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The NO GI Story

 

 

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The NO GI company was born in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil, in December of 2004. The primary objective was to promote a social program, giving kids living in the favelas a chance to escape the drugs and poverty rife within this city. Offering these kids a chance to train in combat sports and become part of a caring "family". Within two years of founding the company, NO GI is helping over 2000 kids, providing uniforms for them to train, supervising education, and offering medical and dental support. 5% of gross profit from NO GI sales in Brazil go toward helping these kids.
The name "NO GI" itself, of course implies combat sports which don't use a gi or kimono. The founders of the company however, never intended to exclude Jiu Jitsu and Judo from the mix. They are themselves practitioners of these sports. The name was chosen to reflect what the company stood for: a simple, yet different approach to the fight gear industry. A name that is easy to remember and captures the essence of combat sports.
NO GI makes Brazilian Jiu Jitsu kimonos, grappling shorts and all MMA and no gi related fight gear.
As well as helping the poor kids, NO GI has a program to sponsor professional athletes. Sponsored athletes have included many of the famous CHUTE BOXE team, such as Maurício "Shogun" Rua and his brother Murilo "Ninja" Rua. Vitor “The Phenom” Belfort and Pedro “The Rock” Rizzo are other famous fighters sponsored by NO GI.
Thanks to the commitment to quality, and dedication of sponsored fighters, NO GI is now accepted in the market and recognised by the world press as the leading fight gear company on the planet.
NO GI is proud to have grown 320% in only it's first year, and continues to reinvest into it's social project supporting underprivileged kids and sponsored athletes alike.

NO GI makes the best quality Jiu Jitsu kimonos, grappling shorts and other apparel for grappling and MMA fighting. It has now arrived in Australia.