About Padded pelerines and aventails
Padded pelerines and aventails
The torse (wreath) is a padded roller made of linen, that is put on the top of helmet. Usually, it's being made in heraldic colours of owner. The torse helps to recognize the warrior during the battle and amortize 70% of all hits in the head. Please send the wished colours to us [email protected]
We recommend you to use such padded collar for better neck protection. Padding allows taking a punch, that is aimed to the helmet's sides and back of head. The usage of such items is an important issue while armour's choosing. Ignoration can lead to the serious injuries during the medieval battles, tournaments and trainings. This collar is stuffed with natural sheet wadding and fastened with leather belt and steel buckle. We make such neck protection of cotton or linen of different colours.
Wool padded aventail for ba...
Medieval helmet had never been used independently - only with additional mail or padded protection of the head, face, neck and shoulders. Usually, helmet was combined with padded aventail, that is an addition to the Bascinet or Barbute type helmet. It perfectly protects the shoulders and neck, and its high front padded part covers your chin. It is very important while using Bascinet with or without visor. This padded aventail is made of wool and has cotton lining. The lacing on the back side fixes the aventail in a good way. You can use this type of padded aventail together with mail aventail. We use only natural fabric for manufacturing of medieval padded aventail. Different col...
Leather pelerine is made of two parts: outer layer is of black or brown leather, and linen lining. It's fastened with leather belts on the chest. Pelerine totally covers neck, shoulders and collarbones. Pelerine has square-shaped padding and goes good with gambeson and brigandine for a good complex protection.
This padded pelerine is additional protection of neck and shoulders and goes good together medieval helmet, gambeson and brigandine. It shouldn't be ignored when choosing an armour. Such pelerine is not only historically corret, but is very functional. It has cross-steam padding and 2 leather belts with steel buckles for fastening. We use only natural fabrics - linen and cotton - for manufacturing. Different colours are available for order.
Padded aventail (camail) fo...
This medieval padded aventail is worn under the Bascinet or Barbute type helmet. Its cut provides perfect additional protection for the shoulders and neck. High front padded part covers your chin. Aventail has lacing on the back side of the neck - 10 cm long with 4 whipstitched holes - to adjust and fix this aventail on your neck. This model is cut to fit the inclined shoulders lines and lay on breast, as well as chin covering part. It is being made of 100% natural fabrics. Different colours are available for order.
Leather padded medieval coif
Leather padded medieval coif There is posh, cool and classy big brother of modest Padded medieval coif. It is as thick, soft, resilient and reliable as its plain linen relative, but it is a tough guy! This coif is perfect as for light trainings with bokkens, so being hidden under the helmet in steel tournament chopper. A knight, wearing it, looks at glance at others with light superiority and it has reasons – who else could impress with such classy and stylish protection. Generally speaking, VIP coif is for VIPs. Lining and wadding are made of the softest cotton; stitching is made with hardest threads. Color of leather may be various, just by your wishes. Think about chic protection ...
Torse - medieval heraldy he...
Torse - medieval heraldry headband Starting its way as entirely practical elements, after a while, torse and mantling became a symbol or true knighthood and must-have of knight emblem. In the beginning was a torse… No, not like this, Firstly, in time of the first Crusade, crusaders were boiling in their mails and crusader helmets alive and saw agal on the heads of Bedouins. This thick fabric roller, stuffed with crude wool, twisted and tied in a ring, was pressing keffiyeh to bedouin’s head, preventing sunstrokes and cushioning an impact of sabers. By admiring the smarts of the Saracens, knights shamelessly borrowed design of agal, slightly changed it and called a torse. Aft...
Padded pelerines and aventails