Belt for chausses with leat...
This medieval chausses belt with suspenders combines all the advantages of a classical arming belt for chausses, but at the same time has additional advantages: It fastens by leather straps with buckles, which allows you to adjust the overall length of the arming girdle belt Suspenders relieves the weight of products tied to this belt A sensible choice for a fighter who wants to be absolutely sure how his foot protection fastened at SCA, HEMA, LARP end reenactment events, medieval festivals and stage performances. Do not forget to choose the type of your belt manufacturing. What do you prefer - machine or full hand type of sewing (historically correct second one offered for a...
ARMING BELT FOR CHAUSSES WI...
ARMING BELT FOR CHAUSSES WITH LEATHER PARTS This medieval chausses belt combines all the advantages of a classical arming belt for chausses, but at the same time has additional advantages: It fastens by leather straps with buckles, which allows you to adjust the overall length of the arming girdle belt. Arming chausses are attached not to the hosen belt itself, but to the additional leather pieces with punched holes, which provides a more convenient and reliable fastening for the arming chausses, brigandine or plate leg protection. A sensible choice for a fighter who wants to be absolutely sure how his foot protection fastened at SCA, HEMA, LARP end reenactment events...
VIKING SHOES HAITHABU
VIKING SHOES HAITHABU Haithabu viking shoes are the most authentic viking boots carefully recreated from the dust of the ages by our best shoemakers so that you can feel like real Vikings. This is a typical leather viking costume boots, which worn in all the territories under their control and long after the Vikings themselves stopped swimming and robbing. The Slavs used similar type boots until the XVII century. Each boot is made of just two leather pieces: the sole and the upper part. Additional leather inserts appeared if the shoemaker incorrectly cut the leather for the boot, but that is not our way, so your shoes will be completely correct. Soft, comfortable, versatile, ...
Plate sabatons for modern s...
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 ...
Three quarters greaves, XV ...
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...
Wide medieval pants
Wide pants - wide possibilities! Here is very interesting model of medieval style pants for your attention. Starting the VII-VIII centuries, you could see them on the various figurines and stones of Vikings’ epoch. Silver figurine from Uppäkra Barbaricum, Lund University Historical Museum Picture stone from Halla, Broa, Gotland Picture stone from Lärbro, Tängelgårda, Gotland Picture stone from Smiss, Gotland, Swedish History Museum At the first sight, these SCA pants are classic pants of a sea-dog. Wide to the knees and tight at the bottom. Comfortable, functional and almost one-size-fits-all. In such pants, one should rob nearshore...
Splinted greaves are a type of medieval leg armor, which was widespread among European and Asian knights in the XIV-XVI centuries. Splint armor got its name after narrow metal plates – splints. These splints were riveted from the inside and outside to the leather or thick cloth base. There are numerous historical sources where you can see such limb protection, usually in combination with plate kneecaps and splinted tasses. Günther XXI von Schwarzburg-Arnstadt, Grabmal im St. Bartholomäus-Dom in Frankfurt Knight wearing splinted greaves, fragment from manuscript Parzival, 1443-1446 years We use firm croupon leather of thickness 3.5-4 mm and high-quality metal...
Splinted tasses of the XIV-XVI centuries is the best armor for those who is looking for a reliable and authentic leg protection. Splints (narrow steel strips) are riveted with steel or brass rivets to the firm base of croupon leather 3.5-4 mm thickness from outer and inner sides. There are leather belts with steel buckles installed for the fixation on the thighs. Such medieval splinted cuisses goes perfectly together with steel kneecaps and plate or splinted greaves. It is highly recommended to wear such tasses over padded or tight fabric chausses. You can use this battle splinted limb protection for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment ev...
Chausses with footstraps, X...
Some models of medieval men' chausses had not only one-piece toe, but footstraps as well, that were making chausses hard-wearing and comfortable. This model of chausses was very popular in XII-XV centuries. They are being cut on the bias, that allows to make them rather tight on the legs. There are leather string on the top of the chausses, with what you can fasten chausses to the holes in braies or to the fabric belt. Long cotta will be a perfect addition to the chausses with footstraps. Different fabrics and colours are available for order.
Brigandine leg protection 3/4
Brigandine leg protection ¾ is a type of medieval limb defense, which was popular among European knights in the XIV-XV centuries. Such good combination of steel and leather makes leg armor reliable and well-protecting during the combat and very comfortable in wearing. This medieval brigand protection consists of three parts: brigandine tasses; plate knee caps; brigandine protection for under-knee part Metal plates are overlapped and riveted to the firm leather base. Kneecaps are laced with leather strings to tasses. Wide winged fan protects outer side of knee. Armour is held on your leg with belts and buckles. If you wish to complete your leg defense, we recommend to wear ...
Padded chausses XII-XIII ce...
