We have the best quality LARP daggers from the top manufacturers around the world. We have both medieval daggers and fantasy daggers from all the LARP collections at affordable prices. Our LARP daggers are great for kids to pretend they have swords and are very safe.
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Larp bows are made of durable fiberglass and will provide many years of service. These larp axes are of the highest quality made today and will give you many years of "chopping service" in the field. Whether you need a wood chopper for role play or a full on larp battle axe, we have you covered.
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LARP Distribution offers many of the most popular types of wholesale foam and latex weapons, as well as the maintenance silicone recommended to extend the life of these pieces. Our wholesale LARP swords come in short, medium, long, and two-handed. Our selection of wholesale roleplay weapons even extends to a variety of modern and post apocalypse-style LARP weapons in our Dark Moon Collection.
People keep asking me this. So, not worth it for one, but worth it if you want a lot of them to equip your friends, or quickly grow a local gear pool. You do not need any artistic skill to make weapons - just time and the ability to cut a straight edge and for that, you can use a ruler.
Our full offering of foam and latex swords used for LARP, martial arts or just fun. Boffer swords and shields are software are plainer than LARP, but still lots of fun. If those who "live by the sword die by the sword", you might want to use an axe, mace or spear.
LARP or padded weapons are made of foams, fiberglass and various paints and sometimes natural latex. On a glass fiber rod, which stabilizes the foam weapon, a body of foam is applied, which forms the shape of the weapon to be displayed. This can be done by sticking individual foam layers together or by foaming plastic in a mold.