When I saw the review pitch for this product, I could just imagine how cute my girl would look like wearing it! I mean, of course, I always called her a ninja (because of all her toddler stunts here and there) but yeah, I do secretly want to see her wearing a karate/kungfu clothing! So here goes my feedback:
Description from the product page:
"The Baby Gi is a miniature martial arts uniform, designed as comfortable daywear for babies and toddlers, matching parents or siblings who practise martial arts. The Baby Gi is made of very soft 100% cotton."
Sorry for the picture quality... I took it in my room at night under yellow night, but trust me, the clothes looks much more awesome than the pictures I took! I was given the red colored clothing of size 86 for my review, I'm okay with the red color, as my kiddos are a fan of red color though I wished I could choose the sizes. Turns out my girl is too small for the pants (still a bit too loose when she wears it) and my 4 years old insisted on wearing the kungfu jacket which is a teenie weenie bit tight for him but still wearable.
The cute clothing comes with the jacket, a belt and a pants.The jackets have a closed front so I have to make sure my boy wears it over his head. As for the belts, the knot is pre-sewn onto the belt and the belts are secured with velcro on the side, making it easily adjustable and out of reach of little hands but since it is my 4 years old boy wearing the clothes, there's only a couple of inches left to spare for him to tug at hahahaha... Pants wise, the leggings comes with elastic waist and it is definitely too short for my 4 years old boy to wear together with the jacket so you will end up seeing BOTH my kiddos trying out this clothing for this review.
Pictures taken below of my 2 kiddos wearing the clothings at different occassions. I love the comfortable cotton material used for this clothing and I do think my kiddos look cute in the clothing!
You can get this book from Baby grappling website.
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