Poleaxe Rubber head
Poleaxe head made of high density rubber for safe HEMA training
- Designed according to historical sources
- Flattened tip
- Compatible with square wooden staff
The Poleaxe, is a pole weapon that developed in the 15th century. Used on the battlefield by soldiers or knights on foot, it is formidably effective against an opponent in armor, which also made it very popular in tournaments between knights.
Its constitution makes it a real Swiss army knife.
A wide blade reminiscent of the shape of an ax is used to inflict wounds on unprotected parts.
The hammer is useful to, crush pieces of armor and stun the opponent
The dagger at the top can go through weaknesses in the armor such as the joints or the visor
A disc at the base of the cross, called a “Roundel” protects the hands.
This faithful reproduction of high-density rubber is ideal for making a training weapon ax.
It pairs perfectly with the square section wooden staff and can be finished with a "coronel" tip to secure the tail of the poleaxe
- 50 cm
- 24 cm
- Blade - Length
- 19 cm
- Blade - Thickness
- 1.7 cm
- 700 g