LARP Longclaw

(1 customer review)


Item # NP-G-OT106

2 in stock


Become the Prince That Was Promised and prevent the onslaught of winter with the LARP Longclaw in hand. Whether as a prop weapon for cosplay or to create a solid offense on the LARP battlefield, this foam sword will serve you well. Lightweight and flexible, this LARP weapon is crafted from dense latex foam with a fiberglass fusion core. The sword is modeled after the weapon wielded by Jon Snow in the HBO series, A Game of Thrones. The realistic detail of this piece is quite impressive. The head of a red-eyed direwolf forms the pommel while the grip is painted to mimic leather wrapping. Fans of the George R.R. Martin series, A Song of Ice and Fire, are sure to be pleased with the LARP Longclaw.

Key Features:

  • Officially licensed Game of Thrones prop
  • Lightweight and flexible LARP weapon
  • Modeled after the sword of Jon Snow
  • Comes packaged in a collectors box
  • Perfect for a roleplay adventure into Westeros


  • Crafted from dense latex foam
  • Features a fiberglass fusion core


  • Overall Length: 45.5 Inches
  • Overall Width: 7.8 Inches
  • Blade Length: 34.5 Inches
  • Blade Width: 2.3 Inches
  • Overall Thickness: 2 Inches

Measurements are approximate

1 review for LARP Longclaw

  1. Dan P.

    I am IN LOVE with this thing! I’m not a GOT fan, but whoever wields this is in good hands. The design is textbook for a longsword (from what I understand GOT tries to be as historically accurate as possible with their weaponry). I’ll start my review from the pommel up. The pommel resembles a wolf or werewolf or some kind of canine. While it looks cool I was hoping the material used to make it would be soft enough to be used in battle, but I have yet to encounter a LARP sword that actually does have a RFB pommel. The grip is so comfortable, my hand practically melts onto it. The cross guard is both beautiful and effective, it even widens up just underneath to allow for better grip. The blade is absolutely amazing. The foam is so soft and springy that the weapon glances off anything it hits thus reducing force. I barely felt it during self testing. The point of balance, while a little further out for my taste, is not too far for a longsword about 10 inches from the guard. A little far but not too much so considering you’re using two hands. I haven’t properly tested the tip, mainly because I’m scared it will break but most LARP settings don’t allow thrusting anyway. The furthest point on the tip is about an inch away from the fiberglass. Overall, I highly recommend this weapon. It’s design is effective, it’s durable, and most importantly it is safe.

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