A superb value multi-pack, this Aikido beginners bundle contains everything you need to take your first steps along the way of harmony.
This beginners pack contains:
Tengu Aikidogi - This tough 500g Gi from Tengu has been the most popular Aikido clothing set from our range for more than 15 years. The ideal balance between suppleness and durability, the Sashiko Ori (rice grain) fabric jacket is complemented by reinforced trousers and a white belt, everything you need to hit the mat!
Oak Jo - This simple brown stained Oak Jo is a budget option, made from the same high quality Shirokashi as our white oak models, but which has been stained due to an inconsistent colouration. Perfect for solo Suburi, these weapons are suitable for contact but will who marks from these practices. Natural finishes for white and red oak are available at a supplementary cost.
Oak Bokken - These all purpose Bokken come with a Tsuba and Tsuba Dome (hand guard and stopper) and are suitable for most Aikido schools. At 102cm length and with a classic Bokken profile, they represent a very high quality entry level weapon at extremely good value. Natural finishes for white and red oak are available at a supplementary cost.
Oak Tanto - Used in most Aikido school's practices, wooden Tanto are an essential training tool to emulate knife attacks in a safe environment. This brown stained Oak Tanto offers an excellent value for money solution, making it especially suitable for beginners on a budget. Natural finishes for white and red oak are available at a supplementary cost.
Tetron Weapons Bag - An essential element to keep your wooden weapons safe during transit and in storage, and a legal requirement in most countries when transporting sports weapons. This is a tough yet simple bag with excellent features including a shoulder strap, full lining and foot reinforcement. Available in black or blue and also with upgrade options at a supplementary cost.
Aikido Tenugui - Translated literally as "hand wipe", Tenugui are used throughout Japanese culture. In Aikido these useful thin towels are commonly held inside the Gi and used to keep sweat under control during training.