Originating from China, the three-section staff is a flail weapon historically made of white oak or Chinese red maple. The three-section staff was used in combat as an extension of one's arm to strike, flail, block, choke, disarm, whip, and entangle an enemy or an enemy's weapon. The three-section staff is one of the more complex close-combat weapons, it requires skill and a great deal of patience to control properly.
- 100% rattan construction
- Tiger pattern design
- Each section measures 26" in length
- Sections held together by metal rings and ball bearing swivels
$20.00Foam Rubber practice sai are for training purposes. These foam sai are constructed of flexible rubber and are perfect for practicing your training techniques while reducing the chance of injury.
- True-to-size sai
- Rubber and foam construction
- 19.5" Length
Approximately 1/3 the weight of our steel octagon sai, which makes these aluminum sai perfect for anyone just starting to use sai. The durable metallic finish prevents chipping with leather style wrapped handles. All sai are sold in pairs.
- 1/3 the weight of steel octagon sai
- Made of Aluminum
- Leather style wrapped
- Sold in pairs
Competition Kamas have a unique blade design that reduces air resistance while using them. The natural wood handles are planed on one side to help indicate blade direction. Wrist slings are attached for a better hold. 6-3/4 inches stainless steel blade. Sold in pairs.
- Nicely stained 10 inch long wooden handles
- 7 inch polished, vented steel blades
- Leather thong wrist cord
- 12" handle with 7" steel blade.
- Blade is vented steel and not sharp.
- Wrist straps included for extreme moves.
- Sold as a pair.
- 12" handle
- 7" vented aluminum blade
- Eagle head blade
- Covered with light-reflecting prism tape