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Posted: I recently started Juggling 3 staves, I've been using my double Staffs for it, but i've been thinking of making ones like sebastian uses in this this video or like what rob used in some video i can't seem to find.
Anyway I thought I'd ask here for some tips: what material should I use? I need something with enough weight, but also not painful to catch like wood or metal would be. what do i use as a weight at the ends? and how do i hold everything together?
some tips on that design: rubber bike inner tube can be picked up from the trash of most bike shops. Put some sort of grip tape in the middle. I usually use double sided carpet tape under tennis racket grip tape. If you cut open the inner tube that would probably make a good handle too but I haven't tried that yet. MCP has tells us her opinions on handle materials here: homeofpoi.com/ubbthreads/linkto/-Contact-Staff-Grip-Tapes-/873245/. Don't hit things with them and don't kick them really hard.
Sandy had a quite nice setup at the BoB convention, made from tent poles with a big foam blob on each end. Really light, cost nothing assuming you have a tent thats seen its last festival, and they fold up for transport! Really good combo for practice Staffs.
Going to make a set soon I think.
Working hard to be a wandering hippie layabout. Ten years down, five to go!