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Anduril Sword - Latex

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Anduril Sword - Latex Anduril Sword - Latex
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Wielded by Aragon in the epic movie trilogy The Lord of the Rings and forged from the shards of Narsil, Anduril is a powerful and mythical blade. Originally worthy only of a descendent of the king of Gondor, we bring you this beautiful replica made out of high-quality latex with a carbon fiber core for strength. Create history as you wield the blade Anduril. $5 additional shipping/ handling.

Please Note: This is not a metal weapon; it is a quality latex weapon for LARP and other forms of action play. The tough layered foam, high quality latex and the specially developed paint we utilize for our latex weapons have been researched for long lasting play and a non-cracking finish. Police-grade Kevlar is used in our sword tips for a non-tearing thrust. Though the fiber cores of our weapons are lightweight, they command the strength to withstand excessive pounds of stress. All of the chemicals and compounds used in our weapons have been proven OSHA safe.
  • Overall: 53"
  • Wt: 14 oz
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I have some mixed feelings about this weapon. There are definitely some good points and some bad as well. For one thing, the picture is a bit deceptive. The Blade looks silvery and movie like in the picture. However, the actual blade is more of a dark greyish/black. It is a little disappointing. Also, the sword was a little damaged from the straps that were used to hold it in place. It is noticeable, but only from one side. The guard on this piece also seems a little bit flimsy. I don't LARP, so I'm not sure if this is a common thing with all Latex swords, and not really something to worry about, or just this one, but it seems easily bent and makes me worry that it will snap if used. They were also bent forward just a little instead of inline with the blade. This issue, however, is only noticeable when you look really close. With all that said, this sword is still pretty cool. For one thing, it is huge and feels nice and study. In spite of the cosmetic issues of the sword (the greyish/black blade) it is still pretty cool to look at and keep around. For the most part, I'm reasonably pleased with it. If the price had been set a little lower, I may have been inclined to up the rating to 4 stars.
Reviewed by Rohan  P
1/9/2014 12:00:00 AM