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Weapons > Kendo Weapons > Hardwood Bokken - Youth Daito

Hardwood Bokken - Youth Daito by House Brand

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Hardwood Bokken - Youth Daito


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Product Description
    • Beautifully crafted to resemble a real samurai sword, this red oak sword is great for practicing techniques without the danger of using a "sharp" sword
    • Two piece hand guard included
    • 22" blade, 7" hilt for a total length of 29"
    • Shoto Bokken available in 22"
    • Red oak

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    TJ

    The girth of the Daito was pretty thick & a little on the heavy side, so I ended up running it thru my planer & router to get the size down more to federation size & weight of the Mokum  
    by: Jody Johnson
    5/19/2012 12:02:57 PM
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    TJ

    The girth of the Daito was pretty thick & a little on the heavy side, so I ended up running it thru my planer & router to get the size down more to federation size & weight of the Mokum  
    by: Jody Johnson
    5/19/2012 12:02:57 PM
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    Length

    Hi, regarding wooden Bokkens, are 40" more durable then 22"-30" ones? Thanks  
    by: Anno
    4/11/2012 9:58:56 AM
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    Hi Anno. The length isn't as big a factor as the material. Red oak is durable in both lengths.
    by: okiken108    
    4/11/2012 11:16:22 AM
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    My daughter loves this sword. It has a little more weight to it than the foam ones, but it is alot more durable and realistic. We went to a local Autozone Store and got a skull with flames decal and it looks awesome on this sword. My daughter likes to personalize all of her martial arts stuff.  
    by: supermom569
    7/8/2011 11:56:51 AM
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    My daughter loves this sword. It has a little more weight to it than the foam ones, but it is alot more durable and realistic. We went to a local Autozone Store and got a skull with flames decal and it looks awesome on this sword. My daughter likes to personalize all of her martial arts stuff.  
    by: supermom569
    7/8/2011 11:56:42 AM
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    Case?

    Hello! Is there a case that you recommend for this sword? The cases I see on your website seem a bit long for this. Thanks!
      
    by: klduck
    4/28/2011 6:28:57 PM
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    Which bokken is best for my 6yr old?

    I have a red oak 39' sword and it is too heavy for my 6yr old. Which sword is the best for a young child?
      
    by: kat
    4/13/2011 10:36:27 PM
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    I think the one you've selected here, the youth daito, would be a very good choice.
    by: okiken108    
    4/15/2011 4:09:51 PM
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    This Sword!

    This sword is amazing. The shipping was extremely fast and the sword is really durable. I will definitely order from KD Elite again!   
    by: NinjaH
    1/6/2011 12:23:45 PM
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    how big is it  
    by: blake13
    6/14/2010 1:41:13 PM
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    Hi blake, here are some stats: 22" blade, 7" hilt for a total length of 29". Made of durable red oak.
    by: okiken108    
    6/14/2010 2:32:21 PM
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    It really helps.

    It really helped with my practice and my arnis forms with a normal staff or blunt blade i could only really practice the first 12 strikes realisticly but scince i have gotten this item i can practice all 24! It is also a great item for having fun and weapon training.  
    by: Suzi
    3/11/2010 6:18:04 PM
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    I bought this for my 7 year old daughter for her TaeKwonDo class. All the other bokkens were way to big. It is also very well made and heavy. I'm glad I was able to find one that fit her. Also you can't beat the shipping speed and the wonderful price.  
    by: saidar99
    1/13/2009 2:14:41 PM
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    The quality of this short sword is amazing. I have been practicing since its arrival yesterday, and its stood up against my friends longer lasting bokken very well, and because he and I have been training for years together we hold nothing back, and blow for blow my new sword held strong with out a ding, dent, scuff, or mark. The weight of sword is heavier than it looks, but not to heavy or light to be any sort of hindrance.   
    by: nihl12
    8/14/2007 5:25:30 PM
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    Nice, heavy, tough

    I am an adult and I purchased this for myself as an alternative to the far too short, far too light SHOTO....and it does succeeded as a good practice short sword. I also find this handy as a training substitute for the medieval German Messer. Short, heavy, and solid... do with it whatever you want. The tsuba doesn't fit close when does that EVER occur? A little electrical tape will help make the fit sound.  
    by: demouyedward
    6/16/2006 11:55:29 AM
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    amazing!!

    I have been studying the art of Kendo for about 7 years, and I have seen these kinds of bokken before, but not with this quality.

    But I must admit that my sword is a bit chipped from constant practicing. I was a bit curious about the true strength of the sword, so I took it up against my sharpened katana, and I must say it put up a very good fight. I personally recommend this bokken for beginners and even those with years of experince. Besides for the shortness and light weight, it is overall an excellent training weapon of choice.  
    by: dragonslayer
    3/1/2006 9:14:36 PM
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    fighting

    My friend Andrew purchased three of these bokkens him, his brother, and I had some intense battles with them. No one got hurt. It has amazing how realistic these weapons were fast and hard striking and were able to withstand a real good beating before they eventually broke.  
    by: ongoinggolem
    11/13/2005 10:26:03 PM
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    Still lasts!

    I posted a review of this a llllooong time ago. As you can see if you scroll down. Well it's been a while, i've ive almost had a full year of Hapkido training(As i said i would be starting something soon). I still use it, the same one i bought about a year ago. It's a BIT dented, but still works PERFECTLY. Good buy.  
    by: wannabeninja
    6/15/2005 11:35:12 PM
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    This is awesome

    I'm 13, this has helped me (especially with the 'girls can't fight' thing). I'm trying to teach myself Hiten Mitsurugi and Battojutsu. I have been training myself with tobacco sticks, and making a wild guess at how much a real sword weighs. The tobacco sticks break easily, where the bokken I got doesn't break easily.  
    by: HitokiriBattosai
    7/19/2004 11:54:09 PM
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    how strong

    This item is very very useful to my training. It is weighted like a real samurai sword without the dangers of using sharp swords. Me and my friend have been practicing since march. It is also good for strength training because of its weight. If you want to practice for speed and strength, I say this is the best weapon to buy.  
    by: modernsamurai
    6/5/2004 6:40:13 AM
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    Thanks this will really help in my decision
    by: Suzi
    3/11/2010 6:25:48 PM
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    wow

    this weapon is amazing. i have only been studying for about 1 month of serious training. i'm only 12 and i feel like a master already. this is my first actual weapon and it is the best. any one who is beginning or a master should by this weapon. it rocks!!!!  
    by: dito
    4/1/2004 5:34:47 PM
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