Kids BJJ Belts: IBJJF Approved BJJ Rank Belts For Kids

January 29th, 2014

Black Eagle have now introduced the new IBJJF approved range of coloured grading belts for Kids BJJ, from white through to green.

The IBJJF introduced the Kids belt system to ensure all BJJ academies followed an identical path through the graduation of all under 16 students. This has resulted in a highly recognised international system, uniting all BJJ to one common colour belt grading system for both adults and kids alike.

BJJ GI: Predator BJJ Gi Now Back In Stock

January 19th, 2014

The long awaited Predator BJJ Gi is now back in stock in both men’s and ladies competition cut, and in traditional white and blue.

We’ve made some significant changes to the Predator model, with subtle changes to the cut and fit that makes this our best ever Gi to date.

Shotokan Karate Gi: Is the Black Eagle Karate Gi acceptable?

October 2nd, 2013

There are many different styles of Karate, but fortunately all of them use the same basic item, the Karate gi, whether that is Shotokan, Wado Ryu, Shitu Ryu or any other karate discipline.

Martial Arts Protection: WKF Approved Karate protection

September 28th, 2013

Black Eagle have added the popular range of Tokaido Karate protective gear, all approved to the latest WKF standard, and date stamped to 2015.

Although mandatory equipment for all WKF Karate tournaments, many local as well as national competitions are adopting the WKF approved gear as a benchmark standard to ensure all equipment is up to the required safety standard.

Martial Arts Shoes: New Range of Training Shoes Now Available

August 13th, 2013

Black Eagle have introduced a brand new range of Wacoku martial arts shoes, suitable for karate, taekwondo, kickboxing and kung fu training.

Martial arts shoes are great for protecting feet, and with the special swivel points in the soles, almost as good as training barefoot.

Traditional Judo Gi: It’s All In The Weave

July 23rd, 2013

Black Eagle only supply traditional Judo Gi, woven from 100% cotton using tried and tested designs laid down decades ago and still used today.

WTF Taekwondo Sparring Sets: Taekwondo Protection For Less

June 25th, 2013

WTF Taekwondo requires the use of WTF approved equipment, specially a minimum of head, body arm and leg protection for practise sparring, plus additional hand, groin and foot protection for competition.

Taekwondo Gear: Do You Know Your ITF From Your WTF?

June 7th, 2013

As a supplier of ¬†taekwondo uniforms and taekwondo sparring gear, we often get asked about whether our products are suitable for ‘taekwondo’, which they are, but it depends on whether you do ITF Tae Kwon Do or WTF Taekwondo.

Karate Gi: Do You Know Your Kata From Your Kumite?

May 31st, 2013

Oh how the humble Karate Gi has changed over the past 20 or 30 years or so, from just a humble, simple karate uniform, there are now a whole host of options available to choose from.

Choosing a Karate Gi doesn’t have to be confusing if you follow our quick guide.

Buying A Judo Gi: Check Out A Few Basic Facts About A Judo Gi

May 25th, 2013

A Judo Gi (or Judogi) is the formal style of judo uniform developed for competition and training, and available in white and blue. The Judo Gi was originally designed around the early 1900′s and has remained largely unchanged since then.