Hickory Bo Staff 1" 60"-72" Tapered. Lightweight. For Spinning, tournament use.
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These are full length handmade Hickory Wooden Bo Staffs. The Bo Staff is a traditional Okinawan training tool used in Kobudo style martial arts. This particular staff is 1" in diameter in the center portion and tapers to approximately 3/4 at the tips. These staffs range from 60" to 72"
The materials consist of solid hickory. Hickory is the hardest available North American Hardwood, and is excellent for all uses.
*The staffs in this listing are made from lighter weight hickory, making these appropriate for spinning, exercise, and tournament use, while still retaining the strength of hickory. These are not made for contact. If you would like a contact ready staff, please purchase one of the thicker varieties at 1,1/8 or 1,1/4
Because of the taper, these staffs can be rotated much faster than straight staffs, making these perfect for tournament use, or spinning. Tapering removes mass at the ends making these staffs able to be accelerated much faster than traditional staffs.
It is finished with several coats of Linseed and Beeswax oil and sanded to a fine finish, which gives it a permanent shine and and amazing feel in the which allows the hands to slip effortlessly up and down the staff.
*Most of our items are made to order so please allow 1-2 weeks for completion. If you are buying more then 4 items, I would suggest please contacting by our e-mail below first to confirm the availability of supplies and delivery time for you.
We ship UPS ground Tracking is included. For multiple staffs we combine shipping costs in one package.
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DISCLAIMER: The user assumes and accepts any and all risks and responsibilities in handling any purchased staffs. Therefore you should: -ALWAYS inspect each staff carefully, before and after each use. -ALWAYS use proper safety equipment and precautions when handling any staff with regards to yourself and others. -ALWAYS administer proper care and diligence in storing and maintaining your staff.