The Society for Creative Anachronism, also known as the SCA, a group of reenactors who attempt to recreate the arts, and skills of pre-17th century Europe. In combat, they have strict rules and regulations of what can and cannot be used. Luckily, Medieval Armour has done some of the work for you, as all of our SCA battle ready shields are up to code on most common SCA regulations. designed according to strict regulations, each of these shields is a completely, one-hundred percent battle ready shield, which means that a warrior can carry them with the intent of using them to defend against weapon strikes, just like a real medieval shield. We offer both round shields and heater shields, replicating two of the more common shield types that were favored by soldiers and warriors across medieval Europe. And because they work so well, these functional, steel shields also double over as brilliant reenactment shields, where their heraldries provide a touch of realism and their strength ensures a wielder's defense. Speaking of heraldries, our battle ready shields feature a wide assortment of designs, ranging from plain shields that feature no designs to impressive shows of regal fleur de lis designs and rampant lion heraldries. We even offer shields that recreate the classic cross symbols of famous knightly orders, like Templars, Crusaders, and even the Teutonic Knights! If you're planning on setting foot on a reenactment battlefield or an SCA combat event, then you're definitely going to what to have a good shield handy...and if you pick up your battle ready shield at Medieval Armour, you can rest assured that you definitely have a good shield handy and ready.
The buckler was designed to be a companion that a warrior would use in melee combat. Thus, this Archers Buckler Shield is the perfect shield for an archer, who would only use their shield when they entered into close quarters combat.
A buckler is an ideal shield for a warrior looking for light, agile protection without compromising their offense. Conan chose to use one and now you can choose his, in the Black Conan the Barbarian Round Buckler by Marto.
Edward of Woodstock, known as the Black Prince, was the eldest son of King Edward III of England, and father to King Richard II of England. Crafted in Toledo, Spain, the shield is made in burnished steel with bronzed embossing.
The Boar steel battle shield measures 18 inches across and 24 inches high. This SCA shield is constructed of 16 gauge steel and has a curved shape which represents a classic heater medieval style shield.
The buckler is one of the smallest shields favored by warriors in the medieval and renaissance era, but size hardly makes it less effective. With its construction, this Brass Riveted Buckler stands alone as a defensive implement.
The Campbell steel battle shields available in either a wall display version with a chain to hang it or a hand held, battle-ready version with heavy duty, 1.5-inch leather straps on the back. It is great for battle and reenactment.
The Castle Shield by Marto is an absolutely beautiful shield featuring the intricate design of a castle on its front, as well as an astonishingly solid build of steel and gold-plated rivets. It is a great piece of medieval decor.
This full sized shield by Armaduras bears the Fleur-de-Lys crest of Charlemagne, ruler of the Holy Roman Empire, mounted over the blue cross of Lorraine. Crafted in Spain, the shield is made in burnished steel with bronzed embossing.
Prove yourself a worthy knight under Charles the Great with the Charlemagne Steel Battle Shield in hand. Constructed from strong and durable 16-gauge steel, this historical reenactment shield raises your defense on the SCA battlefield.
The Charles V Holy Roman Empire Shield by Marto of Toledo Spain is an ornamental triangular shield, known as a kite shield, made from steel and embellished with gold. This medieval shield makes for a great home decor.
The Charles V Shield is a great decorative shield to add to your medieval themed home or office. This shield is made of steel and features a white background with a red cross. The Charles V Shield features the seal of Charles V of Spain.
A leather shield would be of value to a barbarian, being light-weight and easy to use. While these describe the shield that Conan used, they leave out the detail found on our Conan the Barbarian Leather Round Shield by Marto.