KUERNBUT OR FOTBITR?
Is your sword lucky, noble or bloodthirsty – or maybe even treacherous? It is, if it has inherited any skills or personality of previous owners or makers. Maybe it even also has a name like “Millstone-breaker” or “Foot-biter”. The Battleworn Viking Sword is a weapon of status and heirloom, and just as the legendary sword “Skraep”, that was dug up all rusty in the legend of how King Vermund’s son saves Denmark from the Saxons, it might appear to be in bad shape judging by its looks. That is not the case.
This 85 cm sword has a 65 cm fullered blade designed to be lightweight while maintaining its structural stability. The crossguard features an intricate serpent-like embellishment. The handle is detailed and 10 cm long, cast and painted to look like realistic leather wrapped around a carved hilt and pommel. unique painted and sculpted detail effects such as rust stains, nicks and scratches.
Whether you are an epic Viking, a feral Beserker or some evil-minded humanoid ice creature from the North, this Viking Sword is our highest quality gear due to its impressive durability and rocking worn-out details. The blade is made from closed cell foam around a fibreglass core and finished with a strong latex coating, while the handle is a polyurethane foam cast that allows for greater detail and no maintenance. This hybrid model sword will make you confident in the safety and appeal of your weapon on the battlefield.
- Originally a Frankish design
- Most swords of this design found in Scandinavia were imported or looted from the Frankish Empire
- A fuller, or the groove that runs the length of the blade, was added to weapons to lighten the blade while adding structural strength