All Swords

With Calimacil Larping swords, become a legend!

Over the years, we have worked very hard to improve the quality, durability, and safety of our Larping swords. 

We have improved the formula of our foam with which all our weapons are made (axes, daggers, hammers, polearms...) with the objective of always offering you high-quality weapons that will accompany you in all your future events! 

Today we are proud to offer you the most complete collection of Larping swords on the market!

Whether you are looking for a short sword, a long sword, a two-handed sword, or a colossal sword, you will find what you are looking for!

You are a big fan of video games and you want to own the same weapons as your favorite heroes? We also have replica weapons created in collaboration with big names such as CD Projekt for The Witcher III or Warhorse Studio for Kingdom Come: Deliverance!  


A weapon that made history

The sword is probably the weapon that has gone through the most times before being replaced. Considered the first weapon used exclusively to injure and kill opponents, the first sword is believed to date back to 3400 BC.

At the beginning, the sword was a prestigious weapon owned by the most important people because it was very difficult to produce. It later became a common piece of equipment, especially in the Roman army.

Typical weapon of the Middle Ages, its manufacture gained in quality and quantity thanks to the techniques of manufacture inherited over several centuries. 

With the advent of firearms and the disappearance of hand-to-hand combat on the battlefield, the sword gradually lost its importance and its necessity.

The battle of Culloden, which took place on August 26, 1746, is the most representative example and marks the decline of the sword in favor of guns.

This battle which opposed Highlanders equipped with swords against English riflemen ended in the victory of the English who decimated the Highlanders with more than 2 000 dead against 52 on their side.

Today, the sword continues to fascinate and has entered popular culture with swords such as Excalibur (King Arthur), Anduril (Lord of the Rings) or the Master Sword (The Legend of Zelda)