can this month to put it to the test. It works great as a no-gi rashguard. It’s comfortable and does not distract me as I train. I also have been wearing the Moko under my Gi. I do not usually wear anything under my gi but I have enjoyed it and will probably continue to do so.
Recommendation- If you like the looks of the Moko you will be happy with the performance and durability. At a price of $64, it is a stylish premium rashguard. If you are just looking for a basic rashguard Fuji has more basic options with the same great quality. This rash guard was provided by Fuji Sports to BjjBrick for the this review.
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