Overlord Karate Suit Kyokushin

Overlord Karate Suit Kyokushin

189.00 zł
VAT included

General information

Karate is considered the martial art of Okinawa, due to the ban on possession of any weapons on the island. The only way and tool of self-defense was the warrior's body. As a result of the ban, the island's inhabitants united into secret societies in which bare-handed fighting methods were taught. The "Bushi" warrior was able to effectively defend himself with his body against an armed attacker. Trainings usually took place at night and secretly, as they were banned by the authorities. Strikes were practiced on special "makiwara" devices, and special "kata" exercises were repeated many times, allowing one to master the hand-to-hand combat technique without the help of a partner. The opponents of the Okinawans were armed and experienced samurai - in order to emerge victorious in such clashes, the main goal was to overtake the enemy and kill him with one blow. This is how the slogan "Ichi giki" or "Ikken hissatsu" - "One punch - death" was born. Thus, the arms and legs of  defenseless Okinawans became lethal weapons. Intensive and long-lasting training brought the trainees to the highest technical level and stunning impact power, and the hardened body, insensitive to pain, became a terrible weapon. It is customary to call any outfit for eastern martial arts a kimono, but a kimono is a traditional Japanese outfit that the Japanese wore every day, and it was only in the 19th century that it began to be associated with an outfit consisting of a sweatshirt and trousers, which is used in training in eastern arts. fighting. 

The proper name of clothing for practicing eastern martial arts is Gi or DoGi - they all look very similar, but there are many styles and therefore there are also many types of kimonos for training - kimono for practicing karate is karategi, or simply dogi or gi.

KarateGi Kyokushinkai is intended for a contact style of karate in which punches, blocks and kicks are the basic techniques.

KarateGi parts :

Obi - Belt

Uwagi – Jacket

Eri – Flap

Sode – Sleeve

Shita – Hem

Zubon – Pants

Overlord® Karate Suit Kyokushi

The Kyokushin Overlord Karate Suit is a very comfortable karateGi model that is perfect for training, sparring and competitions.. 

The modern cut ensures precision in the techniques performed. Wide, foot-covering pants with a gusset at the crotch provide great freedom of movement, especially important when kicking. The waistband of the pants is finished with elastic and an adjustable string ensures high comfort of using the KatateGi. The trousers are made of fabric weighing 10oz (280g/m2).

The classic Kyokushin Overlord kimono sweatshirt with wide, falling ¾-length sleeves and navy blue Kyokushin kanji embroidery on the left chest is tied with inner and outer strings.

To stiffen the kimono - the sleeve cuffs, the bottom of the sweatshirt and the trouser legs are stitched several times, and the strong seams connecting individual karateGi elements ensure high resistance to damage.

The Kyokushin Overlord kimono is made of very high-quality, absorbent and skin-friendly cotton, with a density that ensures resistance to all types of mechanical damage.

It will work well for both beginners and advanced students with high requirements.

The Overlord kimono will work great in Shinkyokushin, Kyokyshin-kan and other Kyokushin karate styles.

Technical parameters

White belt included

Material 100% Cotton- 10 oz. (280g/m2)
Waist circumference adjustment  Rubber and string
Upper part fastening External and internal straps
Biały pas w komplecie 200 - 280 cm (depending on the size of the kimono)
Color Colors
SIzes 120 - 180 cm

Safety & Comfort

  • The highest quality cotton without the use of chemicals
  • Great freedom of movement
  • High moisture absorption
  • Internal reinforcements
  • Resistance to mechanical damage
  • Pants adjustment ensuring perfect fit and training comfort

Please remember that the kimono will shrink by approximately 8% of its length and 1-2% of its width during the first few washes. The main criterion for choosing a kimono is the student's height, when choosing the size, we do not recommend adding more than 5 cm to the height of an adult athlete, in the case of children's kimonos it can be up to 10 cm - during the first fitting, the pants and jacket should be too big.

Size Chart


  • Don't wash your kimono with colored clothes if you want it to stay white
  • Do not use chemical bleaches as they weaken the structure of the fabric
  • Soak the kimono before the main wash
  • Wash at a maximum temperature of 40°
  • Do not tumble dry
  • As is customary in all martial arts, the kimono belt is not washed

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