Gotisk skallkrossare tillverkad i kolstål 1055.
The medieval man-at-arms was a stalwart and dependable fighter who exhibited great martial prowess with a range of weapons. He was the veteran of many conflicts and was often first into the fray. To honor these rugged, salt-of-the-earth warriors, Cold Steel has created a range of true journeyman’s weapons called the Man at Arms Collection.
These battle-ready weapons may lack the polished silver steelwork of Cold Steel’s high-end weapons, but they are quite similar in quality and performance. And when well-oiled, they are gleamingly beautiful in their own right.
The Man at Arms collection features a selection of some of Cold Steel’s finest products, but at a markedly reduced price. If you always wanted a Cold Steel piece but couldn’t afford one, this collection is made for you.
Cold Steel is proud to add this eye-catching Germanic-style mace to the line-up of historically inspired Man at Arms weapons.
This modern interpretation of a classical Gothic mace is hand-made from 1055 high carbon steel. It features a thick-walled, hollow steel handle and a weighty pommel to counterbalance the mace’s heavy helmet-crushing head.
Designed to oppose armored foes, the MAA Gothic Mace features six steel flanges. Each one is profiled and tapered to reduce weight but also to add “bite” upon impact, denting and crushing even the strongest plate armor, while the spiked finial at the crown allows the mace to be used as a thrusting tool. Wielded with either one or two hands, the Gothic Mace is light enough to use with speed, but stout enough to block, parry and, of course, deliver a crushing blow!
Richly blued to a deep black finish, with a hand-stitched leather wrapped handle, this good looking mace is sure to be an exciting addition to the collection of any Historical European Martial Artist, Historical Reenactor or weapons enthusiast.
– Material: 1055 high carbon steel
– Overall length: approx. 71.1 cm
– Handle length: approx. 22.9 cm
– Thickness: approx. 2.2 cm (handle); approx. 1.6 cm (shaft)
– Head: approx. 15.2 x 8.9 cm
– Weight: approx. 1443 g