Karate gi is the plural of karate gi. The Japanese language implies plurals by context and does not add an s or other indication to the word.
Gi is a Japanese word. It is used to describe Karate uniform.
If you mean putting badges and logos you just buy them and sew them on
The Karate costume/uniform is called "Gi".
There are a number of stores that stock Karate Gi's. Stores such as Pirana Gear, Asian World of Martian Arts and Boxing Supplies all stock Karate Gi's.
The karate uniform is called a gi.
Karate is practiced in bare feet. The karate uniform is called a gi.
I do Karate, and 'Dogi',or 'Gi' for short means our uniform. Since Judo and Karate are both Japanese, a Judogi probably means your uniform.
In "Gi' you good-den" it is a contraction of "give"
In Karate, we mainly use Japanese words. Hence Karate Uniforms is called Gi (Gee)
"DOGI" Gi for short.