Polypropylene Martial Arts Training Ninja Sword
$18.98
$19.99
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  • Solid polypropylene construction
  • Master your skills
  • Martial arts practice
  • Measures 33-1/2" overall


Master your martial arts skillset and technique with this polypropylene martial arts training sword. This ninja training sword will give you an opportunity to master your martial arts skills safely and without breaking the bank.


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Pretty Cool~ Reviewed by on Oct 12, 2016   5 out of 5

Where to start... the detail on it is amazing. In terms of structure, the blade itself is very flexible, much like a real Tai Chi Jian. It also offers a way to practice without cutting yourself (as practice swords do), whether you're buying for fun or if you're a serious Tai Chi Chuan practitioner.



Reviewed by Cody on Jan 14, 2015   5 out of 5

Was pretty disappointed with this sword, it arrived with a bent blade, the blade is very thin and flimsy. when the swords are hit together they just bend backward.



Reviewed by Noah on Dec 26, 2014   4 out of 5

I got this sword for Christmas. I'm fairly pleased with it. It swings great, and I can put some great power behind it, the blade is flexible just like a tai chi sword should be, and works great for sword flicks. The only thing I don't like is that the blade was sort of bent, but that can easily be smoothed out, because it's flexible it's not going to break easily, and it has a great design. All in all it's a nice training sword.



Reviewed by keyon davis on Jan 15, 2014   3 out of 5

much more flexable than i had first thought itd be. cant wait to give it a trial run~



Reviewed by Samuel Johnson on Jun 20, 2013   3 out of 5

Whereas it's a rather beautiful design, the blade is extremely flimsy and arrived rather... Bent.



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