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Future Kimono releases their new unlimited options rash guard and shorts

The choice of options is unreal and I do not think any other company has been able to offer such varieties in term of designs but also in terms of modifications such as having your name on the rash guard.

To start with you have the usual IBJJF color options to compete at adult level.
It goes from grey, blue, purple, brown and red sleeves with the same color on the back of the rash guard.
2 options for the sleeves: long or shorts.







Once you click on the rash guard option, you will see all the option for customization.
The size ranges from XS to XXXL
But there are also 9 options for graphics on your rash guard available:
camo, clouds, dots, fish, flowers, mesh, skulls, solid and Triangle.

Once you have chosen on the option for the colors and 
background,
 you have another 2 option to add your name on the back and with another second line as well (the website suggest adding your instragram account




Now, I was a bit concern about the US flag on all the pictures on the website.
But the last second option is to choose any country flag.
I assume you can opt out by not choosing a country for the flag.

The last option is to add the name of your city under your flag.

For the shorts, same amounts of graphic designs: 

Clouds, dots, fish, flowers, mesh, skulls, solid, camo or triangle

You can also choose a country flag and enter your city name under your flag.

If you want to have to a look at the website, https://ftu.re/

It is worth having a look as I have never seen so many options available.

Future Kimonos has really took the nogi uniform
 to the next level by offering customised
made uniforms with 
several individual options such as name etc, instagram, city name.

Words that they are the planning to do similar with the BJJ gi market.

Stay tune.






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