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    I finally got my hands on century's brushed cotton gi for women and I should have taken Amy Long's advice on buying this a long time ago. This is by far the most comfortable gi I've ever worn. I'm teaching and training six days a week and it's worth every penny for daily wear!
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    What is different about a gi for women? I am curious, not being wise.
    A good teacher is a master of simplification and an enemy of simplism. ~ Louis A. Berman

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eastcoastkenpoist View Post
    What is different about a gi for women? I am curious, not being wise.
    the cut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuckyKBoxer View Post
    the cut.
    Wasn't sure if there was something else to it, or not.
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    Yes it's cut for curves
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    Curves are nice....
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    I am so glad this question came from a woman
    (Was too afraid to ask myself, but my wife is really interested as well)
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    My top is still at the embrodery company. Soon as it gets back, I'll post it.
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    How is your Gi holding up after all the years? Is it durable?

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    How is your Gi holding up after all the years? Is it durable?
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    How is your Gi holding up after all the years? Is it durable?
    Welcome wallace. I don't think AZ has been here in a long time.

    What a blast from the past that picture was. What ever became of Rob? The Canadian news isn't so great at followup.
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