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Belts, Baldrics & Frogs

Period belts were not used to hold up pants. They were used for carrying your sword as well as a variety of pouches. Baldrics and frogs were another way of easily carrying your sword, which was one of your prized possessions. 

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Leather Sword Hanger Frog

#200012
This black sword hanger is made from the finest quality leather. Features nickel plated steel.
$14.95

Steampunk Gambler’s Derringer Lighter

#804696
This Steampunk styled set includes an all-metal gun and a hand-made leather holster. The gun has a faux wood stock and is actually a working lighter.
$34.95

Braided Monastic Belt

#201633
This woven belt is made of braided virgin jute fiber and it the perfect finishing touch for many period costumes. Measuring 124" long, allowing it to be double wrapped around most robes and tunics.
$24.95

Forged Knightly Belt Buckle

#805054
Medieval Belt Buckle built to handle the rigors of thicker belts and the gear carried on them.
$9.95

Forged Locksley Belt Buckle

#805058
Perfect for any outlaw ensemble. Forged iron with leaf motif.
$19.95

Forged Medieval Belt Buckle Plain

#805052
A terrific all around belt buckle for any medieval reenactment.
$7.95

Forged Medieval Belt Buckle Twisted

#805061
Hand forged, twisted iron medieval belt buckle is a great all around buckle for the nobility and peasantry alike.
$19.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Elegant Pirate Belt

Top-notch belt for any pirate outfit. Feels like it will hold up to a lot of wear, especially with various pouches, straps, flintlocks, and scabbards added to it.
Reviewed by: Stephen, September 18, 2019

Review of: Adjustable Leather Sword Belt with Integrated Frog

A great belt.  I made the mistake of ordering this as L/XL as I was thinking I wanted to make sure I had a lot of left over belt to have that hanging effect.  I'm a 34 waste.  I should have bought the S/M size.  But this works.  I just added my own holes to it to make it fit better.
Reviewed by: Tony, July 22, 2019

Review of: Right Handed Leather Rapier Carrier

I had a lot of compliments on this.  Definitely a must have for a rapier.  High quality leather and fittings.
Reviewed by: Tony, July 22, 2019

Review of: Leather Broadsword Frog

The frog is well made, with good, solid leather, and holds the scabbard well.   However if your blade sticks at all in its scabbard, the frog does not hold it strong enough to allow you to pull the blade free.  Usually the scabbard and the half drawn blade will come out of the frog.   That said, the piece is very handsome and of good quality for the price.  Very pleased with the product.
Reviewed by: Ernest, July 19, 2019

Review of: Baldric for Roman Lorica Segmentata

Excellent product, fine leather and condition. Highly recommend. Excellent shipping and package. Thanks again.
Reviewed by: HOWARD, June 26, 2019

Review of: Black Knightly Belt

This belt is quite substantial and appears to be of high quality material. It is very long (over 6ft) so keep that in mind when purchasing. I bought it in black and am pleased.
Reviewed by: Jenna, June 22, 2019

Review of: Pirate's Baldric w/ Knives

This Baldric was great quality and well made. Stitching is good and leather is thick.
Reviewed by: Richard, May 25, 2019

Review of: Huntington Belt

The belt is very period and I love how it can let it hang in front or to the side of me like knights of old would and it fits great.
Reviewed by: Johnathan, May 22, 2019

Review of: Leather Broadsword Frog

The frog is of high quality leather and holds my excalibur sword I bought fairly well with no give to it. The only downside in using this is I don't have a fat/wide enough belt for this design and it was hard to tell exactly how big of one I would need.
Reviewed by: Johnathan, May 22, 2019

Review of: Pirates Sash

Having the Buccaneer Coat, the Pirate King belt this sash  simply makes for a great ensemble and attire.  The whole outfit would not be complete  without it.  Excellent.
Reviewed by: Tony, February 19, 2019