Swords used in the Crusades in Medieval Europe were descended from Viking designs brought in from Scandinavia during earlier ages. They tended to be approximately 75-100cm in length and about 5cm wide at the hilt. They were used one-handed for most of this period with longer handled bastard and two-handed swords appearing later.
Wooden handle with leather wrapping
Wooden cored, leather bound scabbard. Wooden belt loop
Overall Length: 95 cm
Blade Length: 78 cm
Weight with scabbard: 1.8kg
Metal components - high carbon steel grade EN45
LightCombat "F" model is hardened and tempered with full tang, has thick edges (1.5mm - 2mm thick) and Tip of the sword is rounded off.
Standard "R"model is hardened and tempered with full tang, no thick edges, no rounded tip.