Flamberge - Calimacil LARP Sword

Doppelsoldner

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Workshop

This two-handed LARP sword features our newest blade. Steel-colored with silver accents, its unique S shape give a menacing look while remaining perfectly safe thanks to our Calimacil foam. The steel-colored handle is wrapped with leather-like brown foam and gives the sword a firm grip for a deadly reach and a great handling. The included guard can be removed for transport or to personalize even more the weapon. It is also stiff enough to deflect blows, but will bend enough to remain safe. Even though the sword has a deadly reach, it remains as safe as our other weapons and will withstand years of harsh combat situations. Note: our other tsubas and rings do not fit this sword.

Character

Historical sword of the Landsknechts, this long sword will also please ruthless mercenaries and fighters who wish to keep their adversaries at bay. A favourite of refined warriors, the two-handed blade will inevitably fall into the hands of a larger creature, such as a troll or giant, who will use it as a sword of his formidable size.

Weight (g): 950
Total Length (cm): 156
Blade Length (cm): 94
Blade Tickness (cm): 3
Blade color: Steel
Handle length (cm): 63
Grip length (cm): 25
Cross guard width (cm): 22
Material: Hybrid, Calimacil Foam

Customer Reviews

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J.H.
YES

This sword is amazing. The core is stiffer than many of my other swords, (it vibrates like a tuning fork if you slap it on the flat) the stiffness makes it very quick in response. You definitely need two hands for effective usage, but I would argue that the Doppelsoldner easily outclasses any sword that’s smaller that it is.
I highly recommend this weapon.
Although, I would suggest keeping the cross guard detached when in heavy use. They’re kind of expensive, and I found the bits on the sides that curl around the blade will tear off at the bead of it’s laid on the it’s side too roughly, or pulled on by another sword going through the ring.

(I would love to see a crossgaurd variant that has stronger or less flamboyant ring though)

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B.K.
A Big Sword to Impress the Wenches... Or Compensate for Something?

This is a very impressive design, not just in size but in the quality of the finish. Looks great, and it seems sturdily built. Well balanced too.

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