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Submission Series 2/14: Guillotine
The Submission Series is a special edition series of t-shirts designed to highlight the top 14 jiu-jitsu submissions. Each t-shirt has an incredibly cool image of the featured
The Submission Series is a special edition series of t-shirts designed to highlight the top 14 jiu-jitsu submissions. Each t-shirt has an incredibly cool image of the featured submission as well as all the critical details for that particular technique (application, preventative measures, diagnosis, etc).
SS 2/14 T-shirt Design Details
Definition: (Gee-uh-teen) Noun - A mechanical device invented in the 1770's by Dr. Joseph Guillotin to serve as a "humane" way to execute the death penalty - widely used during the French Revolution. Reintroduced in the 1900's by the Gracies to serve as a "humane" way to choke someone out. Widely used during the Gracie Revolution.
Application: Wrap their neck, secure your wrist, lift the blade while dropping your shoulder.
Diagnosis: Your fate rests in their hands.
Preventative Measures: Keep your head up.
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Submission Series: 2/14
Garment Details: 100% soft cotton, slim fit, jumbo front chest print and off centered lower back print.
Available in: XS, S, M, XL, 2XL (+ $1.00), 3XL (+ $2.00), 4XL (+ $3.00)
Ryron's Size: Ryron is 6'4" (190lbs) and is wearing a large.
Submission Series 2/14: Guillotine - ReviewsWrite a Review
|Chest Width |
(1" below armhole)
|Body Length |
(shoulder to bottom)