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The Skillful Way

350,00455,00

Configuration 1 | Bulb pommel, narrow blade
Configuration 2 | Extruded disc pommel, narrow blade
Configuration 3 | Fig pommel, wide blade
Period: 16th century
Blade Type: Diamond blade with thick rounded ricasso
Cross: Straight with finger rings and knuckle bow
Overall Length: 99-104-109 cm (depending on the three blade lengths available)
Max Blade Width:  Narrow  2.4 cm | Wide 3 cm
Cross Width: 23 cm
Grip Length: 8 cm (pommel not included)
PoB: 11.5 cm from cross
Edge Thickness: 2 mm
Weight: 980 – 1000 gr.
Tip: Thickened
Hardening: 50 HRC
Flexibility: 7.5-8,0 kg

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The Skillful Way

The Diestro sidesword perfectly introduces the fencer to the Destreza system. This style, originated in the Iberian regions, was in fashion from the end of 15th century, even though the first surviving treatise, “Philosophia de las Armas”, was written by Jerónimo Sánchez de Carranza in 1582. The name was brilliantly suggested by M° David Rawlings from the London Longsword Academy.

Thanks to a good balance between cut and thrust, the Diestro is specifically designed for Historical European Martial Arts (HEMA) and is an excellent pairing with our buckler, targa, parrying dagger or a cape.

Additional Information

Historical Period

Renaissance

Ambidextrous

Yes

Dismountable

Yes

More details

The hilt comes with a slightly dark polishing
Safe 5mm thickened tip and responsive handling
Handcrafted in Italy

1 Year Warranty » More

When ready, the item is insured and dispatched within 48/72 hours via express courier, followed by a tracking link and dedicated support.

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