Three Rings Escrima Stick
The Filipino martial art of arnis is now a world-wide practice for self-defense and discipline training. Fighters can battle with two olisi sticks against an opponent, or can maneuver in a free flowing solo batson, with one stick dancing around in formation. This unpeeled rattan stick is ideal for this training, as it has the added texture of the skin to help keep the eskrima in your control. The importance of that can be seen when you see how close to your face these moves can get.
This raw decorated reed has the modern measurements of kali sticks at 28 inches in length with a 1-inch diameter. The weight, like the exact size, will vary slightly due to the natural material, but is on average about 8 ounces. Adding this burnt ring escrima to your collection won't be an issue, and those in your fellowship may admire your new addition.
This high quality and durable reed is the preferred material for Southeast Asian martial arts because it will not splinter into pieces with high impact. While it is possible to break, these combat sticks are incredibly durable, as they have stood the test of time over millions of fights all across the globe. And having a spare stick around means you can train harder to accomplish your goals.
Three Rings Rattan Escrima Stick Highlights:
- One Solid Piece of Rattan
- Unpeeled for Strong Grip Texture
- Traditional Size for Arnis Training
- Three Rings Burned onto Shaft
- Length: 28 inches (approx.)
- Diameter: 1 inch (approx.)
- Approximately 8 ounces, but *Weight Will Vary*
- Sold Individually
DISCLAIMER: Since rattan is made from a naturally growing reed, there will be characteristics that make each one different from another. This includes joints, diameter and slight natural bowing. If you would like more information about the differences, please contact our customer service line.
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