Scabbard with straps Templar




Schwerthalter mit Schnallen Tempelritter
The Medieval period has become synonymous with warfare, trade, and notorious battles and as a result, no Medieval warrior should seen without their weapons within arm's reach.
 
Also known as a sheaf, a scabbard was commonly used by brave knights to hold their sword, knife, or large blade whilst on the battlefield.
 
This Authentic Templar Scabbard with Straps is a great example of this iconic Medieval accessory, allowing you to add an historically inspired dimension to your Renaissance, Larp, Fantasy, or Norse costume collection. Featuring four practical buckles that can be adjusted with ease, this scabbard boasts a decorative rivet and is made from genuine leather.
 
Sword frog with 4 buckles to adjust easily the width of the frog from 4 to 7cm. The large angle prevents the sword tip to touch the floor while moving, even for long swords. You can put the frog on belts up to 6cm (3 to 6 cm are optimal) width.
The frog has a decorative rivet - the Templars' Seal.
leather
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  • PP-04SHTR-100
The Medieval period has become synonymous with warfare, trade, and notorious battles and as a result, no Medieval warrior should seen without their weapons within arm's reach.
 
Also known as a sheaf, a scabbard was commonly used by brave knights to hold their sword, knife, or large blade whilst on the battlefield.
 
This Authentic Templar Scabbard with Straps is a great example of this iconic Medieval accessory, allowing you to add an historically inspired dimension to your Renaissance, Larp, Fantasy, or Norse costume collection. Featuring four practical buckles that can be adjusted with ease, this scabbard boasts a decorative rivet and is made from genuine leather.
 
Sword frog with 4 buckles to adjust easily the width of the frog from 4 to 7cm. The large angle prevents the sword tip to touch the floor while moving, even for long swords. You can put the frog on belts up to 6cm (3 to 6 cm are optimal) width.
The frog has a decorative rivet - the Templars' Seal.
leather