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Monkey D. Luffy's "Nidai Kitetsu" Katana (Luffy Sword - Battle Ready)

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Background of Luffy's Sword

Monkey D. Luffy is the captain of the Straw Hat Pirates in the anime and manga series One Piece. He aspires to be the King of the Pirates by finding the legendary treasure "One Piece" that was left behind by Gol D. Roger. After accidentally eating the Gum-Gum Fruit, Luffy can stretch, bounce, bend and inflate his body, as it has adopted to the properties of rubber. He uses the Nidai Kitetsu when he faces Basil Hawkins, to which Luffy threw a punch with the sword in his hand.

The Nidai Kitetsu (trans. "Second Generation Ogre") is a cursed sword that supposedly brings a horrible death to its users. It is a fine blade with extraordinary strength and is on par with legendary swords such as the Ame No Habakiri and the Enma. The Nidai Kitetsu is a purple katana that has golden clasps among the hilt and sheath, as well as a golden and rounded crossguard.

Sharp replica of Luffy's Sword 

Our carefully crafted real sword is inspired by Luffy's katana, including the colored high carbon steel blade (toshin) and it's iconic guard (tsuba) shape. This functional, metal replica is 101 cm (40 in) long and comes with a wooden sheath (saya). The sharpened, durable blade is mono tempered and able to withstand strong impact, making this Luffy katana a functional, battle ready weapon. In between practice or fruit ninja sessions, this samurai sword is also a great home decoration or cosplay photoshoot accessory.

Specifications of our Luffy Sword

Blade Length: 68.5 cm (27 in)
Blade Width: 0.5 cm (0.2 in)
Overall Length: 101 cm (40 in)
Guard dimensions: 10 cm x 7.5 cm (4 in x 3 in)
Weight: 1.2 kg (2.6 lbs)
Material: Carbon Steel Blade
Sheath Material: Wood
Sharp: Yes

Blunt, regular version of Luffy's Nidai Kitetsu Katana available here.

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