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Customer Review of the Foam Escrima
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I bought this foam escrima sticks and they are fine when it comes to practicing. The only shortcomings that I see is that the foam makes it much thicker than I would like. I also realized that while I would love to learn the art of escrima there aren't any practitioners in my area and I would have been better off learning with real wooden escrima sticks which are thinner and would give me the ability to increase my speed. Don't get me wrong the foam sticks are great but unless you are practicing against a live opponent it's pointless as it would be very difficult to hurt yourself. Also the sticks bend easily when you strike a hard object.  
by: rupena
11/29/2006 4:26:49 AM
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