GITNUX REPORT 2024

Jiu Jitsu Gi Size Chart

The Jiu Jitsu Gi Size Chart provides sizing information based on height, weight, and specific measurements for sizes A0 to A4 to help individuals choose the appropriate gi for their body dimensions.

Author: Jannik Lindner

First published: 7/17/2024

The Jiu Jitsu Gi Size Chart provides a reference for selecting the appropriate size based on height, weight, and specific measurements (A, B, C, D, E) for different sizes ranging from A0 to A4. It helps practitioners find the right fit for their Jiu Jitsu Gi to ensure comfort and optimal performance during training and competitions.

Chart Data

Size Height (feet) Weight (lbs) A (inches) B (inches) C (inches) D (inches) E (inches)
A0 4’9″ – 5’1″ 100 – 120 59-61 21-22 14-15 36-38 30-32
A1 5’2″ – 5’6″ 120 – 155 62-64 22-23 15-16 38-40 32-34
A2 5’7″ – 5’10” 156 – 190 65-67 23-24 16-17 40-42 34-36
A3 5’11” – 6’1″ 191 – 220 68-70 24-25 17-18 42-44 36-38
A4 6’2″ – 6’4″ 221 – 250 71-73 25-26 18-19 44-46 38-40

Conclusion

The Jiu Jitsu Gi Size Chart provides detailed size specifications based on height, weight, and measurements for each size category, helping practitioners select the optimal fit for their training needs.

FAQ

How do I find the right Jiu Jitsu Gi size for me?

It is recommended to refer to the size chart provided by the manufacturer of the Gi. Taking accurate measurements of your height, weight, arm length, and chest size will also help determine the best fit.

What should I do if the Jiu Jitsu Gi I ordered doesn't fit me properly?

You may need to exchange the Gi for a different size. Many online retailers have return and exchange policies in place for situations like this. It's important to check the specific policies of the store where you made your purchase.

Is it better to get a Jiu Jitsu Gi that is slightly bigger or smaller than my actual size?

It is generally recommended to go with a Gi that is slightly larger rather than smaller. A Gi that is too small can restrict movement and be uncomfortable to wear during training.

Are there specific size considerations for different Jiu Jitsu styles or academies?

Some academies or styles may have specific preferences when it comes to Gi sizes. It's advisable to check with your instructor or academy guidelines to ensure you are selecting the appropriate size.

Can I tailor or alter a Jiu Jitsu Gi if it is too big for me?

It is possible to have a Gi altered by a professional tailor if it is too big. However, it is often more challenging to alter a Gi that is too small without affecting the overall fit and functionality of the garment.