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Karate-Gi “Reikon” (WKF Approved)

From €69.99
Incl. 19% VAT, excl. Shipping Cost
The delivery time is 2-3 Tage.
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Incl. 19% VAT, excl. Shipping Cost

True connoisseurs of traditional karate suits appreciate the benefits of cut, fit and weave. In these points, the Gi “Reikon” from Hayashi's house is 100% in line with expectations. Made of pure cotton, the carat suit with 12 oz fabric weight promises certain robustness and therefore a long service life. Another advantage is the acoustics. The higher the consistency, the easier it is to call the “whip-bang” or the snap-effect in exactly executed techniques. Especially in the kata area, where your body is the center of attention, Hayashi's karate suit puts you in the right spotlight. The jacket is laced sideways over the hips and has a sweeping slit, which guarantees you the necessary freedom of movement. Also, the pants are in the typical short fit and give the karate suit “Reikon” best chances to become your new favorite part.

Additional advantages:

  • classic cut
  • comfortable fit
  • from 130 cm height
  • WKF approved

The James Bond in the Karate Kata Suit “Reikon” by Hayashi.

During the Chinese occupation, martial arts with opponents was strictly prohibited. Hidden in the katas, the technical sequences, even then the masters passed on their arts under the guise of imaginary struggle. Even today, this technical martial art is a pillar of traditional karate. A Kata karate suit should help your body with the execution of the movements. The traditional shorter cut makes body tension and breathing visibly.

Flowing movements need flowing material.

That's why Hayashi puts the karate suit Reikon on 100% medium weight cotton. This makes the fabric your booster and promotes your perfect posture. Whether in training or in competition, this karate suit leaves nothing to be desired in terms of comfort and functionality.

Show your fighting spirit.

The best way to learn a kata is to break it up into many small individual sequences, and at the end add them together to form the big picture. The experienced karateka attaches great importance to breathing technique, body tension and always works on his mental attitude. All of these components need to be perfectly matched to make the Katas look perfect. The right karate suit will help you without pushing yourself into the foreground. So in classic karate, all suits are white and come out without a lot of bells and whistles.

Awaken your fighting spirit in the top class karate suit, the “Reikon” by Hayashi.

More Information
Brand Hayashi
Delivery Time 2-3 Tage
Kind of Sport Karate
Color White
Kata or Kumite Kata
Material 100 % cotton