This classic round design can be seen on most Japanese trains, subways and buses. This is also local bosozokus, and drifters’ first choice! Hang it either inside or outside your car, and remember, the lower it drags on the ground the cooler it looks!
Our tsurikawas use hard PVC ring, stainless steel fastener and nylon reinforced plastic strap and are super strong. Nevertheless, if you plan to drag them on the ground, please keep it mind that they sometimes break when they take a bad hit. That's the tsurikawa life!
You will need a screw driver (Phillips type) to open and close the fastener.
Ring outside diameter: 10.5cm / 4.1”
Strap length: 16cm / 6.3”
Ring material: PVC
Strap material: Plastic / Nylon
Fastener material: Stainless steel
Stolen from trains by local young gangsters, also known as bosozoku, the tsurikawas were originally attached to the inside of cars so passengers could slide their wrist through the ring and safely hang their body outside the window.
They quickly became the symbol of reckless youth/bosozoku started to attach them outside heavily modified bikes and cars to show rebellion and disrespect to authority. Nowadays, hardcore Japanese car enthusiasts are still flaunting them to express their freedom.
It’s your turn to uphold the tradition!