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Brute Force Kimono

Brute Force Kimono

Color: White
Regular price £190.00
Regular price Sale price £190.00
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Introducing the Brute Force Kimono, created alongside our friend Gardar.

Gardar Eide Einarsson is a Norwegian artist currently based in Tokyo, he is renowned for his thought-provoking exploration of subcultures and societal dynamics, Einarsson's art spans various mediums.

Central to Einarsson's work is the examination of moments when individuals are propelled to challenge established norms and power structures. His work offers a poignant commentary on the interplay between individuals and authority.

The Brute Force Kimono, available in white only, features a clean, minimalist aesthetic, allowing for Gardar’s art of the same name to take precedence, with key elements found across the back and the pant leg of the 450g pearl weave jacket and 10oz canvas pants.

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Care Guide

Wash Instructions
  • Separate Colours - Wash your Jiu-Jitsu gi separately from other clothing, especially during the first few washes, to prevent colour bleeding.
  • Cold Water - Use cold water for washing to help preserve the colour and prevent shrinkage.
  • Gentle Cycle - Use a gentle cycle on your washing machine to avoid excessive wear and tear on the fabric.
  • Mild Detergent - Use a mild detergent to clean your gi. Avoid using bleach or fabric softeners, as they can damage the fabric and affect its performance.
  • Inside Out - Turn the gi inside out before washing to help protect the outer layer and maintain its appearance.
Drying Instructions
  • Air Dry - Air drying is the best option for your Jiu-Jitsu gi. Hang it on a clothesline or a hanger to dry naturally.
  • Avoid Direct Sunlight - If drying outdoors, avoid direct sunlight for extended periods to prevent fading.
  • Shrinkage Prevention - If you're concerned about shrinkage, consider allowing the gi to air dry until it's slightly damp and then finish drying it in a low-heat dryer for a short time.
General Care Tips
  • If your gi has patches or embroidery, turn it inside out before washing to protect these details.
  • Regularly inspect your gi for any signs of wear, loose threads, or damage. Repair any issues promptly to prevent further damage.
  • If you train frequently, it's a good idea to have multiple gis to rotate between sessions. This allows each gi to air out and reduces the frequency of washing.
  • Fabric softeners can affect the absorbency of the fabric, so it's best to avoid using them.
Remember to always check the care instructions provided on your gi's label, as they may have specific recommendations for your specific model.
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