The judo uniform consists of a tunic, pants, and a belt (sash). each the tunic and therefore the pants area unit white, and therefore the belt color varies consistent with the wearer’s rank. though the official belt colours area unit black for the first to fifth Dan (degree), red-and-white for the sixth to eighth Dan (with a special pattern for every rank), and red for the ninth Dan and better (8th Dan and better in women’s Judo), a black belt may be employed by those with ranks of sixth Dan or higher. though those with ranks below the “Dan” category usually wear a white belt (in women’s martial art, belt colors apart from white belts have a 1-centimeter wide reference point in their center), laws stipulate a brown belt for first to third Kyu (grade), and a purple belt for juniors stratified from first to third Kyu.


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