Children’s plastic retractable jousting lance
Does your child dream of being a knight?
Then all their dreams could come true with this retractable jousting lance.
Although in a traditional jousting tournament the point is to either unhorse your opponent our break your lance on your opponent shield or armour this plastic toy lance has been modified for safety.
The telescopic design of this jousting lance is made up of five sections, each slightly narrower than the one behind that taper to a round point.
This means that this toy lance will compact down when you hit the target you are charging.
To make sure that you child doesn't let go when they hit their target the final section of this plastic lance has a 17 cm grooved handle.
This plastic silver lance is a brilliant accessory to any knight's fancy dress costume and a perfect toy to keep any child entertained for hours.
Why not buy yours today and then come joint us for a real live jousting tournament at the Royal Armouries tiltyard in Leeds (time and dates vary please visit our ticket page for details).
Not completely happy with your order?
You can return or exchange unwanted items up to 35 days after purchase.
The only items that we cannot accept are earrings for pierced ears and perishable items, such as food or drink.
If there is an issue with the product please contact the Royal Armouries online shop customer service team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Return postage and fees
If the item is unwanted or you cancel an order that has already been dispatched the return postage costs will be incurred by the customer.
If the item is faulty or you have been sent the wrong item then the postage cost will be incurred by the Royal Armouries. To ensure that you are refunded the correct amount please get a receipt from the post office and send us a copy via email, by either scanning the receipt or taking a photograph.
We recommend that you do get proof of postage for all items that you post to us as we are unable to take responsibility for returns that go missing in the post.
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