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Leather Medieval Sword Frog Belt Hanger Rapier Renaissance

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  • Genuine Leather Construction
  • Adjustable Lacing for Proper Fit
  • Durable Metal Rivets
  • 8 Inches Overall
  • Sword Not Included
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Product Description

Don't use a painted duct tape ring as your sword frog any longer! Constructed from quality genuine leather and cut from a traditonal pattern the Black Leather Traditonal Rapier Sword Frog will surely be noticed on your next costume. Able to be adjusted to any size Rapier and only a fraction of the cost you might see at some booth at a Renn Faire. The metal rivets are quite durable to hold up to long term use. 8 inches overall.

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  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001DF3KRG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (234 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,883 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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4.4 out of 5 stars

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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By C. Hall on November 18, 2010
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I ordered two of these, one from each seller. The one I ordered from brother-smith swords arrived very quickly and was in perfect condition. The leather was a very nice black with a good shine. The laces were leather and black as well. They were also very long. This unit would hold any size scabbard. Very good quality leather. The other one I ordered from the other seller, had a very poor die job on the leather and had a shoe lace that was very short and hard to thread through the eyes. The silver rivets were chipping off to expose a bronze/brass color metal underneath. To use a larger sheath with this one, would require replacing the shoe laces with something else. Although they were both supposed to be selling the same item, the one from brother-smith swords was much better quality. I am not affiliated with either seller, I am just giving my honest opinion based on my purchases of the same item from both sellers. Both items serve their purpose, but I must tell you, the shipping speed and quality of item was much better from brother-smith. He also has a phone number you can call if you need to speak with him. Very much pleased with the service and quality of the item I purchased from him. Hope this helps.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By D. Harris on June 19, 2012
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This is the second time that I have purchased this same exact model of medieval sword frog for a belt through Amazon.com. The first time was a couple of years ago and the product looked the same as shown in the photos. It was made of black leather and included a black leather lace.

Sadly, my recent second purchase of this same product did not go well. The frog that arrived has an identical shape and function as the original. But its construction and quality are vastly inferior. The leather is too thick and stiff and is dark gray rather than black. Plus, the edges of the leather and the back (suede) side are significantly lighter than the front (full-grain) side.

But worst of all: A black cloth shoe lace has been substituted in place of the original leather lace.

The photos shown for this product are not accurate. They show an attractive black medieval sword frog with leather lacing---not the cheap-looking gray leather with cloth shoe lace that is now shipped.

This cheap knockoff was sold by Martial Arts Land and was fulfilled by Amazon.com. I strongly recommend avoiding this seller. If you want one of these medieval sword frogs, then find an honest seller who won't substitude a cheap knockoff.

Buyer BEWARE!!!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lance on October 2, 2013
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This is a very basic sword-frog, and does what it is intended to do with little expense. Mine was certainly leather (a nice black latigo); all of the hardware is inexpensive plated steel, of the type you'd find at a hobbyist leatherworking store. It's certainly sturdy enough for all but the roughest use, by which I mean SCA types hanging their rattan weapons for use in a field-war; anything less than that is just fine. SCAdians on a budget will want to replace these rivets with something sturdier.

A sword hung in this frog will be at a comfortable angle and height. I am able to draw and sheathe my sword without needing to stabilize the scabbard with my left hand, and once the sword is out the scabbard stays nice and snug (as long as there is some sort of lip on it, or a metal throat).

The one gotcha is that this frog is NOT suitable for hanging slim rapiers; the scabbards will be much too slim to be securely held even at the tightest range of adjustment of the laces. I would not recommend it if your sword's blade is narrower than about 1.25" at the hilt, as the scabbard will not be large enough to be tightly held. For broadswords, cutlasses, sabers and sturdy early-period rapiers and such, it's just fine.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Masi on November 4, 2009
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I had a similar experience as [N. Johnson]. I bought this to hold a full-size rapier for a costume and it worked pretty well. I had to be creative with the lacing to get the scabbard to fit, but it worked in the end. I pulled on the laces a bit too tightly and tore the tip off of one, but I should have expected that from real leather straps. (It's easy to get replacement ones from a craft store if need be). I also had to space the hooks when attaching to my belt or else the heavy sword would just hang straight down, which less helpful when dashing about in a heroic manner.

All in all, pretty functional and authentic looking. Good for the price too, but they get you on shipping every time!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By N. Johnson on June 3, 2009
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Bought this to hold a real sword (meaning it has significant weight), and it works great. The belt loops are big enough to fit over your oversized pirate-style belts, and the holster can be adjusted to almost any size if you're clever with the laces--meaning, my scabbard was considerably thinner than most 'toy' swords, but by re-routing the laces I easily made it fit nice and snug. Real leather, looks pretty authentic.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Papa Bravo on March 1, 2012
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All in all it is exactly what I ordered. My only complaint is that it was very dry and stiff, brittle even, when I got it. It was very badly in need of some leather conditioner. I used some saddle oil I had in the garage and massaged it in real well, and I soaked the leather thong that ties the part that holds the scabbard because it felt like a quick tug to tighten it would cause it to tear apart, and then let it all air dry over night before giving it a second application. It feels nice and supple now, not like it is about to crumble in my hands like when I first got it. I'm still very careful when tying the thong. Holds both my Hanwei Torino Rapier and my Cold Steel USMC NCO Saber, picked up both on kult of athena, scabbards securely. Not that it is the historically or ceremonially accurate way to wear either weapon, but it will keep your blade at your side, ready for battle. I also kinda wish the belt loops were adjustable so that they would sit more flush, but for the price it is an exceptional buy. If it were reversible I might buy a second one to hold the Hanwei Torino Main Gauche on my right hip, but alas, belt tuck it is.
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