No today it is not about historical background or the historical origin of the karate suit. Also the belt is not in the foreground here. I have already dealt with them in detail at this point.
This time it is only about the Gi itself.
Correct would be Keikogi (稽古着; suit for training), but in the West we have abbreviated the word to Karate-Gi or Gi for short. The important thing is not the word, but that we all know what is meant.
What are the different products on the market ?
What do the many technical terms of the manufacturers actually mean?
And what comes in the end for me into question ?
Freely according to the motto:
„Show me your Gi, and I tell you what kind of Karate you do“.