Woven Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Patches
- May 07 , 2017
Woven Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu patches are becoming more popular lately. When you hear the word woven what comes to mind? Images of a Native American weaving a blanket together or perhaps a well put together garment might be what you imagine. The word woven to us, however, inspires visions all types of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu patches. From vibrantly colored patches, to unique and meaningful ones, woven BJJ patches come in many different sizes and shapes. They are also used for many different purposes.
Why Woven Patches are Different
Woven Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu patches are one of several acceptable materials used for Brazilian jiu-jitsu patches. The material used is extremely important, as the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation (IBJJF) has strict guidelines for what can, and cannot be worn on a gi. Woven patches provide a durable, elegant, and artistic method for symbolizing a competition team and sponsor. BJJ Gi’s are exposed to grappling and movement, and any patches worn on the uniform must be able to stand up to the pressure exerted on them in training and competition
How to know if a woven Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu patch is right for your team.
If you are a member of a local or national Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu team you need patches to represent who and what you stand for. Woven patches are the perfect way to do this. Once they are applied to your gi they meld into it and become a part of your team forever, so choose wisely. Our suggestion is to aim for a high quality patch that isn’t too heavy for your gi.
Without a doubt, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu offers an incredibly diverse selection patches for your gi and if you want to represent yourself and your team the right way you need to purchase the right patches for the job. Also, remember that the company you purchase from should have the credentials to back up their work. In depth knowledge of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a must. Patch work is an art form, and should be viewed as such. For more information on custom woven Bjj patches visit us online of call 201-573-6200.