Medieval Shields buy in our Middle Ages store


Eastern shield Kalkan

Protect yourself from the heavy strikes of your opponents with a top-notch shield in the Eastern style. Kalkan is a round shield from Middle Asia that was popular during the XII-XVIII centuries. The combination of top-notch thick wood and robust leat..

Tempered steel buckler


Kite shield

This elegant almond-shaped shield is a perfect match to protect yourself during the buhurts and HMB competitions like SCA, IMCF, BotN, LARP and ACL. Size is 40 cm x 70 cm. The shield is made of high-quality thick wood, covered with canvas and robust ..

Drop shield

We adapted the design of this teardrop-shaped shield for the historical medieval battles so you can stay protected and keep your opponents at a distance. The shield is suitable for both duels and buhurts. It is made of thick wood that provides a..

Narrow pavise shield

We designed this pavise shield according to the historical prototype from the XV century to make your reenactments both safe and authentic. Originally, the pavise shields were much bigger because crossbowmen used the shields to hide behind them and r..

Oval shield

This oval shield is a perfect option for buhurts and duels. We made it of thick wood and top-notch canvas for better protection. Thanks to its weight (2.5 kg) and convenient shape, you can move without any limits, punch your opponents with the shield..

Pavise bouclier

Bouclier shields were popular among the European knights during the Medieval and Renaissance periods. This type of shield is rather small so it wasn’t suitable for protection against the arrows. However, these shields were just perfect for deflecting..

Roundish pavise shield

Pavise shields were popular in Europe during the XIV-XVI centuries. They could cover the whole body and were actively used by crossbowmen. There were also the smaller versions for infantry. Our roundish pavise shield is made of thick wood, canva..

Tarch shield

The first examples of these shields appeared in the XIII century but the origin of the name is still unclear. It is supposed that the name “tarch” comes from the Arabic word “daraka” which means “to overtake”. According to another version, the name c..

Triangular Pavise shield

Triangular shields were common in the XII-XV centuries because of their simple design and cheap production. It’s a must-have for all warriors to make the reenactments authentic, safe and fun!The shield is made of thick wood, covered with a cloth and ..

Wide pavise shield

Such a model was popular among infantry during the XIV-XVI centuries because of its simple design and a great level of protection. Using pavise shields, the warriors could protect themselves against both one-handed and two-handed weapons. Thanks to t..


Such types of triangular shields were popular among the warriors from the XII century to the XV century. Usually, they were made of plywood but there were also much heavier steel versions. We made this shield perfectly suitable for buhurts, duel..
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