Zorro, whose name in Spanish means fox, was likely based on Mexican folktales of a noble bandit who fought on behalf of the peasantry and indigenous peoples. Zorros true identity is Don Diego Vega, a young nobleman who lived in Los Angeles, California, during the early 19th century when the area was still under Spanish rule. Don Diego became the swordsman Zorro in order to defend the people of Los Angeles from political oppression. Zorro famously uses the letter Z as his mark, using his sword to carve it into the clothes or sometimes the bodies of his adversaries in three swift strokes. This rapier here is constructed of polyurethane foam with a 10mm inner core for durability. Hand painted with impeccable detailing simulating a real sword. Included is a frog for transporting your blade. This frog is constructed entirely out of polyurethane with steel studs. Two adjustable belt loops allows you to adjust the height that you would like the frog to hang at. Defeating your foes is almost right at your fingertips.
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