In Karate, we mainly use Japanese words. Hence Karate Uniforms is called Gi (Gee)
Karate uniforms of today are based on the Judo uniforms that Kano Sensei developed in the early 1900's.
Karate uniforms can be purchased from many places like the online retail store called Amazon. There are uniforms that may only be pants, may only be the shoes, or just comes with a complete set.
The uniform worn when practicing karate is called a gi. There are similar uniforms in other types of martial arts.
Usually patches are an indication of the school at which the person trains and/or their nationality.
Honestly the best thing to do would be either to get a martial arts catalog (I prefer AWMA but Century would probably be easier to get) and order some from there or use Amazon. Using bath robes and cloth belts just looks dorky and unconvincing.
It's spelt like that in Japanese. 'Gi'. However it;s pronounced Gee.
Karate Uniforms (Gi's) For Gkr Karate are $50 each and come with a belt (White Belt) And Club Logo. Just ask your Sensei or the person that marks your card when you go to your local dojo
It is a dogi, or usually just called a gi. It is two pieces. It is held together by the belt or obi.
Karate came to Japan about 90 years ago. It was adapted by many as a martial art and a way of life, similar to that found in the other martial arts. Japan in turn influenced Karate by creating the ranking system and uniforms that are used.
Karate uniforms are almost all white or black. Some, however, can be purchased in red or other exotic colors. The uniform itself is a loose fitting set of both top and bottom. The bottom has a series of belt loops for one's karate belt.