A suburito, also called Furibo, is a bokken for training used for the practice of kata as well as for suburi. It is a bit heavier than a standard bokuto and has a thicker blade, allowing you to improve your hitting speed and strengthen your upper body muscles while improving your flexibility. Note that prolonged practice can cause tendonitis.
SUBURITO - Wooden sword for training - With HI (Grooves) Red Oak Weight: 900g-970g Length:106cm "Suburito" means literally wooden sword (bokken) for Suburi (training).
SUBURITO KAI GATA- wooden sword for training (paddle shape) Weight: 1100g Length: 115cm Red oak Hakkaku (Octogonal) SUBURITO means literally wooden sword for Suburi (training)
SUBURITO (SUBURI BOKUTO)- wooden sword for training Red Oak Weignt: about 1050g-1150g Length: 115cm Top of sword is cut obliquely SUBURITO means literally a wooden sword for Suburi (training).
SUBURITO HAKKAKU wooden sword for training Red Oak HAKKAKU (Octagonal) Weignt: about 1200g Length: 115cm Top of sword is cut obliquely. With Grooves SUBURITO means literally a wooden sword for Suburi (training).