Thread: Self-Defense Sarong?
4/01/2009 2:16pm, #1
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- Dec 2008
- Falls Church
I was browsing through the Cold Steel website and came accross an item that looked very peculiar. Apparently it's a piecve of cloth, much like a towel, developed for self-defense. I am wondering if anyone has used or seen a sarong used for self-defense.
4/01/2009 2:26pm, #2
4/01/2009 2:29pm, #3
Silat practitioners use the sarong as weapon. You can see some of the techniques on youtube. Google "silat sarong" and it will give you some links
4/01/2009 3:15pm, #4
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4/07/2009 8:06am, #5
I think I've seen Robin Shou use a scarf or similar in some film or other and it was a good example of "belt" technique.
Anyway, let the ridicule commence. :happy3:
4/07/2009 8:10am, #6
If that's sarong I don't want to be right.
4/07/2009 8:46am, #7
4/07/2009 3:50pm, #8
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- Nov 2008
- Honolulu, HI (Hawaii Kai)
I had an instructor who used a bedsheet when someone attacked him in his house. Tossed the sheet over them, and proceeded to kick them into submission.
That said, sarongs, belts, and yes, even towels, can be used to block, bind, and confuse.