About

WTF?

Who?

Shebeast Apparel (SBA) formerly known as SHEBEASTBJJ, started life as a casual BJJ blog and photography/videography site written and maintained by Jiu jitsu enthusiast, Hannah. After years of deliberating the potential for Shebeast, she finally got her ass in gear and launched Shebeast Apparel as a lifestyle and technical clothing brand aimed specifically at badass females.

Why?

Within Jiu Jiu Jitsu, MMA and other typically male dominated sports, womens

clothing is often an add-on. Let’s face it ladies, we’re an afterthought. Y’know, brands remake the same stuff they sell for guys, but add some pink and purple flowers to it and BOOM, it’s now a ladies range. At Shebeast Apparel, our aim is to create a premium range of womens lifestyle (t shirts, sweaters) and technical apparel (rashguards, leggings) that’s not covered in flowers ‘n’ stuff. Because we don’t want that, and we’ve never wanted that. This brand is ran by girls who train, for girls who train, who listens to others that train and what they want from a clothing brand.

Got a Y chromosome? Don’t worry, this isn’t a girls only kinda club. Many of our releases will be in a womens fit, but we will be sure to make plenty in unisex styes too! 

How our releases work

All SBA releases are ultra limited edition. Like limited edition, only even more limitederer.

Each batch will be numbered, and once stock is sold out, that’s it- GONE. The only exception will be release #1- patches.

But why would we do such a thing? Whhhhyyy?!  Well, we wanted to create something a little special. To give you the opportunity to own something that not everybody will have. There’s nothing worse than rocking up to training in your rainbow bearded avocado leggings (that you were 99% nobody else would have the balls to buy), and witnessing another hipster wearing the same stuff..

So, if you see something you like, get on that sh*t fast as it won’t be around for long!

Check out the SHEBEAST APPAREL big cartel store here


2 thoughts on “About”

  • Hey thank you so much for documenting your acl recovery!!!

    It’s really helping me picture and plan for my upcoming surgery. I hope the best for you!

    Thanks again,

    Francisco

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