About Pauldrons and spaulders
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 ...
Medieval shoulder blades are a good pauldrons choice, but also an interesting armor element with its own story and features you will undoubtedly be interested to know of. Their story begins a long long time ago, somewhere between the late XVth - early XVIth century. Now it seems like a brutal tale, but in Medieval times, there was a man whose courage and skill, strength and luck led him through the heat of battle. His life was bright like a shooting star but just as short... However, it wasn’t always that bad if this brave warrior had time to concern about decent armor to protect himself in battle. This man – English archer – wore plate spaulders. This cool guy’s outfit was...
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-...
Leaf shaped shoulders in “true knight of the Lord” – style – what are they like? Let us tell you the stories of these armor elements. In 1291, when the Kingdom of Jerusalem had fallen and Acre was captured, humble but warlike knights of the Order of Knights of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem were seeking refuge. And they found it in 1310, when the city of Rhodes hospitably accepted the holy meek defenders of the faith within their walls... after four years of siege but who cares! The heroes of this story are a stylization of the protection of the arms and legs that belonged to one of those humble Hospitallers Knights, XIII century. They are modest...
Milanese pauldrons of the 2nd half XV century has specific shape, which cannot be noticed in other types of defense, rather than Milanese armor. Usually, left pauldron was larger, than a right one. Such design allowed place a spear at the lance rest; left pauldron was used as a shield that covered armpit, shoulder bone and part of chest and back. Milanese armor dated by the 1450-1460 years, Museo Diocesano, Mantova, Italy This medieval knight shoulder defense is recommended to be used over the padded underarmor and in combination with Milan-style cuirass. Handcrafted pauldrons are manufactured by individual parameters of customer. This reliable shoulder armor is held on the a...
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...
Battle-ready segmented spaulders is a new functional version of covered segmented spaulders. Shorter and light-weighted, they give fighters extra mobility and provide bigger chances for victory in battle. Spaulders are made of horizontal 1mm steel plates (in base option) which are the optimal choice for fighting and training. Perfectly lightweight and non-restrictive in movements, they're thick enough to protect your shoulders from enemy blows. In these shoulder pads, you will flutter like a butterfly and sting like a bee. Steel strips are assembled by rivet-nails and attached to wool cover glued with a canvas base. Pay special attention to the forged topmost segment that...
Today we bring for your attention the most multifunctional spaulder from all the medieval leather armor in the world. These simple and reliable whole-hammered good-looking twins are made of cold-rolled steel and covered with matted leather, which is riveted with steel rivets on the edges. Buckles are installed on the firm leather belts. You always may choose another leather color, metal type and thickness, metal for rivets and buckles for your medieval leather armor and we will hammer them out for you. These spaulders are not for parades. They are modest but steady going battle comrades, in which you may appear as at tournament, so in battle. There is a choice of fighter, who is r...
Knights’ plate shoulders are referred to the mid-XIV century. This defense is a part of well-known Churburg armor. Simple, but reliable design of this handcrafted medieval armor make this model popular among reenactors. Segmented spaulders have leather belts with buckles for fastening around the upper part of arm. Additionally, shoulder defense is laced to the padded gambeson or steel body armor – cuirass or breastplate. You can use this functional custom-made 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 be...
These plate spaulders are the part of Armor Garniture of George Clifford, Third Earl of Cumberland – authentic medieval armor, the best one from the wide choice of Greenwich workshop in the end of the XVI century. Bearing the imprint of their Italian ancestor, these “so British” spaulders consist of five wide plates, connected with hinge joints and backside belts on the rivets. Unlike most of typical offered items, there is real battle spaulder, designed for dismounted and mounted battles. That’s why they are asymmetrical: left spaulder is larger than right on and hides armpit; right spaulder has specific cut for attaching of pikestaff. Belts with buckles on the lower side allow safe...
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 ...
Plate shoulders of the XIV-XV centuries are necessary part of medieval arm protection. It could be used with brigandine or plate bracers and with bicep protection. This model of spaulders has quite simple design. However, they protect shoulder bone at the highest level. Steel rondels cover armpits. Medieval spaulders are fastened with leather laces to gambeson and additionally are kept with belt on your arm. You can use these functional plate spaulders 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-plated bu...
