Karatebelts - the colorful world of martial arts.
No matter if you practice karate, judo, jiu-jitsu, Taekwon-Do, aikido or kendo, the colorful belts will catch the eye of the pure observer. As an active martial artist, of course, you want to switch from one color to the next as fast as you can, because the main function of the colored belt is not just the pure holding together of the jacket. Rather, the color of the belt can detect the training level of the wearer. Traditionally, the belts are awarded via a so-called belt test. Here, the athlete must show whether he has understood the individual techniques and put them into practice. As a student, you start traditionally with the white belt in the 9th Kyu level. The level of progression is given in descending order, from 9 beginners to 1, the last Kyu level. This is followed by the Dan grades, which already have a bachelor's degree in school. While all Dan steps wear the black belt throughout, the student levels are marked in color with the belts. The belt colors go from bright white to dark brown. An old legend says that due to the prevailing poverty in the early days of martial arts, the students simply dyed their belts darker as their learning progressed. Today you will receive your new Obi from your Sensei most honorable after successful belt test. The belt colors can vary slightly from dojo to dojo - but as a rule of thumb everywhere - from light to dark.
- Hayashi - Shiny Karate belt with box (with embroidery) “KARATE”SKU: 058From €38.99
- Hayashi - Shiny Karate belt with box (without embroidery)SKU: 057From €35.74
Like a school report - the belt color as official proof of achievement.
Hayashi karate belt for all kyu levels.
With Hayashi's karate belt you're in the right place in all sports with belt testing. It is extremely stable and has a width of 40 mm. As a pure cotton belt, it is particularly dimensionally stable and can be firmly tied. With the length of your belt, you should keep in mind that the belt has to go around 2x and still enough length for the knot to provide a protrusion of about 20 cm on each side. The “expert” binding seems difficult to the beginner, but with a bit of practice, it succeeds quickly. The Hayashi label is embroidered on every belt. We carry all colors in different lengths and thus offer the ambitious athlete a wide range, depending on the level of knowledge.
Karate belt with WKF label - the official competition belt.
Have you ever asked yourself that: why do you only see red and blue belts in official WKF competitions? Quite simply, here the belt color says nothing about the level of knowledge of karatekas, the classification is done in weight and age groups. Red and blue are the official competition colors of the WKF and the belts are available in the 2 colors with the necessary WKF approved label in our shop. They have a slightly shiny look due to the extremely durable polyester satin and can be easily put around the body. The fabric layers are sewn together several times, which also pull the karate belt against pulling and makes robust.
For glamorous performances, the karate belt in glossy look.
All the masters of their trade shine here - with the black karate belt made of 100% polyester all Dan levels show their skills. The belt is wider with a width of 45 mm than our Kyu belt and available in 4 different lengths. With the black belt, you have made the leap from student to master, but that does not mean that his way is over here. Depending on the sport and dojo, there are up to 10 master degrees, all wearing a black belt. As excellent as your martial arts is the processing of the black Obi. The layers of fabric are connected several times with flexible strong seams. The contrasting Hayashi logo emblem is embroidered quality.
Now it's getting colorful - the two-colored “fight cats” karate belts.
Kids love to romp around. All senses are stimulated and by the way the self-confidence is increased by more body control. Where can you find all this for your child? Of course, in the fight cat program. Here children are playfully introduced to the movements of various martial arts. Wild beating or kicking is absolutely taboo here. Since even the little ones make great progress, they also want to make their current state of knowledge visible through their belt. Intermediate stages can also be successful with the karate belt “fight cats” in two-tone optics. So if you are on the way to the next kyu, you can show it calmly. As with the monochrome budo belts from the combat cat collection, these are also closed with a long-lasting velcro. The belt, therefore, does not have to be tied up in a laborious way and even the little ones can independently put on their sports equipment.
Valuable as a jewel - the karate belt in glossy look with embroidery.
Grandma's family heirloom is well kept in the jewelry box. Your black karate belt made of precious polyester satin also rests with you in his own personal jewelry boxes until his next appearance. He did not deserve anything else. As a black belt, you have numerous training sessions and exams behind you and have joined the ranks of the champions. The black belt stands out because of its width of only 50 mm and is quilted 12 times. This makes it particularly stable and can accompany you for a long time. On the Obi, you will find a high quality “karate” embroidery. As another highlight, the belt comes in a flawless box with Japanese characters.
Sports welds together - karate belts too.
Even if every martial artist fights for himself, then you form in training with the comrades a unit. You stand up for your club and represent your dojo in competitions. Just as the sport guides you and your colleagues, the color of the belt guides you through the different levels of your sport. By the way, such a belt, no matter what color, holds your Gi or Dobok in the right place. Our products fully meet the needs for performance and function.