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Metal leg protection
Milanese blunt toe sabatons, 1450-1485 years Based on the the Royal Collection, Leeds, England. Our blacksmith recreated the exact shape of historical sabatons. It has seven plates constructed to follow the foot shape. The heel plate is articulated and hinged on the inner side, while it fastens with a strap on the outer side. Milanese sabatons from the period of 1450 to 1485 were a type of armor designed to protect the feet of a fully armored knight. Sabatons were part of a complete suit of plate armor, which was developed during the late medieval period to provide comprehensive protection for the wearer. Milanese sabatons were typically made from steel and consisted of several ar...
Vernon Roche's Plate Greaves with knees (world of "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt)
Plate legs armor in style of Chuburg 14th-15th c. Plate legs armor during the Churbugr period epitomized the pinnacle of both functionality and artistry on the battlefield. Crafted by skilled armorers, these leg defenses represented a fusion of strength and elegance, serving as a testament to the ingenuity of the era. bace price includes thighs, greaves and sabatons: - cold-rolled steel 1 mm - no brass decorations - satin polishing - black leather fastenings - steel nails
Full plate legs of the XIV-XV centuries, a part of Churburg style armor Based on historical sources from Churburg Castle, our blacksmiths have reconstructed 14-15 cent. full armor legs. Kneecaps are supplied with a rondel, which covers outer side of knee. The thigh and knee are constructed as one piece without a transition detail. The leather fasteners with buckles are placed in a way to tightly fit around the leg without restricting its mobility. You can use this battle metal leg armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events In section “Metal leg protection”, you can see all models ...
Closed hinged greaves of the 1450-1485 years were an important part of armored outfit of any medieval knight. Simple and practical design, comfort in wearing and full protection of calf were making this shin guard a high-demanded armor. These medieval metal greaves have hinges and leather belts with buckles for fastening and keeping them on the shin. Plate greaves of the XV century, Italy Closed greaves of the XIV century, Musée des Beaux Arts, Chartres, France Plate greaves are recommended to use together with cuisses (thigh armor) for complete leg protection. You can use this functional metal leg armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval fes...
Plate thigh and knee protection with leather decoration
When a knight has almost assembled his full real medieval armor, which will protect in mounted and dismounted battle, only one small detail for completed protection is left – sabatons. These medieval armor boots are forgotten quite often, and it’s a loss. As a fighter’s feet may be plainly injured even in the hardest plate body armor. That’s it, a famous knight could lose the fight so simply and absurdly, if he forgets to wear sabatons. Don’t make such mistake and hurry up to order cross-functional custom steel sabatons in medieval style – comfortable, plain and robust. Cold-rolled steel of 1.0 mm, the firmest leather belts, steel rivets and buckles – these shoes are not ...
Elegant and functional, these armor elements are a tasty prize for every fighter! These elbow caps and kneecaps are simple in design, but comfortable in wearing and reliable in protection. Caps are fastened with leather belts and buckles, which holds armor firmly. Base price includes: metal – cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm (18 ga) finish treatment – satin polishing rivets – steel finding color of the leather fastening – brown fastenings – leather straps with steel nickel-plated buckles decoration – no Leaf shoulders with elbow caps, and knee caps are the parts of SH-02 (Brigandine armor set XIIIth century), but no one c...
Plate legs of the XIV-XV centuries are a part of Churburg style full-plate armor. Leg armor of the 1410 year, Churburg castle Cuisses (thigh protection) are reinforced with a rib in the center. Kneecaps are supplied with a fan, which covers outer side of knee. Upper part of armor has leather loops for fastening of cuisses to the medieval doublet of belt. You may complete your medieval plate leg protection with closed hinged greaves and plate sabatons. You can use this battle metal leg armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price includes following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm; Satin polishi...
Half-greaves of the XIV-XVI centuries are the popular shin guard among medieval soldiers – as mounted, so dismounted. In combination with cuisses (thigh armor) and kneecaps, these greaves created full leg defense, comfortable and good protecting at the same time. These plate greaves protect the front part of calf, though backside is left uncovered. Leather belts with steel or brass buckles keep armor reliably on the leg. Base price includes: Cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm; Satin polishing; Brown leather belts; Steel nickel-plated buckles; Steel rivets; No decoration; Painting inside Main photo shows medieval plate half-greaves with following options: Cold-rolle...
