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Cotton Kaiten Black belt (ex Kamikaze)

€16.99 16.99

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Here we present our most affordable choice on a brand belt. This model is made of cotton. If you want, a personalized work is possible. We can embroider one or more words on the belt in French or Japanese. For this, simply follow these instructions: 1- Select the belt length 2- Choose the style of Karate (Shotokan, Wado, Shitoryu). The basic belt is blank. You can choose any style of Karate. 3- Select the number of words to stitch on the belt (2 Maximum). Name + First name= 2 words. 4- Then, enter the words to be embroidered (2 maximum) and choose a thread colour (the default colour is the classic yellow gold which will be retained). Remember the previous step, because in this case we could not process your order! 5- Then, choose if you want personalization in French or Japanese. Be sure to follow all these steps to optimize the management of your order. For questions, please contact us on 01 41 73 32 39. We embroider our belts at a specialist craftsman. This implies a period of fifteen days between placing your order and shipping (period applicable to receipt of payment). Another important point, due to too many abuses, we do not ship personalise belts by COD (cash on delivery).

Additional Information

SKU STKKAM-CeintureKaitenCoton
Weight 0.2000
Brand Kaiten
Color Black (001)
Composition t
Colors Black (001)

Customer’s notification

The mean of4.8 on 4 review

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4 stars (1)
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the 5/12/16 Review by pascal title
le produit correspond à la commande
the 1/28/16 Review by Jean-Félix title
produit conforme à ce que j attendais avec de superbe broderie
the 8/23/15 Review by EUGENIE title
the 7/19/15 Review by Farid title
Bon produit, j aurais juste voulu savoir ou se plaçait les broderies.