STF-Approved Taekwondo Uniform Brands (1 Nov 2019 to 31 Oct 2020)

The following brands of standard taekwondo uniforms have been approved by the Singapore Taekwondo Federation (STF) for the period 1 November 2019 to 31 October 2020. Poomsae uniforms will also be allowed for the said period provided the vendors have their design approved by STF.

– Adidas
– Daedo
– Jcalicu
– Kwon
– Mooto
– Victory (Mudoin)
– Wacoku (Champ)

The vendors for the various brands are as follows:

1) A J Kwon Pte Ltd
259, Jalan Besar, Singapore 208935

Contact Person        : Johnny Lim 
Telephone No          : +65 9231 7168 
Email                      :
Uniform Brand         : KWON

2) K & G Marketing Private Limited
2, Jurong East Street 21, IMM Building #04-02B

Monday – Friday 
9:00am – 6:00pm
Contact Person        : Krist Koh      
Telephon No            : 6569 3536
Email                      :
Uniform Brands        : Adidas, Daedo and Wacoku (Champ) 

3) Liang Seng Sports Equipment Pte Ltd
260 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 437048
1 Kallang Way 2A #05-01 Singapore 347495

Contact Person        : Steven Tan
Telephone No          : 6858 1828
Fax                         : 6858 1867 
Email                       :
Uniform Brands        :  Jcalicu and Victory (Mudoin)

4) Irivas Enterprise Pte Ltd
163 Tras Street
Lian Huat Building #03-03
Singapore 079024

Contact Person        : Ms Era
Telephone No          : 9222 1414
Email                       :
Uniform Brands        :  Mooto


Please note that Nike brand uniforms had not been available for sale since September 2017 and no Nike uniforms should have been sold from the expiry of the contract. Members who had purchased the Nike-brand uniforms before September 2017 can continue to use Nike uniform for official STF events (including but not limited to courses and competitions) for 3 years from the date of the expiring of the contract. During this period, the Nike logos can be displayed. As a further concession, members can continue to wear Nike uniforms for official STF events for an additional year from the 3-year grace period but with the Nike logos covered up.