Buckler LARP

80.00

Shield diameter: 30 cm
Inner diameter of the umbon: 14 cm
Umbon height: 5 cm
Shield weight: 200 g
Shore stiffness – 30 units.
Wooden handle.
It is possible to install a steel clip for fastening on the belt.

A great option for LARP role-playing games, maneuvers and training.
The low weight ensures a very high mobility of this buckler, and properly selected materials and manufacturing technology guarantee its admission to any profile event.

A similar shield was used in most European countries in the XIV – XVII centuries . as a light and maneuverable shield for infantrymen.
Buckler, aka “fist shield” is one of the most popular attributes of European swordsmen of the Middle Ages. Despite its size, this shield proved extremely useful during duels and was actively used as a means of defense and even attack.
The main difference between the buckler is that if an ordinary European medieval shield was attached to the forearm with belt loops, then the buckler was held by a special handle with a fist grip, which is why it received the nickname “fist shield”. In combat, it was used both for defense and for striking.

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Shield diameter: 30 cm
Inner diameter of the umbon: 14 cm
Umbon height: 5 cm
Shield weight: 200 g
Shore stiffness – 30 units.
Wooden handle.
It is possible to install a steel clip for fastening on the belt.

A great option for LARP role-playing games, maneuvers and training.
The low weight ensures a very high mobility of this buckler, and properly selected materials and manufacturing technology guarantee its admission to any profile event.

A similar shield was used in most European countries in the XIV – XVII centuries . as a light and maneuverable shield for infantrymen.
Buckler, aka “fist shield” is one of the most popular attributes of European swordsmen of the Middle Ages. Despite its size, this shield proved extremely useful during duels and was actively used as a means of defense and even attack.
The main difference between the buckler is that if an ordinary European medieval shield was attached to the forearm with belt loops, then the buckler was held by a special handle with a fist grip, which is why it received the nickname “fist shield”. In combat, it was used both for defense and for striking.

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