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PractiKilt Outlaw
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Outlaw is made in blue stonewash denim. The classic blue jeans look is captured in this great kilt perfect for the hiking trail or just going to your favorite outdoor event. The stone-washed look makes this kilt as trendy as it is practical! Machine washable. Available in Medium (36" to 38") only.
Wizard Magic Wand
A wizard is only as good as his wand! Perfect for those magical events, this hardwood wand can be stained or painted for your own look. Four styles, sorry no choice. Warning: Wizard's manual not included, please use wisely!
  • Overall: 12"
Knightly Headband
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Knightly Headbands are a perfect compliment to any mail coif. Our bands are made with stretch silk velvet and laced with a gold trim. Six gold laces in the back allow you to tie it securely. Black or Blue only.
Dragon Viking Axe
The Nordic warrior held his weapon in great reverence and often lavished them with elaborate decorations. Our example displays a Viking dragon knot work motif. This is the perfect size for one handed combat in conjunction with a shield. The decorated head is tempered steel and the shaft is from a good hardwood. A great choice to finish out your Viking gear. A Viking's equipment consisted of sword, seax, axe, spear and round shield, the quality of which indicated a warrior's social status. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
  • Overall: 26-1/4"
  • Blade: 7" long, 4-3/4" wide, 3/16" thick
  • Wt: 1 lb/12 oz
 
Steel Arm Defense
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The Romans forged one of the mightiest empires the world has ever seen.  They spread Greek culture, thoughts and ideals throughout most of the world. But Rome had its dark side; the brutal Gladiatorial games.  Men were pitted against men, against animals and sometime there was sport in just watching men being slaughtered.  Mosaics and stone carvings depict several types of gladiators fighting with various combination of arms, helmets and armor, making it difficult to definitively asses the prevalence of any particular area.  One well known combatant was the Retiarus, who would attempt to entangle his opponent with a weighted net, then finish him with a trident. His opponent was the Secutar, armed in traditional gladiatorial fashion; helmet, armor for the sword arm, small shield and greaves. 

This replica arm defense is based on remaining artifacts and depictions on intact mosaics. Segmentations and mail elbow joint allow superior freedom of movement while giving great protection to the sword arm.  One piece, fits either arm.