Team Gis and team wear such as T Shirts and hooded tops are worn by non competitive members of the team just as fans of a football club wear replicas of their team uniforms. Branded fight wear such as tracksuits and polo shirts might be worn as casual wear by persons who might not even be interested in training in MMA or BJJ.
This kind of widespread and varied use of Branded Fight wear has made it a good medium to promote businesses, in addition to teams and sports clubs. This is particularly true in the case of businesses that produce fight wear. For example, MMA Store advertising on fighters MMA Shorts at a competition.
While all of us would be aware in a general way what MMA Gear is, many of us might be surprised at the kinds of fight wear that falls under this category.
In general, MMA Gear is tailored to the different kind of training that a fighter is training in. Some kinds of fight wear require tight body-hugging wear (rash guard) to reduce drag; others require loose clothing for easy movement; many might require moisture absorption to remove perspiration; yet others require protective elements to be incorporated into the wear i.e. the padding in MMA gloves.
Distinctive uniform-like different colour Gi's serves to distinguish between the two fighters in a competition. When 2 fighters are wearing the same colour gi in a BJJ competition then one of the fighters is asked to wear a green and orange belt so the referee and the spectators can tell who's got what points. In mixed martial arts competition one fighter is normally asked to wear blue gloves and the other fighter is then asked to wear a red pair of gloves.
Well-done embroidery adds a touch of style and quality to your branding exercise. When the embroidery is stitched into the cloth, it is more permanent than painted material, which can become indistinct over many washes.
With the aid of computers, embroidering is not the kind of time-consuming manual craft it was in earlier times. Your logos and designs can be transferred to jacquard tapes, which are then used to control the sewing of the embroidered patterns into the sportswear. So if your an MMA company that wants to sponsor a fighter or an instructor that wants to promote a team then customised fight wear is the answer for you.