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It's about time!
All these LARP swords, LARP axes, LARP Dagger and LARP noses, and not one LARP Quarterstaff. Well, quarterstaffists ... quarterstaffers ... quarterstffions ... people who like quarterstaffs; your day has come!
This ironshod quarterstaff is a beautiful piece of foam, latex and fiberglass. It's comfortable, flexible, safe and, best of all, fun as a game of human pinata.
The 71-inch staff (that's right, nearly six feet!) features faux-iron flanges on either end for that special caress on your opponent's chest. The grip is wide and black, (joke deleted), and provides a perfect handhold when the action gets heavy, (joke deleted).
Maintenance: We recommend that all latex staffs be treated occasionally with a silicone lubricant, like the one available below. The silicone will keep the coating flexible and make the staffs last much longer. It also allows for more realistic sliding of staff against staff.
This item is part of our Epic Armoury line (see below for more info on Epic Armoury).
About Epic Armoury
This item is a part of our Epic Armoury collection. Epic Armoury LARP swords are rugged, comfortable and beautiful. They are made with some of the toughest foam on the market and coated with a dynamic layer of durable latex. The foam used is a closed-cell type of material that don't shred with heavy use like some other foam swords.
Each staff is cored with a strong and flexible fiberglass rod that allows for excellent transfer of power during swings. The core is swaddled in layers of soft foam to make every blow a safe one.
The tips on each of these beautiful staffs is reinforced with a proprietary Kevlar cap that keep thrusts safe and ensures that the sword's tip will not break.
These swords provide a fantastic experience for any level of LARPist of sparrer, and the price is reasonable for any budget.
Material: Closed-cell foam with dense latex coating. Flexible Fiberglass Performance Core.
Overall Length: 71 inches (nearly 6 feet!)
Maintenance: We recommend that all latex staffs be treated occasionally with a silicone lubricant, like the one available below. The lubricant keeps the latex from drying out over time. It also allows for more realistic sliding of staff against staff. The silicone will keep the coating flexible and make the staffs last much longer. The maintenance silicone protects the coating from drying out, and helps the staff resist wear and tear.
Spray the silicone directly on your latex shield and work it in on the entire surface. Avoid leather handles, and other non-latex or varnish elements.
You can never use too much silicone.
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The pollaxe (or polaxe, or poleaxe) became popular in the 14th and 15th centuries, during the golden age of plate mail. Armor became so strong during this time that it became really, really difficult to actually kill anyone (well, anyone of importance, right?). So the polaxe was created. A long shaft, crowned with a steel head that featured an axe-blade on one side and a spike or hammer-head on the other. And usually with another spike at the top, just to make it deadly from any angle.