- LARP Inn
- Resell a wide range of weapons, armour and costume from multiple manufacturers, plus a selection of makeup, prosthetics (including latex ear tips) and accessories. Good customer service and attend events at multiple national systems/kit fairs. Offer a 5% discount to BathLARP members, details here.
If you’re interested in something on their website that isn’t shown as currently in stock, I’d recommend dropping them a line before ordering to ask about availability – a couple of members have reported lead times on some of the “order in” items turning out to be longer than estimated – Andy
- Saxon Violence
Weapons from various periods in history – good for spears and stonking great axes.
Please reference BathLARP when you make an order, as for every ten orders from club members we get a free weapon. If we want to make a large order, discounts/cheap postage may be a possibility.
- Having a LARP
General mix of bits, pretty solid.
If you order through the club in a bulk order, we used to be able to arrange a 10% discount – need to confirm this is still the case. However, Having a LARP are the folk we usually have down once a year for our own mini trade fair.
- Gnosis Studios
A mix of weapons, both ‘standard’ and some very not (like throwing heads).
If you use our discount code they will give you 10% off any order. This offer Excludes sale items and postage.
- A German site with a fairly extensive range of armour, some weapons, basic kit, and various accessories.
- Dein LARP Shop
- A German LARP site with an interesting mix of bits and bobs at a reasonable price.
- Gem’s Trading Co
- General mix of bits, some opportunities for custom work. Pretty solid.
- Some weapons, some armour, some clothing. Please note that any metal weaponry is strictly forbidden in LARP, and anyone who buys and brings it along to a game will be made to put it away.
- Ukrainian site, mostly focussed on metal armour but with a good range of gambesons and leathers too. Very very pretty, very expensive.
- LARP Warriors
- A good all-round larp kit shop, also sells weapon DIY bits including sword ‘blanks’ and foam repair glue. Also worth looking at their sister-site Southern Swords – while not a larp seller it does have a lot in the way of clothing, armour and accessories.
- Chow’s Emporium
- Redefining the concept of miscellaneous, Chow’s supplies…stuff, from furs to tankards.
- The Goblin Workshop
- Fun weapons (note the pie daggers!) and interesting leatherwork (including custom sheathes).
- A. J. Preece LARP Supplies
- Weapons, leatherwork and misc. props.
- The Viking Dragon
- Everything Viking.
- Velvet Glove
- Off-the-rack and custom costuming to a high standard.
- Exceedingly pretty medieval gowns and robes.
- Slav Medieval
- Fairly straightforward tunics, dresses, cloaks and trousers.
- Stardust and Sparkles Larpcraft
- Primarily costume with some leather armour and random props, ethos is about recycling so even ‘off the peg’ items tend to be unique.
- Luthaisea’s Kit
- Costume made to commission by one of our own members, with rumours of off-the-peg work to come (especially once the embroidery machine is duly programmed with Guild badges).
- GoldenMochi Costumes & Designs
- Mostly commission work, although there’s a small number of off the shelf items for Empire. Made by a larper for larpers, so expect practical as well as pretty in the end results.
- Primarily an armour site with some nice bits and pieces, they also have a small range of costume and weapons (including the Big Roby Thing (sic)).
- Polish site. Very expensive, but very, very pretty leather armour. Also trades as Faun Forge for off-the-rack armour at more affordable prices.
- AG Leather Design
- Fairly hard-core leather armour and accessories.
- American chainmail supplier; high quality, low weight. As they do PPE gear this includes full leggings and gloves.
- German supplier of welded stainless steel chainmesh. Slow lead times, but they do full custom work.
- German supplier of welded steel chainmesh. Ask for their current catalogue, they do a lot more than they say on the website.
- Armchair Armoury
- Metal armour of the plate, scale and ring varieties, including the kit to make your own.
- McSkelly Leathers
- Leather armour and accessories.
- Weapons and some armour, a good place for “non-standard” weapons.
- Dragon Armoury
- A mix of old and new construction styles to make classic blades with durable hilts. Also high quality PE plate armour.
- Various kit but mostly weapons. Formerly ‘Tallows’ and ’Warrior’s Wardrobe’.
- Irregular Props
- Nicely weighted weapons, and as far as I can see if it can be made in foam and latex they’ll give it a go…
- Jaunty and Rakish
- Miscellaneous bits and bobs, in particular a large selection of unusual and interesting coreless weapons.
- Indigo Archery
- Not only a physical shop but an indoor range for practice – the staff are both extremely nice and extremely competent. No LARP specific stuff as yet but they will advise on suitable bows and are considering getting in IDVs…
- Aimed more towards re-enactors but still a good selection of archery equipment, plus armour padding of varying types.
- An interesting range of bows and arrow shafts.
- Waffle Tip NERF darts
- Amazon link to the only unofficial darts we allow for NERF Crossbows.
Masks and Make-up
- Mandala Studios
- High-quality foam and latex masks.
- Dental Distortions
- Fake teeth, fangs, and claws.
- Stage make-up of higher quality and lower risk of allergies than Snazz.
- Just Posh Masks
- Venetian masks, a good source for blanks for self-decoration.
- German site, good mix of masks, facepaints, prostheses and costume.
- Madhouse FX Studio
- Various styles of pointy ears.
- Bristol-based theatrical suppliers, they sell Kryolan F/X Blood (Dark) which is an excellent LARP fake blood (do not use on others without their permission).
Jewellery and Accessories
- Magic Tribal Hair
- Excessive hair falls with various bits braided in, in both normal and fantasy colours.
- Roo the Leather Carver
- A mix of bits made from leather, all elaborately carved and decorated.
- Eternal Designs
- Leather masks, crowns and similar.
- El Costuero Real
- All sorts of oddities including antlers, butterfly-wing cloaks…
- Primarily wigs and things to keep wigs happy, also some crafting gear.
- Fun Costume Stuff
- As the name suggests, but particularly good for hats, ears and other adornments.
- Willow Bee Workshop
- A mix of leather-worked bits and bobs, in particular masks.
- Herts Fabrics
- Reproduction fabrics.
- The Identity Store
- Leather and leatherworking equipment.
- The Ringlord
- Everything you need to make your own maille, including all sorts of interesting metal and other rings.
- Theatrical chandlers, good for sources of unusual materials for prop-making.
- Thames Valley Plastics
- LDP45 for all of your weapon-making needs.
- Bayley Heritage Castings
- Bronze fittings for all sorts of crafting jobs.
- Celtic Craft Shop
- Celtic-themed rivet/screw-back buttons, snaps and similar.
- Harlots and Angels
- Patterns for corsetry, hats and waistcoats; some pre-made bits.
- Dragon Swann Designs
- Embroidered patches and motifs that can be added to kit.
- Military Mart
- Or any other army surplus you like really – Great source for basic outdoor gear, waterproofs, boots etc. at reasonable prices. Also look out for Gasmask/Respirator Bags they’re just the right size for your lunch and a drink and come with a waist strap to stop them bouncing around as you run/fight. Woollen army blankets are perfect for use as simple cloaks or as raw material for coats, bags, pouches etc with a bit of sewing. More elaborate uniform items and head gear can even make a good basis for easy character costume.
- Bell Tent UK
- Bell and other canvas tents at affordable prices. Also Camping with Soul, a site for fest-friendly camping gear and tent dressing, and Hotel Belltent.
Have something to sell and want to let the world know? Email the committee