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Wednesday, August 06, 2014


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I have a few things from Pony Club Grappling Gear. The "Juliet" spats, other wise knows as the unicorn spats, are my favorite that I own. What girl doesn't want to compete wearing some bad ass unicorns and rainbows? Their sizing chart was dead on point. Once sweaty they compress a little better and feel amazing. I don't feel the need to readjust to make sure I'm not showing off any unneeded skin. I have worn them for both Jiu Jitsu and Running they seem to be holding up well to all the abuse.

As a sidenote, you can't leave off Toro BJJ. They have some pretty sweet tees to show off all your Jiu Jitsu love while you are on and off the mats.

Thomas Nadelhoffer

Amber, Thanks! Hopefully, you make it back to the low country soon for some training. That said, I wanted to note that I didn't list Toro because Boomer can't get a proper web page set up! Obviously, I love both Cageside, Toro, and the entire TJJ crew. That said, you have convinced me to go back and add them in. My original plan was to post something separate just about the work Boomer has done not just to make affordable gear but also to promote the sport! In the meantime, I will add Toro/Cageside to the above list!

p.s. I also should have included Fenom Kimonos, Fighter Girls, and Maganda (all made for women grapplers)--which I have now gone back and added!

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