Wooden Daito Bokken Practice Katana Black w/ Handle Wrap
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    This 40" daito is an ideal practice sword to safely practice your sword skills while protecting your self and partners. Constructed from hardwood and includes two piece handguard. Includes samurai katana sword style handle wrapping (tsuka ito). Great for training!

    Bokken is a training sword, used as a relatively safe and inexpensive substitute for a real blade in several martial arts. They are used in the early stages of iaido when a practitioner has not yet reached the level where use of a iaito would be safe. The exception would be when a certain kata involving two people is performed. Then the veteran iaidoka will use a bokken for safety reasons.

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    Customer Reviews|Average Rating: 4.25 out of 5

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    Reviewed by Blake Bynum on Nov 15, 2012   4 out of 5

    I thought that the bokken was very well made. although the wrapping on the handle did seem to come off a bit easily. i had to add extra adhesive. but overall it is my first order from true swords and i really enjoy having it. it is an awesome training sword.



    Reviewed by Jorge Alonso on Mar 06, 2012   4 out of 5

    My first purchase at True Swords, and so far my expectations were met. Delivery was a week, so it was good. Packaging was a bit large for the bokken, but no real complain then. The bokken itself is of reasonable weight and length. My only problem is that it began to dent and chip within the very first use. Of course, coming from a product of such price, it doesn't surprise me much. My recommendation is to save up money to buy a good quality bokken (usually pricing around $60 and above.)



    Reviewed by Rogerio Hernandez Jr. on Dec 08, 2011   5 out of 5

    The Sword is solid it wont break and i got it in good condition, the only thing i did not like was the brown ring on the sword, i bought the natural wood sword and this one so i switched the rings and it looks better. All in all this is perfect.



    Reviewed by Sue Murphy on Dec 02, 2011   4 out of 5

    It took a while but I got it and it wasn't bad it was a little bent is all



    Reviewed by Spencer Brown on Aug 05, 2011   5 out of 5

    it's a really good training sword. the only thing i dont like is that the tsuba a is an ugly light brown. other than that, i suggest this to any beginners.



    Reviewed by Matthew Patterson on May 30, 2011   3 out of 5

    this is a soft wood fer some reason and had some white cracks on it but dosent matter i am just useing it for musule toneing



    Reviewed by osman kamara on Jan 04, 2011   5 out of 5

    Very great for sparing .. highly recommended



    Reviewed by Evan Corsi on Dec 27, 2010   4 out of 5

    My friend gave me this Bokken awhile back and I liked it so. It was broken when he gave it to me... I guess he hit it against something metal. It was good because it is light and easy to use. Bad because the clothe got off to easily and when it was on it was hard to grasp it.

    But I liked it enough that I am buying a new one :3



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