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Print on demand rash guard: 'Arte Suave'


This rash guard really shows the ‘art’ side of grappling. Artwork is influenced by films like 'Twin warriors' ( Tai-Chi Master / Twin Warriors, is a 1993 Hong Kong martial arts film directed by Yuen Woo-ping, and produced by Jet Li ).

My resolve to win is something I work on everyday, something I meet every time I step on the mats. I can't promise i'll win every match but I can promise that the rash guard has been battle tested and evolved over the years, only available in my store. I promise you will love them, I do, I swear everything I make I wear it -every day to the death, i'm wearing this rash guard right now.

Some technical details:

 Everything is built slightly stronger to endure tougher rolling.

  • Medium weight stretchy fabric moves with you, designed from ancient technology. 

  • Harnessing Qi compression fit to keep the kundalini caged.

  • Flat seams move smoothly against your skin like scales.

  • Ergonomic seams and stretch insets for power.

  • Myofascial injury reduction like a shamans  Rod of Asclepius

  • Fibres carved out of hellish stone

This rash guard is factory fresh made to order est 4 weeks factory fresh to your door. It's also available with your logo or name, simply email me at and let's get it made for you. 

Thicker rash guards, better designs, longer lasting, years of experience.. that's Grappling Science.

***Please note that these are made to order. Made in real time just to your specification. Factory fresh to your door est. 4 weeks. Any special requirements like a club logo or name can be added at a drop of an email to for all your custom rash guard and  custom jiu jitsu clothing needs. 

Always here if you want to make this design personalised for you

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