About Armor for Legs
Three quarters greaves is a widespread model of shin armor among medieval knights in the XV century. Such plate armor covered ¾ of a shin, leaving only inner part uncovered. Greaves have hinges on the outer side and leather belts with buckles for fastening installed on the inner part of plate leg armor. Armor garniture for field and tilt, 1550-1575 years, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA This model of custom leg armor is comfortable in wearing and using. We strictly recommend to use it over padded or fabric chausses. You can use this battle metal leg armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price...
Just have a look at these legs. Have you ever seen something more beautiful? Of course, no! As there is plates legs from Armor Garniture of George Clifford, Third Earl of Cumberland – the most modern medieval armor of Greenwich workshop in the XV century. Whole thigh protection lapses in knee cap, which is extended with transitional plates. Next – two-leaved greaves, back half and edges of the front one reach the ground. First plate of sabatons is movable and fixed with hinge joint. This plate is inserted under the brim of archlike cutout for foot in the front half of greave. For all-in-one fixation, these plate legs are completed with firm belts. Sabatons are consisted of six plat...
Review about items
Got these because after the summer events I realised full padding was suffocating. Perfect for events during heat waves
A bit long if you have a medium-frame like I do, however it certainly is resilient. I would advise nonetheless to use some braces to relieve back pains if you intend to use the belt to support plate legs.