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Old 10-30-2001, 02:33 PM   #26
deepsoup
Dojo: Sheffield Shodokan Dojo
Location: Sheffield, UK
Join Date: Jun 2001
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If you find a good source for quality drawstring pants, without an accompanying jacket, please post it.
I get mine from:

J Milom Ltd
Springfield Mill, Sherbourne St
Manchester (England)
(0161) 8326155

They make their gi's on the premises, so they're happy to split a gi and just sell you the trousers.

I dont know if thats any use to you, Chris, because I'm not sure where you are. Possibly handy for Kevin though.

Sean
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Old 10-30-2001, 04:07 PM   #27
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Join Date: Jun 2000
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If the only problem is worn out knees, this might help:
At my first dojo we did a lot of shikko and surwari-waza; you knew you were finally a regular student when your knees wore out of your gis, and of course the gi sensei prefered us to wear came only as a set. But you could take the pants to the very nice tailor who sewed our dojo patch on the jacket and he'd sew patches on the knees. I was quite proud when i got to the second set of patches on one pair of pants .

One student with bad knees gave his gi pants to his grandmother, who not only patched them, but put in thick padding when she did so.
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