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26" Black Foam Escrima Stick (Sold Each)
Round foam staff - 26 inches in length.
Round short staffs
Made of foam
Ideal for practice
26 inches in length.
Most used by Philippino Arts practitioners.
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6 of 6 found the following review helpful:
Not much choice out there, so pretty goodDec 17, 2009
By Brian Dowrick
These sticks are great for training, but not as good as they could be.
The issue is the PVC pipe they use as a core. It should be stronger.
Several times we had to replace the core with PVC tubing we got at the
local hardware store.
I found that if you take the gray PVC pipes used for watering systems,
you will have a much more useful stick. With that, you can hit as hard as you want
and not break the sticks, and you can do disarming, as well as stick assisted control holds.
With the core it comes with, the tube bends, and breaks with any real force is placed on
If you are tapping lightly, and not doing disarming, then these are perfect. I like the
replacement cores we put in, to still train safely, but allow us to do more advanced
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
GreatJun 15, 2009
By K. Kelleher
They are excellent for sparring and let both people know when you make a hit without leaving a mark. They have a good weight and feel. Could do without the dragon inked on them in gold, but it is already beginning to wear off with use.
Escrima StickJan 15, 2013
By Steven A. White
Arrived quick and seems to be well made. I ordered this for use in baton strike training seems to be well made and has a foam outer wrapping which is not to soft or to hard
BeginningDec 24, 2012
By ROLLING STRONG
This very good for those who want to really swing & swing again and again without banging up their knees or head or breaking something it works great
Safe enoughNov 26, 2012
By DAVID THOMPSON
I was really hoping for a little more padding and a little less thwacking so we could practice actual hits with less chance of injury. While these are padded, they are still very rigid and do hurt, though not like getting hit with wooden sticks. I also had difficulty peeling the big gold stickers off them, which tore the padding as they came off.
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