Dec
17

First MMA/Fight Shirt?

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tapoutcamoNowadays, so many people are wearing shirts that represent our great sport of MMA. From Punisment,Tap Out, Warrior to Sinister, Affiction and many others, the list of companies jumping into the mix seems to be growing steadily.

I don’t own too many fight style t-shirts but I do recall the first one I bought many years back at a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournament in the states. A camoflage Tapout tee (pictured top left) if I’m remembering correctly.

Back in those days it was the original Tap Out Crew manning a small booth, stocked with t-shirts, hats, beanies and more, selling to the small crowds of fighters and spectators that would pass by throughout the day.

I think it’s awesome how much the sport has blown up and that you now find so many people wearing MMA sytle clothing in support of their favourite companies and fighters.

What type of Fight style clothing do you wear and what was the first thing you bought?

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  1. Kyuss says:

    Xtreme Couture – GSP shirt my first, also dig the Silver Star (A Silva UFC 101 walkout T). I like to support my faves, so not just the line but the fighter for me. Nice light material, fits well too. I don’t mind TapOut, but everyone seems to have these days, so like going with something a bit different than the “norm”!

  2. Jesse says:

    Silver Star was one of my first shirts and Conflikt Clothing they have some nice shirts also.
    I have the gloved wings one (my favorite)

  3. stephen hysen says:

    this is one of the coolest sites and joslin has some good cloths

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