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Ron Tisdale

Registered: June 2002
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8:43am

Nice Hak!
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10:37am

Interesting color hak but I'm more of a traditionalist-I've seen shihan's throw people off mats at seminars for anything other than black or blue. Would a pink with poka dots be ok too? Where do we draw the line if anything goes?
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spengu

Registered: January 2005
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12:10pm

If anything goes, then the line doesn't get drawn. Personally I would never wear a hakama like this, but does it really matter as long as your Aikido is good?
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10:06am

On the street, it doesn't matter. However, when respecting traditions and establishing etiquette, etc. I think it does. I don't think you will see many of the multi-colored or camoflage ones at the aikikai hombu dojo real soon if ever. I'm probably old fashioned but I agree with that policy.
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RonRagusa

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8:04pm

I encourage people to be creative with their hak's. We all keep blues or blacks on hand for the rare times that we go out of the organization to practice. Wouldn't want to offend anyone's sensibilities with a little originality.

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