Both gentlemen, or yeomen bould, Or whatsoever you are, To have a stately story tould, Attention now prepare. It is a tale of Robin Hood, But honestly - his bracers, We hope, you rightly understood, Relax and took it well. (A True Tale of Robin Hood Ballad) If someone ask you about a truly important thing, which help Robin to win, except his bow, Little John, Friar Tuck and even his tights you can with full confidence answer that there were his bracers. Cool medieval leather armor. Comfortable, strong, soft, reliable, light, forest-like stylish and absolutely not interfering with archery, but only helping with. Well, or fighting on sticks, if we mind the legends. ...
When it is time to choose plate arms, fashion fighter goes to Chuburg – one of the medieval biggest armor ideas' shopping mall! Yes, it was a rich collection of plate armor from the Chuburg castle, well, and a little bit - Diptych of Munich by Hans Memling, which inspired us to create these knight plate arms. As a result, these magnificent plate arms are in front of you - very comfortable, modest, but stylish. Functional and fashionable must-have for the European knight during XIV-XV centuries and a great choice for the modern fighter. These plate arms are not a strict reconstruction, but a very reliable stylization, in which it is not ashamed to appear at most medieval events and safe ...
Simple plate shoulders of the late XIV – early XV century was a popular type of body armor in the Middle Ages. Now, such spaulders are in wide use among reenactors and history fans. These spaulders will be a great addition to any kind of XIV-XV centuries’ armor kit. This segmented shoulder defense has quite simple design. Few plates are riveted to each other that makes a spaulder movable. Knight spaulder is fastened around the bicep with leather belt and buckle. Additionally, this body armor is laced to the padded gambeson or steel breastplate. You can use this functional handcrafted shoulder armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactm...
Plate spaulders with bump stops are made in style of Milan armor, which was popular among European knights in the XIV-XV centuries. Shoulder defense is supplied with buffers, which amortize blows during the combat. Spaulders are fastened with leather laces to plate cuirass or knight gambeson. Belts with buckles keep armor reliably on the upper part of arm. This armor is completely handcrafted by parameters of customer. You can use this steel shoulder protection for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price includes following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm; Satin polishing; Brown leather belts; Steel nickel-...
Handcrafted Eastern arm defense is a stylization of vambraces, which were popular among Asian, Rus’ and Middle Eastern warriors in the XIII century. Quite often, gap between two halves of bracers was filled with mail sheet. This model has a hinge for closing and leather belt and buckle for keeping this medieval armor on the arm. Persian warrior, miniature from Shah Nameh Bracers are long enough to cover the elbow, so caps for joint protection are not required. These plate forearm defense is similar to another Asian type protection – forearms “The Boat”, which were found in Sakhnovka, Ukraine and dated by the XIII century. Custom arm protection goes perfectly with h...
Bracers with painted leather are based on the classical forearm defense, which was popular among Asian and Rus’ knights in the XII-XV centuries. Tubular bracers have two leather belts with buckles for keeping of handmade armor on the arm. Defense is long enough to cover the elbow. Leather is riveted inside the bracer. Edges look like a wristband and protect wrists well. We may paint any ornament in any colour by your wish. We recommend to wear this plate arm defense over padded Eastern gambeson. You can use this handmade medieval armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price includes following options: Co...
English pauldrons of the late XV century is an enlarged version of medieval spaulders. This medieval protection based on the patterns from the funeral armour of English knight Ralph Fitzherbert (d.1483). A fragment of effigy of the English knight Ralph Fitzherbert, Norbury, England Comparing to simple metal spaulders, these pauldrons cover not only shoulder bones, but also armpits and partially back of a knight. Pauldrons are held with leather belts on the upper part of arm and tied up with lacing to the plate cuirass. Additional plate with bumps stops for blows buffering is pinned to the pauldron for better protection during the tournament. You can use these English knigh...
English Gothic pointed elbow caps are made in keeping with the best traditions of the 2nd half of the XV century. These couters have all the features of classical Gothic armor: pointed “nose”, reinforcement ribs/flutes on the surface of armor, sharp lines. Two knights in armour, engraving, circa 1480-1490 years These pointed elbow caps are a part of English gothic plate arms of the 2-nd half of the XV century, with which you may create perfect medieval custom arm armor. Gothic pointed outers have leather belts with buckles for fastening on the joint. This armor should be worn only over padded gambeson. You can use this custom-made plate arm defense for: ...
Milan style pauldrons are the significant part of well-known "Avant Armour". This full-plate Italian kit is dated by the 1450-1485 years. Steel armor was crafted in Corio workshop, Milano, and was belong to fon Matsch (the owner of Churburg Castle in 1450 year). Now this armour is in almost perfect condition and is kept in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glazgo, Scotland. Difference in size is a specific feature of this shoulder protection. Left pauldron is larger, than the right one. Additional steel plate is pinned to the left pauldron for extra protection. This unique form is peculiar only for pauldrons of "Avant Armour" and was never used for other types of armour. Shoulder ...
Knight plate arms with elbow caps is a part of full-plate armour in Churburg style and referred to the XIV century. Medieval plate armor from Churburg castle This medieval defense consists of three parts: Rerebrace (bicep/upper arm guard); Bracer (or vambraces – forearm defense); Elbow cap with fan These elements are connected with rivets and have leather belts and buckles for holding of armor on the arm. Tubular bracers have hinges and completely cover forearm of knight. Winged fans on the caps cover outer side of elbow. Plate spaulders of the XIV century will complete this medieval arm protection. We strictly recommend to wear armour over the padded gambe...
