By: Windlass Steelcrafts
A favorite way to wear a sword since biblical times, the use of the baldric continued even into the 17th century. While much of the weight of the sword rested on the hip, the shoulder strap provided extra support from the opposite side of the body. This added balance and comfort. Assyrians, Romans and Vikings are all shown in contemporary art wearing baldrics. This European Baldric can be worn with most swords Fits any period. Frog is left open so you can stitch it closed to fit the sword of your choice. Oil tanned leather. Brown With Brass Buckle.
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4/5 average from 5 reviews
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"Pretty good fit. Like the look. An adjustable frog would have been a nice feature." - Leo (4/5)
"Very well made product, nice thick leather, although I wish the over shoulder portion were a bit longer as I'm a big man." - Brian (5/5)
"While the unfitted version was exactly what I was looking for the option of having belts or lace on the frog portion would have been nice." - Jesse (4/5)
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