Medieval Double Wrap Belt
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From the early BC Celts to well past the Renaissance, warriors figured out that a double wrap belt was a more comfortable way to carry a sword. But it was in Medieval times that the practice really flourished. When the extra length of belt wraps around a body the second time, both hips then support the weight of the sword. Besides the balanced suspension, this belt presents a swashbuckling appearance. Made of beautiful top grade leather, this belt is 1-3/4" wide and includes a frog hanger that will fit all scabbards. Available in brown with brass or black with nickel silver studs and buckle. Choose from S (28"-35"), M (33"-40"), L (38"-45") or XL 43" - 50"). All sizes are approximate.
I love it, i tried it out with my sword and it did great, you do have to adjust the sword so it doesn't bump into your legs. But i love it and leather is really nice and the straps hold great. Plus i really love the leather smell it gives off.
Reviewed by nathanael
5/22/2013 12:00:00 AM
I love this belt! The only main problem is that eventually the leather ties used to hold the scabbard broke, so I had to replace them with something else.
Reviewed by Steven
7/30/2010 12:00:00 AM
Well made and practical. The weight of the sword is non-existent with this belt. However, the sword does hang at an unpleasant angle, and forces you to walk whilst holding the hilt of the sword to keep it from tangling with your legs. Not a big complaint though. Overall it is a great buy!
Reviewed by Brad
12/25/2008 12:00:00 AM
This belt makes the weight of the sword seem far less, and just plain looks good. Nice leather work on this one.
Reviewed by Jeffrey
12/10/2008 12:00:00 AM