Federswerth – sports two-handed sword with a sectional design and the possibility of replacing the blade. Designed for training and competition for HEMA.
Sword is flexible and bended elastically when thrust.
There is no residual deformation.
“Federshwert”, “feder” (“federschwerth”) – special two-handed training swords that appeared in the middle of the 15th century in German fencing schools and were actively used in Europe until the French Revolution (1789). From the very moment of its appearance, the characteristic features of the Fededershverts were: a blunt blade and puandare (blunt blade tip), a “flared” blade (“blade heel”), and a flexible blade that allows thrust without danger of causing serious injury to an opponent.
Fencing on Fededershverts is now one of the main disciplines of HEMA (Historical European Martial Arts) – the modern direction of fencing, which reenacts the European martial tradition of the XVI-XVIII centuries based on medieval fencing manuscripts (the so-called fencing books).
Spring tempered alloy steel, hardening 50 HRC
Blade length 104cm
Total length 131-132cm
Blade thickness 5mm
To the tip 2-3 mm
Weight 1500 g.