Our Viking Axe and Bearded Axe are typical patterns, capable of cleaving helms or armour with impunity. They feature forged heads with sharp tempered edges and hardwood shafts. Both shafts are approximately 30 inches long.
Like the master weapon smiths at Cold Steel, we have long been believers in the ferocious cutting power of a well-designed Viking Axe. Now, we are happy to present you with one such axe that has been meticulously made to be exceptional.
The Viking Battle Axe has an overall length of 27 inches with a 12.5 inch long blade. This Viking Battle Axe makes a great display piece in your home or can be used as a fantastic and realistic stage prop.
The axe was, perhaps, among the first of the tools made by mankind and has remained important to many cultures in history. The Vikings are the most associated with the axe, and weapons like this Viking Bearded Axe are the reason why.
Bearded axes feature an extended section at the lower end of their blade, and the Viking Beard Axe with Sheath is no exception as a historical weapon. It is an ideal weapon for reenactments or as part of a polearm weaponry display.
The Viking Bearded Axe had a beard, or increased depth at the lower end of the blade, adding the rigidity needed for a weapon that could also be used for chopping chores. This Viking axe is hardwood-handled and competition approved.
Vikings were well-known for fighting with axes. The Viking Craftsman Axe is a wonderful tribute to their warrior spirit. Use this tempered blade functionally or as a martial decoration. It is ideal for controlled reenactments.
The axe was a popular weapon during medieval times for a variety of reasons, the least of which was ease of construction. The Vikings had a love for the axe, and one of their typical weapons is recreated here in this Viking Field Axe.
This classic, historically inspired fighting axe promises to be a welcome addition to any collection of tomahawks and axes. The Viking Hand Axe makes a formidable functional weapon with its quality construction and design.
A thane was a noble in early medieval society. Proclaim your nobility and legacy with the Viking Thane Axe to your fellow denizens of the kingdom. This stainless steel axe makes a fantastic collectors item or a costume accessory.
The Viking Throwing Axe was a light axe borrowed from the Frankish War with the Romans, when the Franks employed the weapon successfully both as a projectile and at close-quarters. This axe is great for throwing competitions.
Axes have traditionally been used for a wide variety of purposes, being both a weapon and a tool. This War Axe, though, is less a tool and more a weapon of war, designed purely for use on the field of battle.