Blitz's extensive collection of Taekwondo belts can climb the ranks with you, all the way from beginner to Olympic level. Affordable and durable, these Taekwondo belts in all colours are the perfect addition to our comfortable and lasting uniforms
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Blitz: For All Taekwondo Belt Levels
Although the taekwondo belt order is not standardised and varies across styles, here is a list of common colours and the taekwondo belt levels they usually correspond to.
White - White signifies the beginner's level. In order to move on to higher ranks, practitioners need to first earn the white belt with yellow stripes. This is done by learning a beginner's poomsae (a defined pattern of defence-and-attack motions) and being able to engage in a sparring process, defend oneself against holds and break free from them.
Yellow - On top of the usual tests, yellow-belt taekwondo also requires practitioners to break a board with both hands and feet.
Green - The green-belt practitioner can follow the green-belt poomsae and is able to engage in a one-step and freestyle spar. In addition, they are able to break through two-inch boards with both hands and feet.
Blue - Practitioners who have earned the blue belt have done so by performing a blue-belt poomsae, having engaged in a two-step spar and having broken a two-inch board with a punch and a one-inch board with a turning kick.
Red - The red-belt practitioner is somebody to be reckoned with. They can break a three-inch board with any kick of choice and master the art of free sparring.
Black - In many martial arts including taekwondo, black-belt practitioners have reached the highest levels. They have mastered all the poomsae, sparring styles and defences and can break two three-inch boards with any kick or blow.
Climb the Taekwondo Belt Order
Are you going to be a black-belt fighter? Our Deluxe Black Belts, made from silk or cotton, are worth battling for. But until then, Blitz has got you covered with any other colour in the book. Good luck!