Milan-style plate legs with kneecaps are an essential elements of the well-known "Avant Armour", dated by the 1450-1485 years. This full-plate set was crafted in Corio workshop, Milano, and was belong to fon Matsch, the owner of Churburg Castle in 1445. Now this armour is in almost perfect condition and is shown in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glazgo, Scotland. These handcrafted cuisses with segmental kneecaps (also known as poleyns) guarantee perfect protection and freedom of movement at the same time. Hinged thigh armor is comfortable on wearing and using. On the top, cuisses have leather loops with holes for fastening of armor to the belt or medieval doublet. We offe...
Handcrafted kneecap (poleyn) with plain rondel is quite important part of knight’s fighting outfit, which appeared in the late XIII century. Since then, medieval warriors were wearing this leg armour in combination with mail stockings, brigandine tassets or whole-hammered cuisses. Such historical sources, as paintings, engravings, effigies, etc., show us medieval knights, wearing poleyns, in combination with main leg armor. Sleeping soldier at the Holy Sepulchre. ca 1340-1345 years, Strasbourg Frauenhaus Museum, France These kneecaps are simple in design, but comfortable in wearing and reliable in protection. Caps are fastened with leather belts and buckles, which holds a...
Fantasy-style plate greaves is not a historically accurate model, though it is perfect for LARP. Metal greaves protect the front part of a shin. It is decorated with figured metal strips. By your wish, we can make these strips of brass with beautiful decorative etching. Center of greave is reinforced with additional riveted steel plate. Shin armor is fastened with three firm leather belts with steel or brass buckles. Our artisans make such leg armor by using individual parameters of customer. You can use this functional metal leg armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price includes following options: Cold...
Sabatons are the plate shoes, and were used mostly by mounted knights. This model of the 1350-1450 years is a part of handcrafted full-plate medieval armor in Churburg style. Metal sabatons were not too popular among feet soldiers, who mostly wore simple leather shoes during the dismounted battle. However, cavalry were protecting their feet with this kind of armor, as feet of mounted knights were quite attackable at the battlefield. Plate shoes sabatons on the effigy of Richard de Beauchamp, Beauchamp chapel of St. Mary’s Church, Warwick, England Distinctive feature of XIV-XV century of this armored footwear is long and sharp points. Gothic style sabatons sometimes had points ...
Kneecap (or poleyn) with chased rondel is an important element of protecting outfit of every medieval knight. Such caps for joints protection appeared in the middle of the XIII century and was in use for centuries with different types of armor – mail, brigand, plate leg defense. This model of metal kneecap has a chased rondel, installed on the outer side. Rondel is a kind of small “shield” (usually round or with one or two leaves) that could be attached to various kind of medieval armor (e.g., knee or elbow caps, gauntlets or even helmet) for additional protection and hits’ reflecting. Poleyns are kept on the joint with a help of leather belt and buckle, and additionally, it ca...
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...
Medieval full-plate armor called Gothic was the most widespread type of XV century’s body protection. It was popular all over Europe; plate armor made by German artisans considered to be the most famous and top-ranked metal protection. There are many samples survived to our days, and you may see these beautiful pieces of art in world museums. Gothic armor is well-known for its unique design: sharp and pointed lines, numerous of reinforcement ribs on the surface. This model of German leg armor in Gothic style is completely handcrafted. Segmented cuisses (thigh protection), fans and under knee plate have ribs, which reflect blows perfectly. There is also a rib I the center of leg ar...
Sabatons are the plate shoes, which appeared in the XIV century in Italy. Early models had quite long and sharp points. However, later models and these sabatons of the XVI century in particular, have wide and short points. Such metal foot wear as sabatons were mostly used by cavalry, as this armor was not too comfortable in fighting for dismounted soldiers. Sabatons are made of seven steel segments, which are connected with rivets. Such design make armoured shoes well-articulated, so you may comfortable walk, ride or run. Plate sabatons are completely handcrafted by customer’s parameters. You can use this functional metal armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performa...
Plate thigh protection of the XVI century is also known as cuisses. This late medieval leg armor was in use among knights of all military branches. Metal leg defense is additionally equipped with kneecaps with fan, which protect outer side of knee. Closed cuisses with hinges and leather belts and buckles for fastening cover the entire thigh and completely protect it. There are leather loops with holes are installed on the upper part of cuisses, so you may easily fasten this medieval leg armour to your padded doublet. You can use this functional metal leg armor for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price includes follo...
Metal leg protection
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Very nicely made! They fit well when sized correctly over padding and are sturdy. Mine came with some tarnish on them but I would sooner attribute that to ordering other items alongside it and they just got finished first, but that was easily fixed. Overall a great piece of armor!