From pikemen to watchmen, many medieval characters should have a polearm at hand. Create your own with the European Boar Spear Head. Made from 1055 high-carbon steel, this spearhead is fully functional.
This spearhead features a leaf-shaped blade with a central ridge that becomes a conical socket at the bottom. Just below the blackened blade, there is a pair of short quillons with sphere tips. On a historical spear, these protrusions were important for hunting as they help to stop the spear head from entering too far into the target.
The socket on this spear allows it to fit the haft of your choice or to replace the blade on the Man at Arms European Boar Spear by Cold Steel, sold separately. You can become a fierce fighting force by creating your own man-at-arms spear with this medieval spearhead. It works great for medieval reenactments and so much more.
Extra Info about Spears
This spear head takes its design inspiration from historical German hunting spears. The spear has a history that stretches back millennia. Its usage includes the beginning and end of the medieval period, for both military and hunting use. Spears with blades like this one were commonly used for hunting.
- Fully functional
- Blackened finish
- Has a leaf-shaped blade
- Features a pair of quillons
- Great for reenactments and collections
- Blade is 1055 high-carbon steel
- Overall Length: 19.25 Inches
- Blade Length: 10.5 Inches
Measurements are approximate.