The belt color levels for Karate are from lowest to higher is; White, Yellow, Orange With Green Stripe, Orange With White Stripe, Orange With Red Stripe, Blue With Green Stripe, Blue With White Stripe, Blue With Red Stripe, Blue, Purple With Green Stripe, Purple With White Stripe, Purple With Red, Purple belt and more.
It will depend on the school or style of karate. In some styles, a purple belt is one of the levels on the way to black belt. My particular style of Shorin Ryu does not have a purple belt. It is not a common color.
'Kyu' are the ranks for color belts in karate. There are generally 10 kyu belts. White is the 10th kyu and brown belt the 1st kyu.
It will depend on the school or style of karate. In some styles, red belt is one of the levels on the way to black belt. In the Okinawan styles, a red belt indicates someone at the 9th or 10th Dan level, a Grandmaster.
A white belt
sorry to tell you but jb doesn't do karate. whoever told you this was lying but if he had a belt, it would probably be a yellow
Prince and Paris and Blanket are Yellow belts.
It will depend on the style of karate. In some styles, a white belt with a grey strip is one of the kyu levels, right above white belt, It may be gray because the black faded.
'Kup' are the ranks for the color belts under the rank of black belt in Korean martial arts. There are generally 10 to 12 kup levels. White is the lowest kup and brown belt is usually 1st kup.
black. it just has the roman # symbol
They are called Dans. Most styles have ten levels of black belt. Most have a single 10th dan who is the leader of the style.
The belt in karate is called an obi. The color scheme for promotions is based on the judo system developed in Japan. The belts provide a visible means for an instructor to tell what level the student is at and what they are learning.
The black stripe means that you have graduated to the senior belt of that color. For example: if you were yellow belt your next belt would be a senior yellow belt.