This model is inspired by the lance heads used in jousting during the Middle Ages and Renaissance; the polymer used here is particularly dense, in order to prevent the lance shaft from passing through the enemy's shield at the moment of impact. Ideal for the joust, opposing two knights seeking to break their lances on each other’s shield.
It can also be used as a heel for polearms. You will need to shape your haft to round for the fit.
The word "coronel" comes from the word "crown", because the head of the lance is shaped as a 4 pointed crown, to prevent it from slipping on a impact.
We recommend a round lance with a tip section of about 3.6 cm and a length greater than 300 cm. Ideally balsa for a lance meant break easily, otherwise, ash.
Designed and produced by AUDEO in Ukraine.
(Haft sold separately)
- 85 g
- Total Length
- 12 cm
- Blade Width
- 5 cm
- Shaft Dimensions
- 3 cm round
Davey D. published the 27/04/2023 following an order made on 10/04/2023
Butt fits perfectly on the staff i ordered. No need to bolt just plain friction. Easily set up and good quality!! A good recommend for polearms!!
Peter B. published the 24/03/2023 following an order made on 17/03/2023
I would say this is probably a little too hard to use as a blunt on a spear butt. Because of the four points and the Arcem material it’s made of it can sting a little when used as one. But then again probably not as bad as being whacked with the naked end of an ash spear shaft.
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