Synthetic Broad Sword

(3 customer reviews)


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When it comes to educating yourself on swordplay and practicing its techniques, a good training sword is a must-have. And if you are learning the ways of the medieval sword, then there is no better blade to train with than this Synthetic Broad Sword. A broad sword offers the same versatility of a long sword, yet its shorter, broader blade gives it more power and control. This makes the broad sword a perfect primary or secondary weapon, either for sword-and-shield training or dual-weapon combat. The training weapon is made entirely from polypropylene, which is a synthetic black polymer that is extremely durable and hardy. Even more impressive is that the blade has unique little touches of decoration, including a double fuller down the blade-length, a temper line on the swords faux edge, and a short guard set with little shapes for added design. The grip is just long enough to accommodate two hands, if need-be, although it fits perfectly in one, as well. The rounded pommel helps to counterbalance the blades weight, while the grips contours make it a delight to hold and handle. This Synthetic Broad Sword is an all-purpose trainer that is great for practicing a variety of styles of combat, ranging from old Roman techniques to established medieval methods, making it a solid choice if you plan on exploring the world of historic European martial arts.

Key Features:

  • Made Entirely from Polypropylene
  • Modeled After the Traditional Broad Sword
  • Extremely Tough and Durable
  • Features Little Touches of Detail
  • Broad, Short Blade is Easy to Handle and Control
  • Grip is Good for One or Two Hands
  • The Perfect Training Weapon for Swordsmen and Swordswomen
  • A Great Personal Weapon or Gift Idea

Overall LengthWeight
One Size34 inches1.3 lbs

3 reviews for Synthetic Broad Sword

  1. Katherine G.

    My grandsons really liked them.

  2. Roger G.

    The weight of the weapon is okay. Unfortunately the guard broke on both sides during full contact sparring with weapons of the same material. The handle is also difficult to hold once you start sweating a bit.

  3. Brandon Rogers (verified owner)

    I’d recommend wearing some type of leather gloves or whatever; it is hard to grip once you’re sweating. I’ve sparred with it a few times so far and it hasn’t broken. I imagine full swings would eventually break it but again it’s a training sword.

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