This can be used for foil and epee. You cannot compete in sabre with this glove.
banned in sabre by the FIE (2015)
banned in sabre by USA Fencing (2015)
This is harder to break but harder to fix. Has the potential to spring back and smack you in the face.
BANNED BY THE FIE (2014)
The visor mask has a section of mesh replaced with a lexan visor. While initially produced for all three weapons, it was most commonly seen in sabre (as it was briefly required for all FIE sabre events). Due to safety concerns, it is now illegal in all three weapons at any competition.
banned in foil and epee by the FIE (2010)
banned in sabre by the FIE (2014)
banned in foil and epee by USA fencing (2010)
Banned in Sabre by USA fencing (2014)
Bayonet style body cords have a push and twist locking mechanism. Due to variations in tolerances among brands, bayonet-style cords work best when the socket and plug are of the same brand.
This is banned by the FIE (2015)
Italian Style bayonet cords have a different push and twist locking mechanism that is bulkier, but sturdier. These are not interchangeable with the Leon Paul style bayonet cords.
This is banned by the fie (2015)