Chapter 4 - Four Courners - Black

Regular price $ 179.00


Tonal black on charcoal exterior with an interior pop liner inspired by the Navajo.  The Navajo are a tribe a group of Native American people from the Four Corners area of the US where Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico and Utah meet.  This gi was designed pulling inspiration from our Navajo neighbor's blanket weaving patterns and styling with a modern color twist. 

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  • 550 GSM gold weave jacket
  • 12 oz Canvas cotton pants
  • Sublimation print satin on the inside jacket yoke, jacket vents, pant vents and crotch
  • Gold weave gusset and inside knee reinforcment on the pants
  • Includes wooden Nine Lives laser engraved clothing hanger
  • 6 belt loops on pants
  • EVA foam padded collar covered with ripstop fabric
  • Woven labels and embroidery
  • ID taped seams on sleeves, pants and bottom hem of jacket
  • White gi with tonal white trim and embroidery
  • Contrast black left vent and tonal white right vent
  • Model (5'11" and 170lbs) wearing A1Tall (un-washed)

    Why Nine Lives?

    Look Good, Feel Good, Roll Good

    Our aspirations are to build a world wide family who already share a common interest in Jiu Jitsu and further refine that to a crew of folks who align with our passions. Nine Lives was established on an affinity for looking good in the streets as well as on the mats. Look good, feel good, roll good. Nine Lives is not reinventing the wheel with our Jiu Jitsu uniforms, but rather focusing on the principles of classic, clean design with a playful vibe.


    Phil Knight (NIKE) said “A brand is something that has a clear-cut identity among consumers, which a company creates by sending out a clear, consistent message over a period of years until it achieves a critical mass of marketing.” NineLives is something that embodies this and is a brand I have grown to love over the years! This has been my favorite Gi brand since starting my Jiu-Jitsu journey! I recommend this brand for anyone looking for a reliable company who stands by their product!!

    Josh S

    I think were all pretty used to the thin rash guard and spat material that"s great until a hole is worn into it. This isn't that, its got enough thickness to hold and not lose a grip over but also breathable. I'm thinking along the lines of Carhart like durability.

    Danny P

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