With the Steel Bastard LARP Sword in hand, you sneak through the enemys lair to find your goal. You retrieve it and sneak away to fight another day. This Stronghold LARP weapon has a lightweight, latex free construction safe for tough combat. The silver-colored blade has double edges with a fuller down its length. Next, the foam sword continues with a slightly angled crossguard. The crossguard angles towards the blade. Small ridges adorn the ends of the crossguard. Next, the handle continues with a wood-like grip. The brown grip has brass-colored accents on both ends as well as a faux nail in the center adding to the wood-like appearance. Finally, the handle ends with an elongated scent stopper-shaped pommel. Both the crossguard and pommel have a silver color. This foam bastard sword makes a great blade for a LARP battle or cosplay convention.
The Steel Bastard LARP Sword is approximately 37.8 Inches in overall length. This measurement will vary as each LARP sword is a handmade item.
Stronghold weapons are designed for tough LARP combat and have a unique Epic Foam construction that does not contain latex. They weigh the same as latex weapons, have cushioned edges, and are stab-proof, making them safe for LARP battle. The hilts are made of polyurethane foam. The painted finish on the blade will wear from regular use. Use Maintenance Silicone (#MCI-200) to protect the finish. Marks on the blade will occur after prolonged use, though the integrity of the foam itself will not be affected.
- Durable, lightweight construction
- Double-edged blade
- Wood-like grip
- Great for medieval and fantasy characters
- Wonderful for LARP and cosplay events
- Blade is shred resistant Epic Foam
- Core is a fiberglass rod
- Hilt is a polyurethane cast
- Protect the painted finish on the blade by using the Maintenance Silicone (#MCI-200).
- Overall Length: 37.8 Inches
- Grip Length: 3.9 Inches
- Blade Length: 25.6 Inches
- Blade Width: 2.4 Inches
- Crossguard Width: 8.3 Inches
- Handle Circumference: 4.3 Inches
- Weight: 15.7 Ounces
Measurements are approximate.