Upgrade Your Training Gear with These Bruce Lee Inspired Long Sleeve Rash Guards: Perfect for BJJ, MMA, and Other Martial Arts Disciplines
Get ready to take your training to the next level with the Women's Long Sleeve Kill Bill BJJ Rash Guard.
Inspired by the iconic movie, this rash guard features a bold and vibrant design that is sure to turn heads in the gym. But it's not just about style - this rash guard is also highly functional.
Made from moisture-wicking fabric, it will keep you cool and dry during even the most intense training sessions. The compression fit and flatlock seams provide excellent support and help to reduce muscle fatigue, while the long sleeves offer additional protection for your arms and shoulders.
Perfect for BJJ practitioners and fans of the Kill Bill movies, this rash guard is also great for a variety of martial arts disciplines, as well as for general gym training.
So show your love for Kill Bill and up your training game with the Women's Long Sleeve Kill Bill BJJ Rash Guard.
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This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!
History Behind The Design
Bruce Lee's yellow and black jumpsuit from the movie "Game of Death" has become an iconic symbol of the martial artist and actor. The jumpsuit was designed by Lee himself and made by a Hong Kong tailor.
Lee's "Game of Death" was a film that he had been working on before his untimely death in 1973 at the age of 32. The film was never completed, but Lee had shot several fight scenes for it, including one that took place in a five-tier pagoda. In this scene, Lee wore the now-famous yellow and black jumpsuit.
After Lee's death, the film was pieced together using these previously filmed fight scenes and new footage shot by Lee's associates. The completed film was released in 1978, five years after Lee's death.
The jumpsuit itself has become a sought-after collectible among Bruce Lee fans and has been displayed in several museum exhibitions. In recent years, it has also been used as inspiration for various fashion and pop culture items, such as t-shirts and sneakers.
In the spirit of modern martial arts, we are inspired and train to continue and carry on the philosophy continuous adaptability in the face of strong adversity and opposition.
- 82% Polyester
- 18% Spandex
- 38-40 UPF
- Fitted Design
- Comfortable long body and sleeves
- Flatseam and Coverstitch
- Very soft four-way stretch fabric that stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains