Black Ninja Bokken

Black Ninja Bokken

Rated 3.25 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

$6.99

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Description

Black Ninja Bokken Features:
  • Solid wood construction, with black finish 
  • Solid wood, black square tsuba with rubber stopper
  • Great for Nin-To practice!
Measurements:
Blade: 24″
Overall: 34″

4 reviews for Black Ninja Bokken

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Very durable and it’s fairly light. One I would always want to train with.

  2. Rated 4 out of 5

    So far, after daily use for 5 days, I feel this item is a worthy purchase for ninja sword training. I like that it’s all black and that it comes with the tsuba to make it more sword-like. It is much lighter than expected and thicker, yet very sturdy. I’ve had samurai bokken that has a thinner, more realistic edge. Regardless, I am satisfied with the buy.

  3. Rated 2 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Well, mine came with a bend to the left. which makes it terrible and automatically deducted 3 stars. but the durability is good, and everything else is fine. I did think it was a tad bit heavy compared to my katana bokken which is about 10″ longer and about 3/4 the weight. But that probably makes it better for practice. i am giving it to my son for childsplay since its bent.

  4. Rated 3 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    The Ninja Sword I received had a slightly bent blade. The shaping of the wood, seems to have been done by hand, so there will be some imperfections or unevenness (as expected). It’s not too light or too heavy and I can work it like a ninja on crack, making the air whistle loudly as all people see is the blur of the blade zipping round around in all in all direction (chicks dig that). Of course, if you go that fast, the handguard will fly off like a ninja star and hit someone in the head (as expected). Some non-ninjas say use glue to hold the handguard in place (armatures obviously). I filed down the corners of the handguad to a thin point and then just pull it off and throw it like a ninja star into some stacked up cardboard boxes during my wicked kata (demon-stration #666). All in all, it’s not a bad sword for the price and much better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick! Remember kids, it’s not what you know, but how well you can pretend you know what you’re talking about….

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