About Brigandine arms' protection
Brigandine arms' protection
Leather brigandine protecti...
Bicep is beautiful. Bicep is courageous. Bicep is brutal. However, if it is adorned with all shades of bruise or is slashed, so it is absolutely unbeautiful, unmanly and not brutal. It is painful, unpleasant, and unnecessary for you at all. Therefore, in order to protect your biceps against enemy’s weapon, our blacksmiths made this piece of functional leather armor - brigandine protection of upper part of arm. Cold-rolled steel plates of 1.0 mm are riveted from the inner side of matted firm leather. Additional leather strips are riveted from the outer side. Leather straps overlap meeting point of plates to increase protective qualities of this medieval leather armor, not leaving your en...
Splinted protection for upp...
Splinted protection for upper arm (bicep) is a type of medieval limb protection, which was popular among European and Asian warriors in the XIV-XVI centuries. Such armor is quite easy-to-make and comfortable in use. Plenty of medieval miniatures, effigies and manuscripts depict knight wearing this kind of combined limb protection. Fragment from manuscript Parzival, 1443-1446 years Splinted bicep protection, bracers and greaves, depicted on the effigy of Egidius de Hamal, 1354 year Narrow metal plates (either, steel or titanium) are riveted with rivets to the firm leather base from the inner and outer sides of armour. There are also leather belts with steel buckles fo...
Brigandine arms of the XV c...
Brigandine arms protection was widespread in the XIV-XV centuries among European knights. Such limb armor was usually used together with brigandine or metal breastplate. This full medieval arm defense is a part of brigandine kit in style of the XIV century and includes several elements: brigandine bracers; brigandine protection of upper arm; plate shoulders with rondels; plate elbow caps High-quality leather of thickness 3-4 mm is used for crafting. Type and thickness of metal plates are offered in options. Elements of medieval arm armor are joined together with leather strings. Additionally, every piece has leather belts with buckles, which allow you fasten armor on arm ...
Brigandine bracers are know from the X century and they were popular among European warriors and the Eastern tribes. Such arm armor was usually worn over mail and used together with elbow caps, but with the appearance of plate armour this brigand knight armor became less actual. These short brigandine bracers are made of thick (4-6 mm or 15/10-23/10 inches) croupon leather. Narrow metal strips are riveted from the outer side with steel or brass rivets. Handcrafted medieval bracers are fixed on forearm with high-quality leather straps with buckles and provide good protection during the battles with wood or plastic weapon. We do not recommend you to use it during the battles with stee...
Leather brigandine bracers
Bracers are wonderful thing. There is one of the first element of warrior leather armor, which was in use from the ancient times. And, it is definitely the first one together with horned helmet, which you remember from the childhood – all the great warriors may not wear pants, but do wear bracers and helmet :) Humor behind, we still have to accept that you can’t do without bracers in the battle. They will not only protect against the bladed weapon, but will also very help you even in close combat. To protect your arms without making them heavy, we designed these leather brigandine bracers by unique technology. Cold-rolled steel plates of 1.0 mm are riveted from the inner sid...
Splinted bracers are a type of medieval body armor, which was widespread in the XIV-XVI centuries and was very popular among the European and Asian warriors. Peculiarity of this knight protection is narrow metal strips (splints), riveted from the inner and outer parts of leather of thick cloth base. Such combination of fabric/leather and metal made this armor easy-to-make and not expensive. Splinted armor has good protecting qualities; it is light and comfortable in use. There are many medieval sources (miniatures, gravures, effigies), where you may see similar knight body armor. Splinted armor, Egidius de Hamal, effigy 1354 year A knight wearing splinted armor, fragment ...
Brigandine arms' protection
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These arms are really effective! You have done a great job, thank you!