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ISAMU SHIN KYOKUSHINKAI Superior Karate GI Bright White - K7450

€104,50
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Product description

Popular Traditional Japanese model K7450 GI bleached Full Contact Shin Kyokushinkai Superior Karate gi/ karate suit - Bright White

This suit is designed for the practitioner who makes high demands on the Kyokushin Gi
 
- Jacket of 100% Canvas Premium Cotton and pants of 100% Premium Twill cotton
- Color: Bright White
- ShinKyokushin kanji fully embroidered on the jacket in traditional Navy blue.
- The ShinKyokushinkai karate jacket has 3/4 length sleeves
- Pants with traditional drawstring waist.
- Bleached karate suit
 

Optional embroidery:

1. Embroidery in Japanese Katakana on the jacket and/or pants of your new Karate suit.
It is also possible to put embroidery on your existing suit.
If so, you can send us your Karate suit and we will embroider it for you.

 

2. Embroidery of your organization on your GI.

 

To add embroidery to your order, please follow the following steps:

 

Step 1: Go to Full Contact Karate -> Embroidery. Here you can choose from our wide variety of embroidery options.

 

Step 2: When you have selected the embroidery you like, please insert your name and the desired location of your embroidery.
In the case that you have chosen to put your organization logo on your suit, than please send us your organization logo via info@kyokushinworldshop.com in JPEG or PDF format.

 

Please note…! Cotton is known for shrinking when washing at high tempatures.
104°F/40°C is the perfect tempature for washing your Karate suit.

 

This Karate suit is quite spacious, you may want to take this into consideration when you are going to order a new Karate suit.

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