MMA Anyone own or have experience with Koral or Keiko gear bags?

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  1. prophit

    prophit OT Supporter

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    Placing an order with Jiu Jitsu Pro Gear today, just hoping for some direction on which bag would be best. :dunno:

    I'm mainly concerned with lugging around at least a couple of gi's comfortably...

    http://jiujitsuprogear.com/-c-39.html

    ^ the choices.

    Also grabbing 3 gi's.. Koral MKM, a Fuji and a Keiko summer gi. :run:

    Any input is appreciated.
     
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  2. Gogoplata

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  3. Gogoplata

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    Keiko backpack and Koral duffle will both work. I prefer a duffle myself - personal preference.
     
  4. prophit

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    Snagged the Keiko, nicer logo. :o

    Thanks for the feedback. :coold:

    Felt confident ordering the fuji based on cage recommendations. :bowdown:
     
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    Someone is ballin
     
  6. Gogoplata

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    love my fuji :):bowdown:
     
  7. Maestro Nobones

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    it's a fuckin bag... like $10 at academy or whatever
     
  8. Exiled

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    My bag is in the back seat on the floor
     
  9. prophit

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    been putting it off a while... 5 now. :o

    i was doin too much laundry.

    :love: :bowdown:

    I'm within walking distance (15 mins or so). :bigthumb:
     
  10. prophit

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    quality wap post.
     
  11. Exiled

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    You can take your top and pants and take your belt and make a knot around your gi and carry it that way, typically what i'll do unless it's laundry day for all my shit that is in the 2 lockers I use
     
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    LoL no kidding, it's just a bag, my $20 Adidas duffle bag has lasted me 2 years and going strong.

    It's not going to make you any better :ugh:
     
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    adds 2 horsepower :ugh:
     
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    Probably one of those noobs who show up on the first day with brand spanking new and expensive gear, then you no longer see them in 2 months :hsugh:

    ...if not then :o
     
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  15. prophit

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    I was ordering some pajamas and felt like grabbin a bag. Doesn't hurt to find out if they're absolute shit or not.
     
  16. prophit

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    :werd:

    I like to rock it to the club that way. As soon as they spot that $40 bag... well I don't have to tell you how the rest goes, amirite? :naughty:
     
  17. Exiled

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    I want to choke you
     
  18. Hillary

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    I love gi bags...I did just backpacks for a while but gi bags wash a lot easier...and look neat. :)

    Just don't try to use them for anything other than gym gear. I used one for books for a while and it ripped quickly.
     
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  20. Antigeek

    Antigeek Who Dat!

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    Under Armor bag.. holds boxing gloves, MMA gloves, bag gloves, headgear, shinguards, jiu jitsu belt, ju jitsu belt, mouthpiece, and a gi. And Advil.

    $20 at Academy.
     
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    I think that vulgar has one
     
  22. chechen

    chechen Brazilian Jiu Jitsu OT Supporter

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    i feel like you guys just look for excuses to buy "fight gear"
     
  23. Gogoplata

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    some serious hater bullshit up in here.

    the fuck do you guys care where he spends his extra $20? you can wash the gi bag. Its nice if you have more than one gi to have a large bag.

    Shut the fuck up already. Like his bag has any relation to his skill on the tatame.
     
  24. prophit

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    I like the bag. Suck it. :fawk:
     
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    I own a black Atama gi backpack. I commute from home to the gym to work with the backpack. It's really like a potato sack concept bag with the drawstring from a gi pants on top. I've tried using the bags I have from home including North Face backpacks, random duffle bags, messenger bags. They all failed. North Face backpack was impossible because it was too narrow for the gi + spare underwear. Too much padding but pretty comfortable. The duffle bags ripped because I lugged it all day everyday around town. Messenger bag was just too small. I wanted a bag that was comfortable to use for hours at a time. I bought my bag from the actual Atama website. Smooth and all. It almost totaled to be $100. Shit was expensive but every other bag I used ripped.

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    Huge ass picture from Atama
     

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