The latest addition to Cold Steel’s line-up of high-performance swords is inspired by examples of early 17th century Polish sabers. Used both on horseback and on foot, these battlefield sabers had a fearsome reputation, not least for the skill-at-arms of the Polish noblemen who wielded them, but also for their phenomenal cutting potential.
Cold Steel’s interpretation of this historically significant blade was designed by custom bladesmith Dave Baker and is made from expertly heat-treated high carbon steel. With a fully sharpened, distal tapered and strongly curved blade, the Polish Saber is capable of delivering exceptional cuts while still remaining stiff enough for the thrust.
It is equipped with a brass inlaid solid steel guard and knuckle bow for hand protection and a functional thumb ring to facilitate the moulinet – allowing the wielder to keep the blade in continuous motion, parrying, cutting and changing direction at great speed!
With an eye-catching red leather wire-wrapped hilt and matching leather scabbard, and with brass inlays left blank for personal engraving, this sword is as good-looking as it is functional and is sure to be the pride of any European Martial Artist or blade enthusiast’s collection.
– Material: 1055 high carbon steel blade, red leather wire-wrapped hilt
– Overall length: approx. 96.5 cm
– Blade length: approx. 81.3 cm
– Blade thickness: approx. 6.4 mm
– Handle length: approx. 15.2 cm
– Weight: approx. 1134 g
– Including red leather scabbard with steel fittings