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Paladin Shield - Latex

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This shield is a classic, knightly heater-shaped shield.  Features a suede wrapped, hard rubber handle with an adjustable leather strap for forearm support and  excellent control. The wood grain faux finish is centered with an iron cross. The non crack finish assures service for many battles. $5 additional S/H with this item.

Please Note: This is not a metal weapon; it is a quality latex weapon for LARP and other forms of action play.
  • Overall: 26" high, 22-1/2" wide
  • Wt: Approximately 1lb/8 oz

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Customer Reviews

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I bought this on a closeout special and I am more than thrilled with my purchase. Sturdy strong handle, thick, and good coating. Very happy with my purchase.
Reviewed by William  V
6/9/2017 12:57:03 AM
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Excellent Quality but a bit too large for my taste. The grip is phenomenal and for the price this shield is really great to add to your arsenal however because of it's bulky size it really stands out and looks out of place in comparison to other LARP shields. If these had been modeled after Roman shields rather than Knight shields these would have been perfect.
Reviewed by Irving  M
2/10/2017 12:59:32 AM
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Good looking product made entirely of foam, so it is light and durable. However you have to be careful with the latex, cause it will puncture if you are not careful. Its a little to fragile to use in a classic LARP field battle as you might damage it if you are on a shield wall and pressed by the enemy. It is also small sized, better for a child than an adult. YMMV but the premium price tag on this item makes the ratings for this a mixed bag.
Reviewed by David  E
5/26/2014 12:00:00 AM