Gi and Hakama Set black for Iaido made of 100% Tetron.
Tetron is a new high quality plasic fibre, specifically designed to keep low the static charge of the fibre. This way the agglutination of the clothes, known from plasic fibres, can be avoided.
Additionally you get a light Kerang Hanbok Jackets are made of pure cotton. Due to a special treatment of the cotton fibers, these jackets have a high density texture while remaining soft and comfortable. That way, they can be also worn as a shirt. They are dyed with natural pigments. Following a traditional asian fashion, with the embroidered ornaments, the cut is slightly adapted for everyday use and at the same time well customized to the european habits of comfortable wearing.
An extra information, important at least to us, is that this jacket is fair-trade.
|A)||71 cm||74 cm|
|B)||114 cm||120 cm|
|C)||67 cm||67 cm|
Important: Please measure your legs before purchase. When wearing the Hakama, the lower edge should rest at the ankle and the upper edge of the abdominal belt should lie a few centemeters above the belly button. The length of the Hakama can thus be a bit longer than this distance.
You can wash both Hakama and Gi by hand in water at a very low temperature.
Tip: In order to keep the folds of the Hakama after washing it, just follow this procedure.
Before washing, fold the Hakama (see how here). Put it in the tub and wash it by trampling on it like traditional winepresses do. Once it is done, carefully open the folds and hang it on a line to dry. Take it off before it is completely dry and fold it back, then press it with books and leave it to dry. It will then look like perfectly ironed!
Find further tips at our Kendoinfothek:
Folding the Hakama: [more]
Putting on the Hakama: [more]
Folding the Gi: [more]