Among the warriors of history, few can hold a candle to the Spartan. Each was a fully trained soldier, armed with the best weapons of their time. This Spartan Sword recreates this iconic Greek sword and puts it into your hands for your next LARP. This intimidating blade echoes the look of the infamous sword that the Spartans have wielded throughout popular depiction, and it is a lethal looking blade indeed. Combining the best features of a xiphos and a falcata, this sword features a short, top-heavy blade that would have exceled at cutting and slicing. The blade narrows near the grip to reduce weight and streamline its design, while the hilt consists of a hand-guard defense and pommel that is spaced at the center. Brown suede wraps the grip, providing a secure hold for any warrior to takes up this blade. The weapon is crafted from heavy foam latex that is designed to take regular use without shredding or tearing. It also features a fiberglass core that runs throughout the weapon, which ensures that the weapon holds its shape well, while still possessing a given level of flex that makes it safe to use in LARP battles. This iconic blade has an overall length of approximately 35.5 inches. Go into battle with the power and prestige of a Spartan, and you will awe your comrades with your nerve and your skill. Go into battle armed with this Spartan Sword, and you will impress them with your authentic look. And if you so desire, complete the image by picking up the Spartan Shield (WRBL13), to give yourself a solid defense, too.
- Made Using Quality Materials
- Features a Foamlatex Outer Shell
- Reinforced with a Fiberglass Core
- Handles Extremely Well
- Brown Suede Wrapped Handle Provides a Secure Hold
- A Solid and Sturdy LARP Weapon
- Great for Sparring, Practicing, Theatrics, or LARP Events
- Approved by Many LARP Groups
- Has an Extremely Detailed Look
- Blade Length: 26 inches
- Hilt Length: 7.5 inches
- Overall Length: 35.5 inches
- Guard Width: 4 inches
Please be aware that these are handmade items and that measurements can vary slightly from what is shown here.