Classic medieval padded chausses are acceptable for any type of armour. They provide a good protection for warrior's legs, amortize hits well and do not limit mobility. This model has leather sole, that makes chausses very comfortable. They are fastened with leather strings to the fabric belt or braies. Chausses together with gambeson make a good set of padded body protection. We recommend you to order chausses with linen or cotton lining, as it will make them more comfortable and long-term in use. There are chausses with lacing on the back side of leg and without lacing. While ordering, please inform us to [email protected], what model do you prefer. Chausses are being ...
Short chausses of the XII-X...
Chausses are known from the XI century as main part of men's medieval costume. Etimologycally, the word "chausses" is connected with French verb "chausser", that means "put shoes on" or "to shoe". Usually, men worn long chausses with fastenings on the top, but short chausses were popular as well. In Middle Ages men rolled chausses a la modern stockings to the level of middle calf, and fixed chausses with string. This model are higher the knee and are tied under the knee. Long cotta will be a good addition to these chausses. Base price includes chausses of cotton, but we can make them also of linen or wool.
Chausses of the XII-XIII ce...
Chausses are known from the XI century as main part of men's costume. Etimologycally, the word "chausses" is connected with French verb "chausser", that means "put shoes on" or "to shoe". In Medieval Ages, tight stocking was being called the chausses, and they were specific both for men and women (chausses had been hidden under the long dress). This model of chausses are being cut on the bias, that allows to make them rather tight on the legs. There are leather string on the top of the chausses, with what you can fasten chausses to the holes in braies or to the fabric belt. Chausses are being worn with braies and cotta. They are a part of soldier's costume. Different fabrics and col...
Pants, a part of fantasy-st...
Pants with drawstrings on the waist are the part of warrior costume. Rather open cut will provide you with freedom of movements. Coming with shirt and cotta, the pants will create your individual fantasy style character of warrior. You can order it in any colour of different material.
Milan-style plate legs with...
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...
Men s undergarment XII-XIV ...
In the early medieval period brais were wearing under tunics or shirts and were rather loose-fitting. As the undershirt bеcame shorter and matched to body so did the undergarment. There were models that could tie along the sides. Undergarment is a foundation and just must have of men's medieval costume. This example of medieval men's braie can be made of white or natural coloured linen or cotton. If you wish other colour, please contact us at [email protected]
Medieval men s Braies XII-X...
Traditionally braies were a baggy fitting underpants which was fastened at the waist with a lace that allowed to determine the length. This model of medieval men's braies is knee-length and can be made of 100% natural linen or cotton. Undershirt will go favourable together with this undergarment. We sew it of white or natural coloured cotton or linen. If you wish other colour, please contact us at [email protected]
Closed hinged greaves 1450-...
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...
Tight chausses with codpiec...
This model of men’s chausses with codpiece is typical for Europe of the XV century. It was an mportant part of men's outfit in Burgundia, Italy, England or Germany. Chausses could be single colour, multi-colour, or combined. For example, one leg could be of one colour, and another one - sewn of different colours straps. By contrast with earlier models, these chausses are very tight. Codpiece is attached with lacing with brass points. All holes for lacing are sewn round by hand. Chausses are without sole, made of wool. They can be attached with lacing to the bottom edge of doublet, porpoint, belat, holes in brais, or simply binding laces. Please choose the wished colour i...
Leather padding for elbows ...
These leather padding protect your elbows and knees, supporting and fixing them mildly. Standard options: - outer shell is made of leather - inner shell is made of 100 % natural homespun-kind cotton fabric - staffed with sheet wadding It goes good together with steel elbow caps and knee caps.
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Both linen and cotton are great quality and tailored to fit you. They will hide under your clothes easily unlike other braies that will bunch up and show under your clothing. Making these braies a great choice for your outfits.
great hand made item, fast production and shipping time, fitted me perfectly, great communications throughout purchase. Even arrived in brown paper string tied parcel with a waxed seal..a great touch. Highly recomend this product. Thank you Steel Mastery team :>
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.
Tight fitting with no restriction to movement. Well built, and warm, very warm.
I ordered these chausses and they came as promised. They were of excellent construction. If you live in a warm climate, however, be sure to only get 1 layer of padding. I got two layers and it was quite thick. I had my seamstress friend cut out one layer of padding. I may have her open up some vents too, but that's only because of the California heat. If thick, comfy padding is what you're after, this is the right product for you.
Great quality leggings, very comfortable and the leg wraps help to keep the lower legs firmly in place :)
Astounding mobility and very comfortable cut, in my opinion beating even modern-made karate and elastic sports pants. Linen version breathes excellently and despite material being a bit coarse at first, does not chafe since the cut is so generously roomy. I made a small 10-second modification by cutting off the wrappings attached to ankles, since I feel tying them is much easier when both ends of the wrap are free to use. And when wearing longer boots they are not even needed.