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Avery Jenkins
07-17-2006, 08:18 AM
Has anyone ordered a gi from e-bogu.com, and if so, are you happy?

My gi's are all heading south pretty fast, I need to replace.

Avery

Chuck.Gordon
07-17-2006, 11:29 AM
For the most part, I've had good experiences with E-bogu. You gets what you pays for ...

Most of the uniforms have been decent and have held up fine. Some weapons have been cheap-ish, but I bought the cheap ones, too. When I bought the better grade, they were ... well ... better.

Best weapons on the 'net come from Mugendo Budogu (www.budogu.com) and Kim Taylor's SDK Supply (http://sdksupplies.netfirms.com/).

BUT ... that said, for good, cheap stuff, E-bogu does fine. Fast delivery, good customer service. Occasional free shipping offers.

Eric Webber
07-17-2006, 02:06 PM
I know some folks who have ordered from here, the customer service has been very good, according to them.

rulemaker
07-17-2006, 09:12 PM
Anyone ordered a BUTOKU Brand HiDriTex Aikido Uniform Set from E-Bugo? Any thoughts on its advanced dryness technology? Thanks!

Mel

Dan Hover
07-18-2006, 09:40 AM
I have gotten something similiar from Eguchi with the fieldsensor moisture wicking, and it does work, so I would have to give that a check in the plus column.

Jess McDonald
07-20-2006, 09:25 PM
YO YO! My dojo gets all its gi's and weapons (jo and bokken) from e-bogo. As far as my gi; it's cool. Thick and durable. Cheap too. Only about $33. The weapons are the best though. Made in Japan and strong Oak. I beat my weapons and they're still going strong. Their a little more pricey though; $40 for the Jo and $45 for the bokken. Anyhoo, e-bogu just as fine as any other dealer I've seen. Late. :)