Handmade Sai. Made of iron.
The polypropylene string is very wear resistant and soft to the touch. The special finish with primer coats and special paint is resistant to all types of environments without rusting the iron. Sold as a pair
There is a theory that it is one of the agricultural tools that was converted into a weapon, but also that it was originally a weapon, introduced in Okinawa in the 16th century to maintain order.
This metal tool in the shape of a dagger is handcrafted from chrome-plated iron and is sold in pairs. It has a conical central body and at one end a cylindrical head about 2 cm in diameter, tapering towards the other end with a pointed tip (originally sharp), and two central arms that have a gripping, hooking or jabbing function.