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LARP Veteran Knight Sword

(1 customer review)

$27.90

Item # NP-G-BL201

8 in stock

Description

Duty and honor come naturally when wielding our Veteran Knight LARP Sword. Swing this latex foam sword with ease on the battlefield as you lead your forces. Made of dense latex foam, it has a unique fiberglass fusion core. This foam blade is lightweight and flexible making it a dangerous primary weapon. This foam weapon has a weathered hilt and a guard that is gently angled towards the blade and with a rounded grip it provides for a comfortable hold. The silver blade with long fuller adds to the authentic look of this medieval style LARP weapon making it suitable for a variety of events. Our foam knight sword is a great addition to your LARP equipment and a fearsome weapon to take down an enemy.

Key Features:

  • Lightweight and durable LARP sword
  • Inspired by historical weaponry
  • Realistic blade is matched with a weathered hilt
  • The guard is gently angled towards the blade
  • The grip offers a comfortable hold
  • Great for LARP, cosplay, and costume use

Materials:

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

Measurements:

  • Overall Length: 40.5 Inches
  • Blade Length: 33.25 Inches
  • Blade Width: 1.9 Inches

1 review for LARP Veteran Knight Sword

  1. Dan P.

    Im new to LARP. In fact, I haven’t even found a program yet. This is my first LARP sword so I don’t have anything to compare it to. I don’t know anything about the manufacturing of these weapons but I can say this sword is rather hefty and the point of balance is closer to the center of the blade than it is to the handle. Speaking of, the handle is too small for two hands. That’s more my fault for not being able to distinguish that from a picture, however, the length of the handle in the listings would’ve been greatly appreciated. (That’s not necessarily this manufacturers fault, from what I’ve seen, nobody includes handle length) the handle itself is very comfortable to hold with one hand. But back to this being a one handed sword, considering most motions with a sword are carried with the elbow and wrist, you’d want the point of balance to be where any sword’s is, the handle. I haven’t tested the durability yet but the tip is very flexible, I bent it backwards both ways and it showed little to no signs of stress. I’ll be testing it later today on overall durability. With everything considered, I’m very pleased with the look and feel of the sword and can’t wait to hit my buddies in the face with it. The other things I mentioned are just suggestions. But like I said I don’t have a sword of higher quality (or lower quality) to compare this to. And I don’t know how these are manufactured so please excuse my ignorance if there is any.

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