Fusion Fight Gear Star Trek The Next Generation Gold/ Operations BJJ Rash Guard

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If the 23rd century just isn’t your thing, then slip on one of these unis and show your buddies at the gym that the 24th century is where it’s at (or where it will be at).

Inspired by the uniforms worn in the ground breaking 1987-1993 series Star Trek The Next Generation (AKA Star Trek TNG), these officially licensed, long sleeved  Fusion Fight Gear Star Trek TNG rash guards will take your game beyond the neutral zone.

The gold ops uniform was worn in the Next Generation TV series by the likes of Worf, Natasha Yar (RIP), Geordi Laforge, and everyone’s favorite android Data.

This Star Trek compression shirt comes complete with your own rank buttons and comm badge, which unfortunately doesn’t work (we’re working on that for version 2).

Perfect for repelling nasty bacteria, these BJJ rashguards have a tight compression fit and make it tough for your opponent to grab you. They are also great for wicking moisture away from the body, and will dry very quickly.

They can be worn with just a pair of shorts or spats for no-gi grappling, or under a gi to keep you nice and cool.

High quality flatlock stitching makes them great for resisting even the toughest wear and tear. They’ve been printed with a sublimation process meaning that the design will never crack or peel off.

The material is a high-end 80% polyester, 20% spandex blend. This higher spandex content creates more elasticity and results in a more comfortable, contoured fit that hugs your body and makes you tough to grab.

Size chart

Small – up to 145 lbs (65kg)
Medium – up to 165 lbs (75kg)
Large – up to 200 lbs (90kg)
XL – 200 lbs (90kg) to 225 lbs (102kg)
XXL- 225 lbs (102kg) +

All Fusion FG compression gear is overbuilt to withstand the strains of grappling, but it can and should be used for basically any other sport where you sweat such as; surfing, cross-fit training, snowboarding, hockey, weight lifting, running, yoga, cycling, and the list goes on…