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The Tatami Fightwear AW19 collection introduces a series of no-gi ranges that once again showcase our unique and creative commitment to producing the best, most varied and functional apparel in Jiu Jitsu. Through our rash guards, shorts and spats we combine not only the most up to date style options but specially designed to maximise performance.
The Burnout collection combines the modern with the traditional. A 3D Tatami block logo dominates the design, with a more subtle kanji print striking through. We’ve included a little nod to just some of the many inﬂuences in Jiu Jitsu the ﬂags of the UK, Japan and USA playing a part.
The Burnout rash guard comes in long and short sleeve and features a white and black contrast with the Burnout logo sublimated on both the front and back of the rash guards. The short sleeve rashie features some sleeve taping on the cut off while the long sleeve features the aforementioned ﬂags to create a stylish and traditional combination.
The rash guard itself is made from an elastic material that sits comfortably on the body with an anti-slip band and moisture function to keep you in the best condition even in the most difﬁcult of sessions.
Key design features:
- Polyester-spandex fabric blend
- Fully sublimated printing
- Anti-slip ban
We use the world leading couriers to ensure you get your parcels on time.
From time of ordering we aim to dispatch all orders from our warehouse within working 2 days.
Flat Rate International Shipping - Flat rate shipping is provided by a tracked courier service. This service can take up to 14 working days.
We reserve the right to use a multitude of carriers including and not limited to
DPD, UPS, DHL or Fedex.
Please note: Free Shipping is the same level of service as paid. If you choose to pay for shipping, you do not gain any advantage from the Free option. It is there fore recommended that you opt for the free shipping where possible.
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