LANDSKNECHT PLATE ARMS AND SPAULDERS, XVI CENTURY A knight who had lost his hand could survive thanks to his possessions, but Landsknecht who had lost his hand was doomed. Therefore, these guys approached the issue of protecting their hands much more seriously than all the others. Here is a great example of such a serious arm protection - XVI century landsknecht arm defense based at Swiss National Museum, Zurich and Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg collections. Our blacksmiths are justly proud of this arm protection model, which is not only a worthy piece of a gorgeous LANDSKNECHT PLATE ARMOR, XVI CENTURY, but also could be used as separated stylish and reliable arm defense. ...
From the first sight, it is even hard to believe that there is real medieval armor, so cute and innocent they are look like. Nevertheless, covered round pauldrons were really popular type of armor in the 15th century. Simple forged hemispheres often covered with cloth or leather. This heat and rust protection made them not so formidable in appearance, but greatly prolonged their lifespan. In addition, it was able to add rondels to such pauldrons, making them even more functional armor. Our blacksmiths made replica of that 15th century real armor for you. They are lightweight, comfortable, practical and perfectly complement your knight armor. Made fully by our blacksmiths hands and h...
Knight shoulders of the 2nd part of the XV century are made in German style. Such model of medieval protection was popular among soldier because of its simple, but practical design. Segmented spaulders cover shoulder bone and do not restrict movements of arm during the combat. This knight armor is held with leather belt and buckle on the upper part of arm. Also, it is fastened with leather lace to padded gambeson or steel cuirass. For complete arm protection, we recommend you to wear such shoulder defense together with German knight plate arms. You can use this steel shoulder protection for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events ...
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. We’ve created these Milan-style pauldrons for active fighters, who just love decent armor! Movable back plates are attached using rivets while the middle and front ones - using leather belts. It provides additional and better movement when fighting with two-handed weapon. Difference in size is a specific feat...
Knight spaulders of fantasy design are not a historical correct model. Though, you may use them as shoulder defense together with any medieval armor. Pauldrons are decorated with curved steel strips and reinforcing plate in the middle of shoulder armor. Edges are trimmed with strips as well. By your wish, we can make these strips of brass, so your protection will look fabulous. These handcrafted fantasy style spaulders are kept with leather belt and buckle on the upper part of arm and tied with laces to padded gambeson or brigandine. You can use these knight spaulders for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price includes...
Knight pauldrons in Milan style are dated the XV century. This Italian armor has such distinctive feature as its size. Large segmented pauldrons completely cover shoulder bones and partially back of a knight. Pauldrons of such shape are typical only for Milanese armor and were not used with other kinds of medieval armor. Milanese armor of the 1455 year, Bernisches Historisches Museum, Bern, Switzerland Steel knight pauldrons are held with leather belts on the arm and laced to the gambeson or Milan-style cuirass. This shoulder defense is handcrafted by personal parameters of customer. You can use these Italian pauldrons for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medie...
Steel spaulders are a part of fantasy style costume “Dwarf”. This model is reliable and comfortable and despite of the not historically correct design, it can be used almost with any type of medieval body armour. Pauldrons have shoulder plate, two segments and additional elongated plate, which covers bicep and upper part of arm until the elbow. These fantasy-style spaulders are kept with leather belts and buckle on the arm. Additionally, it is tied with lace to cotta or gambeson. You can use these battle spaulders for: SCA HEMA Larp Stage performances Medieval festivals Reenactment events Base price includes following options: Cold-rolled steel 1.0 mm;...
Plate shoulders of the XVI century is a type of late medieval armor. It was used by knights from all military branches. This shoulder defense is reliable and comfortable in wearing. Spaulders are supplied with bump stops, which amortize blows during the battle. Functional battle spaulders are held with leather belts and buckles on the upper part of arm. Additionally, they are laced to the padded underarmor or plate cuirass. We manufacture this medieval armor by personal 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...
Review about items
Amazing! The quality ist great and it fits perfectly. I like that the leather strips from the fastenings are quite thick, so they should prevent nice durability. I got the satin finish and it looks amazing in combination with my wine red brigandine! Would recomment this!
Sieht in Kombination mit einer Brigantine sehr gut aus und passt auch sehr gut. Nur zu empfehlen
Everything arrived as it should. Manufacturing and shipping times were on time. After wearing them for a day I can say that the build quality is outstanding and comfort is great! Overall I would highly recommend this product to anyone who is looking for something like this.