WOODEN INDIAN CLUBS | The Scandinavian touch
When we made the Pahlavandle™, it was never meant to replace wooden classic Indian clubs. We are too fond of the look and feel of wood to try to convince anyone otherwise! As you can see for yourself, our vintage wooden Indian clubs are a beautiful and classy addition to your collection and workout space.
Ron has been turning all of our clubs since 2013, in his workshop, right here in Southern Denmark. Thierry has contributed to the development of the shape, weight, dimension, overall design and testing of all of our Indian clubs.
Our classical retro looking Indian clubs are always 2 tones.
We use mahogany for the handles, taking advantage of its straighter grain and tight stable structure at 650kg/m3 and have our logo laser engraved on the barrel of laminated Bamboo. The extra work makes the difference!
MADE BY HAND WITH A SUSTAINABLE MINDSET
We source sustainable materials like Bamboo “the miracle hardwood” at 700kg/m3. We utilize its beautiful grain patterns for esthetics and its density and stability to maximize uniformity and minimalize cracking. We reclaim rejected hardwoods destined for the burn pile or landfill. This takes nothing away from their beauty, durability or strength!
With our clubs, you can train with a clear conscience, helping to minimize environmental impact. Pretty cool, no?
The way we make our clubs saves on average 40% of material when compared to conventional wood turning techniques used by other manufacturers.
Using reclaimed and sustainable methods is not by any means a cheap way to produce clubs, we just feel it is the responsible way. After all it is in Heroic Sports DNA.
Our wooden Indian clubs are finished with natural Danish oil for the best non slippery feel possible. We recommend you apply a thin coat of oil when you feel the need for it.
We make those clubs by hand, from start to finish, in Denmark. The handles are slightly thicker than most Indian clubs found on the market, to provide a lovely, solid and well-balanced feel in the hand.
3 ESSENTIAL SAFETY TIPS
- Always inspect your equipment before you train.
- Always take a 360 degree space check around you before you start your workout, as clubs can hit things or fly out of your grip.
- Always train within your capacities, listen to your body, and use common sense.