Lets face it, BJJ involves a lot of gear. From your gi to your water bottle, it helps to have a convenient place to throw all of your Jiu-Jitsu stuff for easy transportation to class or a tournament. There is no more tried and true method then the simple backpack. But don’t just buy any backpack. The art of human pretzel making requires a backpack just as tough as the person carrying it.
We’ve tested each of the following backpacks as well as read hundreds of reviews in order to build a list of what we believe are the very best backpacks for BJJ.
Designed by Jiu-Jitsu athletes and used by countless grapplers, you really can't do any better than the Gold BJJ Jiu Jitsu Backpack. The backpack is made to “last from white belt to black belt” using reinforced stitching and top grade nylon in order to ensure durability. The backpack also includes a waterproof gi pocket in order to stop your sweaty stuff from leaking everywhere. With the Gold BJJ Jiu Jitsu Backpack, you’ll easily be able to carry all of your BJJ gear in style everywhere you grapple.
Looking for something lightweight, sleek and durable? Check out Fuji’s new BJJ backpack. Fuji is known for its incredibly high quality BJJ gear and they go above and beyond all expectations with their stab at a Jiu Jitsu backpack. This lightweight, drawstring backpack is built for those who just want the necessities. Consisting of two pockets, a padded back and a durable construction, this backpack is a steal for the low price of $32.00.
Need room and lots of it? The Twister Jiu Jitsu backpack can carry multiple gis, all your gear and even the kitchen sink. Doubling as a duffle bag, this is the perfect backpack for the athlete who finds themselves on the road often or just has a ton of stuff. Durable, BIG and ready for travel to the ends of the earth, the Twister is a beast of a backpack that can easily handle everything you can put in it.
Worried about carrying all of your BJJ gear with ease and surviving the apocalypse? LHI’s tactical backpack that is 100% water resistant, double-stitched, has heavy duty zippers, utility-style cord pulls, side and front load compression system and literally everything else you could possibly want out of a backpack. Whether you find yourself heading to the gym for a roll or are running from cannibals after a nuclear war, you’ll be happy you have your LHI backpack.
If you’re looking for a lower cost backpack that’s not a piece of shit then WANDF is your best bet. Most of the sub $20.00 backpacks we tested are what can only be described as flaming piles of trash that are only fit for liars, thieves and vagabonds but the WANDF proved different. It’s lightweight, foldable and truly minimalistic but it will get your stuff from point A to Z as well as last at least a few years. This is legitimately a good gym backpack for the price so if you’re tight on cash and need a backpack we highly recommend checking WANDF out.