Personalized Karate Gifts

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Personalized Karate Gifts
Choose a personalised gift for the karate lover in your life. (karate kid 27 image by Paul Moore from

If someone in your life is taking karate lessons, is a karate instructor or simply enjoys practicing the martial art, consider choosing a karate gift for special occasions. Well-made karate apparel or equipment are always appropriate gifts, and other gifts such as displays and knick-knacks can be tailored to the recipient. A customised karate gift will make the present even more personal or meaningful. There are lots of options for unique and personalised gifts for a karate lover.

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Belt Display

Choose a personalised belt display for someone who practices karate. These displays are typically made of wood and have spaces for the different coloured belts as the person progresses through the more advanced stages of karate mastery. Have the top of the belt display engraved with the recipient's name or initials to personalise the gift.

Picture Frame

Choose a personalised picture frame for the karate lover for whom you are shopping. Select a frame that has a karate figure painted on it and have the recipient's name or initials painted onto the top or side of the frame. Then, choose a picture of the person in his karate uniform or in action and place it in the frame.


A woman who is interested in karate can wear a piece of jewellery to show her love for the art when she is out of uniform. Select a charm bracelet, a necklace or a pair of earrings that are shaped like a karate figure performing a kick or a punch. Have her name or her initials engraved on the piece of jewellery to make the gift even more personal.


Karate is a sport that is performed barefoot. Therefore, when the karate practitioner is off the karate mat, he may appreciate a pair of slippers to keep his feet warm and off the floor. Choose a pair of soft slippers for him and have his initials monogrammed onto the top toe section of the slippers.

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