Witchers are mutants, men subjected to gruelling training and flesh-altering experiments that prepare them for one purpose: to kill monsters. Geralt was forged at the elite School of the Wolf and is considered one of the deadliest witchers ever trained. He possesses superhuman reflexes and strength, and his sword fighting skills are second to none.
Created in collaboration with CD PROJEKT RED, here is Geralt's Steel Sword from the universe of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, an award winning action role-playing game. While steel swords are traditionally made from either meteoric or magnetite iron, this official replica is made of safe Calimacil foam. Crafted and designed from original in-game assets, it is soft enough to ensure safe usage in mock combat, but firm enough for Cosplay and prop usage.
In the open world of Wild Hunt, you chart your own path to adventure. You play as a bounty hunter, a man of the road. You set your own goals and choose your own destinations. Go after the bounty on the head of a nasty monster pestering a village or help a scheming noble who needs a dirty job done — no matter what style of epic questing you crave, The Witcher will provide it. Now you can also wield our steel sword foam replica and train your sword-fighting techniques to match those of Geralt.
Weight (g): 450
Total Length (cm): 121
Blade Length (cm): 93
Blade Thickness (cm): 2
Blade colour: steel, silver edge
Handle length (cm): 30,5
Grip length (cm): 20
Crossguard width (cm): 22
Handle Thickness (cm): 4
Handle colour: shading black, brushing steel, silver chain
Material: fiberglass, Calimacil foam
From CD PROJEKT RED critically acclaimed action role-playing game, The Witcher III, Wild Hunt, our official replicas are crafted and designed from original in-game assets. Made of safe foam, they are soft enough to ensure a safe usage in mock combat, but firm enough for cosplay and prop usage.
Now you can also wield our steel sword foam replica and train your sword-fighting techniques to match those of Geralt.
A very fine sword feels very realistic. So if you want a sword that looks and feels great this is the thing for you. It’s even greater if have watch the show.
I really like the craftmanship behind this and I am glad the one I got didn't have any flaws that require it to be shipped back. It is well balanced just like Sir Razig's sword. The texture of the handle feel so good in my hands that it feels and looks like it was made of real ropes.
Due to its thinner blade (which is closer to the dimension of a real European longsword), I would say handle this with more care in comparison to swords such as Sir Radzig's sword. Than again these are not sparring equipment even though they are quite sturdy.
As for the scabbard, the leather exterior gives it a very authentic look. My guests thought the sword & scabbard are real. Wearing it around during Halloween turned a few heads too.
Took three purchases to get one that didn’t have a crooked crossgaurd, or huge bubbles in the blade (3/4 the size of the blade. It would have exposed the core if it popped or tore)
But the Blade itself is amazing, especially if you don’t mind a smaller handle.
I would argue that the steel sword is functionally the best weapon of its classification available.
Out of all the foam swords I've purchased over the years, this one gets my highest recommendation. It's not as padded as the pillow-soft Bellator II, so it may be harder to get approved at certain LARPS, but it's still soft enough for unarmored sparring and is a genuine joy to fight with.
It looks great, and is basically an unfair advantage against most other foam swords, especially non-Calamacil/latex weapons. It's fast and thin, but still surprisingly sturdy and actually lets you perform proper parries.
If you're looking for a two-handed sword and you don't know which to purchase, the Bellator II is a good, simple sword, a safe and soft weapon that should be accepted at most LARPS that allow latex weapons. But, if you want something absolutely amazing, this is the sword to get.
At first the edges were a bit too hard for me to feel comfortable using in LARP but as I used it more they softened up and felt as soft if not softer than other calimacil weapons. Highly recommend.
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