Equipment Suppliers

Need gear to play Ki o Rahi or other Tākaro? Here is a list of suppliers where you can purchase equipment. Rangatahi Tū Rangatira (R2R) does not supply equipment. 

Disclaimer: We do not endorse the companies displayed here but they are provided for your information.


Ki-O-Rahi Set Deluxe from Sport club

Ki-O-Rahi Set Deluxe

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Powa Products

Ki o Rahi Kit Suppliers and other sporting equipment. A great supporter of Ki o Rahi and its growth in Aotearoa 

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More Equipment Supplier Coming Soon!

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Ngā Taonga Tākaro (Traditional Māori Games)

The following information covers some traditional Māori games and activities. We acknowledge and thank all those people that have contributed to this kaupapa, and continue to do so in an effort to bring this knowledge base out of the darkness and into the light of day once more. E kore ēnei taonga e ngaro he kākano I ruia mai I Rangiātea. 

Rangatahi Tū Rangatira utilises traditional Māori Tākaro as a way of engaging with rangatahi and encouraging Hauora (wellness). The following Tākaro can be utilised and adapted to suit a variety of ages, skill levels, as well as fitness levels. Tikanga Māori (Māori values) are essential and are woven into and throughout all Takaro and activities.

If you have any information you would like to share we would like to hear from you, Mauri ora!

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