Brigandine of European knight: 13-14th centuryBrigandine of Europe... BRIG-05
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Here is one of the authentic samples of brigandine, that was recreated based on the materials of excavation of the Battle of Visby (1361).
This armour is perfect for medieval tournaments and battles.
Material of metal plates for brigandines
Design of the bottom edge
XS - waist...
XS - waist 63-69 cm (25-27 in.)
S - waist ...
S - waist 70-77 cm (28-30 in.)
M - waist ...
M - waist 77-84 cm (31-33 in.)
L - waist ...
L - waist 84-91 cm (34-36 in.)
XL - waist...
XL - waist 91-102 cm (38-40 in.)
2XL - wais...
2XL - waist 102-117 cm (42-44 in.)
3XL - wais...
3XL - waist 117-127 cm (46-50 in.)
4XL - wais...
4XL - waist 127-137 cm (50-54 in.)
5XL - wais...
5XL - waist 137-147 cm (54-58 in.)
leather straps with steel nickel-plated buckles
leather straps with cast buckles (e-16)
leather straps with cast buckles (e28-с)
leather straps with cast buckles (e14-2)
leather straps with cast buckles (e28-a)
Visby brigandine with faste...
Visby brigandine with fastenings on the back, 1361
Here is one of the authentic samples of brigandine that was recreated, basing on the materials of excavation of the Battle of Visby (Gotland, Sweden). This notable battle between forces of King Valdemar IV of Denmark and the Gutnish country yeomen on the 27 July 1361 year. So-called Visby brigandine is one of the most popular models between reenactors. Brigandine pattern is designed by its historical analogue. You can use this brigandine armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Made-to-measure brigandine is completely handcrafted. Leather belts for fastening are placed on the back of brigand armor. Front of the body is reliably protected with metal plates, riveted to the base of brigantine armour. Base price includes following options: Black wool for outer shell; Cotton for inner shell; Plates of cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm; Steel finding rivets; Black leather straps; Steel nickel-plated buckles; Straight bottom edge; XS-size; No decora..
German Knight brigandine - ...
German Knight brigandine - 1350-1389 year
Brigandine of a German knight of XIV century is a good alternative to chainmail. Such body armor was used as by common warriors, so by commanders and rich soldiers. This model of brigandine is based on the scientific publication "The riders of the war. European Cavalry" by Aleksinsky, Zhukov, Butyagin, Korovkin, 2005. You can use this brigandine armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events 3-holes plates of 4x6 cm are riveted to the firm base. Distance between the plates in row is one cm. Overlap between the rows is one cm. Fastenings are placed on the side of armor. Base price includes following options for brigandine and tasses: Black wool for outer shell; Cotton for inner shell; Plates of cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm; Steel finding rivets; Black leather straps; Steel nickel-plated buckles; Straight bottom edge; XS-size; No decoration In options, we offer you to choose type and thickness of plates, for example, cold-rolled or stainless steel..
Chalkis brigandine type II,...
Chalkis brigandine type II, late XIV - early XV centuries
Chalkis (Chalkida) is town on Greek island Euboea, which was Venetian settlement in the 1209-1470 years. Large-plate brigandine was found in the Castle of Chalkis, and had taken the same name - Chalkis brigandine. European knights were using such brigandine from the 80’s of the XIV century to the early XV century. Now fragments of brigandine are kept in Metropolitan Museum (New York, USA). This model of medieval brigandine with skirt is very popular among modern reenactors of the XIV-XV centuries, because of few benefits: Such brigandine is easy in making; It is very comfortable armour. Leather belts with steel or brass buckles on the shoulders and from the front allow wearing without exterior help; Brigandine has high protective properties. Plates of brigandine cover almost full body without leaving of any gaps. You can use this brigandine armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Made-to-measure brigandine is completely handcrafted. Plates of brigan..
Brigandine (broigne) of Nor...
Brigandine (broigne) of Norman Knights of Colletière from Hasting Battle, 1040-1080 years
This unique medieval body armor is created for everyone, who wants to be art and part in being of the first, who was called “knights”. Mounted fighters, privileged class of those, who does not harvest and plow, but whose duty is to fight, and whose clothing is an armor. Steel Mastery represents you reconstruction of “broigne” of one of the knights of Colletière, dated by 1040-1080 years. We made it with love and do hope, you will like it too ;) Our body armor is based on the fragment of plate, which was found in the settlement Colletière and now is kept in the Musee Archeologique du Lac Paradru (France). Museum description tells us: “Few iron plates, often quite thin, probably round or polyanguar one (size from 4.4. to 7.4 cm), with hard central rivet, which keeps small counter-plate, they probably refer to broigne. In any case, two plates conform to the segment of thick leather (from 0.5 to 0.6 cm)” (Colletiere de Charavines p. 216 from Musee Archeologique du Lac Paradru). At the last picture you can see, how French a..
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