Yes, you read that right, Strawberry Guava wood. I have a friend that brings me these pieces from Hawaii. Normally we just use the straight, ugly pieces of wood to beat hard while practicing Pekiti Tersia. Strawberry Guava takes a beating and then smells good. Yes, really. When the sticks are used in practice, the beating actually heats the wood up and it starts emitting a sweet, strawberry-like smell.
So, I took of the ugly pieces of guava and carved out a sleek, yet extremely hard short sword. Now you can break bones and look good while doing it.
Handle is wrapped in real Made in the USA, 550 Paracord, 7 strand core.
Width: 1 1/4"
Weight: 6 ounces