Heavy infantry shield, so called. War-Door shield

Domed rectangular battle shields date from approx. 1300 to approx. 1500. The wall shield developed from this form later. These shields were used by foot soldiers who could assemble a shield wall quickly and also protect themselves with spears or other polearms.

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Heavy infantry shield, so called. War-Door shield

This premium-quality shield is produced in the Czech Republic.

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80 cm

60 cm

4800 g

90 cm

60 cm

5000 g

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