The Khatangu-degel spaulders armor is a stunning piece of armor that is steeped in Mongolian history and tradition. The spaulders, which are shoulder plates designed to protect the wearer's upper arms and shoulders, are a key component of the Khatangu-degel armor. Crafted by the skilled artisans at Steel Mastery, the Khatangu-degel spaulders are a faithful recreation of the spaulders worn by the legendary Mongolian warrior, Khatangu-degel. They are made using traditional techniques and materials, ensuring that they are as authentic and true to history as possible. What makes the Khatangu-degel spaulders so special is not only their historical accuracy, but also their stunning design.&n...
German knight plate arms with elbow caps of the XIV century was a popular type of arm defense among medieval warriors. This functional battle armor consists of three parts, which are connected with rivets: Rerebrace (bicep guard); Vambrace (forearm guard); Elbow cap with rondel Medieval knight protection has leather belts and buckles for reliable keeping of armor on the arm. This plate defense should be worn over the padded underarmor for better comfort and safety during the fight. Base price includes following options: Metal for plate armour – cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm; Rivets – steel nails; Finish treatmebt – satin polishing; Color...
Brigandine spaulders of plates 7x7 cm (2,8x2,8 in)
Mastercrafted Legendary Wolven Leather bracers in Witcher 3 style (Wolf School Gear) The bracers were made according to the Mastercrafted Legendary Wolven gauntlets design. The durable leather and a trimmed edge give your forearm protection and damage resistance. The fastenings have a leather ties on the inside of the bracers. The bracers are embellished with the riveted design as the original Wolven gauntlets. The bracers are perfect for cosplay, fantasy looks, stage performances, and various theatrical events. And we also have a witcher leather armor kit if you are looking for something leather and riveted. Or WITCHER GRANDMASTER URSINE ARMOR S...
Ultra-functional segmented spaulders made from horizontal 1mm stainless steel plates is a good choice for battle. These magnificent steel strips assembled together by rivet-nails and attached to a best wool cover glued with canvas base. For added strength, the topmost segment forged, while the rest are bent. The structural feature of these shoulder pads consists in reamed lower plate’s holes, so in moving the shoulder “gathers” from top to bottom. Thus, we have achieved excellent mobility combined with full shoulder bone and bicep protection, which will be your serious advantage in battle. Spaulders equipped by leather belts with buckles for fastening around the upper part...
Look at truly good medieval shoulder armor and arm protection, which are the part of KNIGHT PLATE ARMOR OF XIV CENTURY - all-purpose overall image of France, Burgundy, and Burgundian Netherlands knight armor in last third of XIV century. Take a look just at them, based on plate arms and knight shoulder armor from Churburg Castle, tombs of Sir Miles Stapleton of Bedale in Norfolk (1364), Ralph Neville 1st Earl of Westmorland (first quarter of XV century), John de Montacute (1389). Modest, comfortable, so versatile and simply assembled, that in their design there is practically nothing can break - this knight arm armor is a damn good choice for a fighter. *** Such important part ...
DARTH REVAN`S LEATHER ARMOR: VEST AND BRACERS Feel yourself a member of the Star Wars with our leather armor inspired by images from the Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic videogame. Leather armor vest is so comfortable that in it you can easily perform all the dizzying jedi’ acrobatic tricks. The reason is belts with buckles are placed not only on sides, but there are shoulders belts on chest too. Such fixing type allow the medieval leather vest to fit your body absolutely. Moreover, additional leather layers are not only decorative the armor, adding to the image a special jedi style, but also add several layers of protection for you. Your arms wasn't ...
Handcrafted elbow caps with chased rondel is an important element of battle knight outfit. Steel elbow guards was in wide use among knights since the XIV century. Primarily, such caps (also known as couters) were attached to mail sleeve of hauberk, later on they became a part of full arm protection. Elbow defense has a circle plate (rondel) for protection of our part of elbow. Caps are held on the elbow with firm leather belts and buckle. Leather loops with holes are installed on the top of cap and allow lacing to the rerebrace (armor for the upper part of arm) or padded gambeson. You can use this functional elbow armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festi...
Sport-optimised Brigandine Kit Moveability, comfort, protection! That's sports-optimised brigandinee set by Steel Mastery. Kit includes: Brigandine -We used bottom of practical and well-acclaimed European brigandine of the 14-15th century and added wide vertical plates on the chest and back. Such construction protects body’s upper part especially well while shorter plates at the bottom allow you to move comfortably. Tassets - the plates are specially shaped to fit snugly over your thighs and give them perfect protection. Spaulders- The structural feature of these shoulder pads consists in reamed lower plate’s holes, so in m...
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 ...
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They fits good on me! Looks cool, and perfect mobility. Also it includes thick leather string. It's heavy as it looks, so I need to make my reather tabs on my gambeson stronger.
Sized perfectly and of a quality I was not expecting! Made to fit over my gambeson that I ordered at the same time, they measured everything well. The straps are strong and can be pulled snuggly with ease. The brass buckles are well cast and stronger then one would expect. Over all, I don't think I could be more pleased with how everything came to me.