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Roman Gladiator Belt

Roman Gladiator Belt
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Wide leather kidney (gladiator) belt

  • Aged-Dyed Leather
  • Adjustable Straps
  • Antique Brass Buckles
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Model No.
Price
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Description
SBMU-GLDTRBELT-SM
$87
Stock*
Gladitor Belt - Small to Medium
SBMU-GLDTRBELT-LXL
$87
Ships in 5-10 days
Gladitor Belt - Large to Extra Large

* Stock items ship from Strongblade in 1-3 days. Please allow an additonal day for engraving or sharpening.
This wide kidney belt offers great protection in the collesseum. Made of an aged-dyed leather, the belt has three adjustable straps with antiqued brass buckles for a secure fit. Brown. Order small to medium or L/XL
Small/Medium: 28 to 34" Waist
Large/X-Large: 36 to 43" Waist

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Although the term rapier has become synonymous with any narrow-bladed sword (particularly those with fancy hilts), the term rapier actually applied to only a select few types of swords. Rapiers were narrow (usually one and a quarter inches wide), quite long, fairly heavy, and usually had only a slight edge on them. The extremely long length of the rapiers made them a bit heavy and cumbersome, not at all the Errol Flynn or Zorro-type small-swords that most people think of.
Keywords: roman colleseum leather gladiator belt