• Polypropylene Training Boken Sword Black
  • Polypropylene Training Boken Sword Black

Polypropylene Training Boken Sword Black

$24.99

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  • High-impact resistant polypropylene
  • Measures: 40" overall length


This polypropylene training bokken sword is the only way to master sword fighting without the risk of injury. Each sword is constructed of high-impact resistant polypropylene that will withstand years of brutal combat training. Looks and feels just like a real bokken sword, but it's safe for sword fighting.

46 MC1802PP


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Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 4.81 out of 5
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Chad
Oct 18, 2019
(5 out of 5)
Great for cosplay

Love it, goes great with my cosplay

Great for cosplay
 

Anonymous
Jun 28, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Missing the tsuba

I got it and it is good. The only problem is it is missing the tsuba

Missing the tsuba
 

Jonathan Schuhler
Apr 04, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Amazing training blade

Any time I train, this is my go-to blade. It has an astounding durability and a great weight to it as well. It's so good, I had to order another for my friend..

Amazing training blade
 

Jen markham
Jan 25, 2016
(5 out of 5)
Really Good

Very nice, it is very durable. It is about the same weight as an actual katana. 24cm hilt and a 74cm "blade." Very satisfied.

Really Good
 

EBENEZER TIRON
Dec 30, 2015
(5 out of 5)

This is a great bokken for starters. Although the sides are slightly uneven and it warps/vibrates around a little when you hit stuff with some force, it's a great bokken for starters and anyone that practices kendo or any other sword play.

 

Anonymous
Nov 16, 2015
(4 out of 5)
Great

The sword is pretty sturdy and fairly rigid (although there is more flex than a wooden Bokken) it's lighter than a wooden Bokken and when sparring against a wooden Bokken it is a little easier to block against this sword because it's lighter. I have had it for about a year now and have used it almost everyday and it barely has a scratch on it. The Tsuba fits on nice and tight, however, I recommend that you don't remove the tsuba and put it back on multiple times because that will cause it to become loose. The handle wrapping is actually attached to the handle and will never come off so no fear in that. The only complaint that I have asthetically is that it doesn't have as much curve as a real katana and the handle wrappings don't look very real. Overall it's s great Bokken

Great
 

Anonymous
Apr 08, 2015
(5 out of 5)

Excelent bokken... but I didnt like the way ny order was passed from ups to postal delivery... that was a whole big deal... i hope this wont becomme a common practice with trueswords... im used to getting my deliveries by ups on the appointed day and place i appointed to deliver place, having to go to the local post office and pick them up 2 days later?....Whats that all about?..... I've been a loyal cutomer of trueswords for a long time and this is the first time I've ever ran into anyting like this....But the bokken did arrrive and are excellent training tools.... don lr=et that happen again trueswords..... your not the e only place i can buy steel from.

 

Tim Meade
Apr 13, 2014
(5 out of 5)
Great Bokken

I have had this bokken for a couple weeks now and it has become the training weapon I use the most. It's weight and durability make it perfect for katas and for strike practice. I would recommend this to anyone who wants a great bokken for training.

Great Bokken
 

Talha Mukhtar
May 05, 2013
(4 out of 5)

Great for the price, felt good in terms of balance, and had a nice overall feel to it. Being polypropylene, however, it has certain weak spots, and will snap cleanly in two with too much use. Mine lasted for seven months. I prefer the Ichigo bankai bokken to this sword, as it is more durable, cheaper, and definitely more of a workout. However, I would certainly not turn any beginner away from this incredible find.

 

Kevin Bruzzesi
Jan 06, 2013
(5 out of 5)

Just got it in yesterday and it is an amazing product. It doesn't feel oddly balanced while holding it, and I can swing with relative ease. I highly recommend it for something you will use often.

 

David Richard
Dec 28, 2012
(5 out of 5)

This thing is a beast
If you have the right equipment (some serious padding) you can spar with a pair of these. If not, then don't 'cuz this bugger hurts! Easily broke several branches larger than my arm, and this thing has not even a scratch on it.
Only this is that it came a little bit bent to the side but its only noticeable if you're really lookin' for it.
All in all a great product, though.

 

Jake
Nov 16, 2012
(5 out of 5)
Polypropylene Training Boken Black: Durability

I have had both of mine for around 3 to 4 months and have broken both of them one on a tree and the other on a desk. They are extremely durable and most likely your best bet for a training weapon that will not break unless you were to go with solid steel. I advise not using them to hit hard in cold weather as plastic becomes easy to break the colder it gets. All in all these are amazing weapons and I plan to purchase more from this supplier.

Polypropylene Training Boken Black: Durability
 

Gage Brown
Sep 06, 2012
(5 out of 5)

This is a fantastic item! I just got it today and can tell it is easily use-able for practicing, sparring, and even self defense. It's really solid and very sturdy. This could snap through the wooden Bokken with ease at the right angle; and if used for self defense could break an arm so be careful! The only problem I found was that the end of the 'blade' was bent just a tiny bit. It isn't anything to noticeable, but you can see it from the front and back. Even after discovering that little problem, I would still purchase this Bokken again. The guard piece slides down the blade and fits very tightly which is good. It won't come off even after a good hit. 5/5

 

Dogs4Pals
Aug 16, 2012
(5 out of 5)
Great for training

I've had mine for about a year and use it for kata. I also have a tire hanging in my garage and practice targeting strikes on it. It'll be interesting to see which give first, the tire or the boken. It's definitely worth the money.

Great for training
 

bladesmith17
Aug 03, 2012
(4 out of 5)
Training Boken

I give this weapon a 5/5 stars it is by far one of the best training weapons I have bought. The durability is amazing and the weight is perfect for practicing dual wielding. I have had this weapon for a week and the durability is amazing.

Training Boken
 

Tsheltry
Jun 02, 2012
(5 out of 5)
Great for sparring

I have to say this is probably my favorite practice weapon I have it's great. It has more curve than a regular bokken so it is more realistic to triangle with and it's unbreakable. The only thing I don't like about it is it has no tsuka Ito but it does have a fake one molded in so it gives it a good grip. Still 5/5 stars

Great for sparring
 

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