Legs

ID: 14209
260

Stylisation of leg armor of French king Charles VI (1368-1422), based on a example which is preserved in Chartres Cathedral, France.  Legharness is adapted for the full contact medieval fight. Articulated upper-extension plate of the cuisse is movable and covers top of thigh. This legharness is reinforced with a central rib. Made of 1.5 mm

ID: 14302
44

Basic and practical protection of the knees. Light weight. The plain shape provides perfect movability. Steel knees have leather straps and laces to be fixed properly at the place they should be. This is ideal supplementary to your armor. Price for the pair. Please notice, that measurements should be with padding/gambeson.

ID: 14207
288

Armoured complect of plate legs is what you need if you are looking for reliable and qualitative armour for significant battle reconstruction or historical fencing championship. Made of 1.5mm cold rolled steel. This armor has excellent protection qualities and gives you good mobility. Please notice, that measurements should be with padding/gambeson.

ID: 14206
132

Armoured complect of plate legs is what you need if you are looking for reliable and qualitative armour for significant battle reconstruction or historical fencing championship. It is produced of durable and long-lasting steel, equipped with natural leather belts and plate buckles. If you are looking for reliable protection for your legs, this complect of

ID: 14405
342

Greaves are made of cold rolled steel with a thickness of 1.5 mm. They have an anatomical shape and so it is very easy to wear and to use them. Greaves were binding part of the armour of many troops, including Western Europe knights, Roman legioners and centurions. They were widely used by cavalry to

ID: 14404
212

Greaves are made of cold rolled steel with a thickness of 1.5 mm. They have an anatomical shape and so it is very easy to wear and to use them. Greaves were binding part of the armour of many troops, including Western Europe knights, Roman legioners and centurions. They were widely used by cavalry to

ID: 14502
143

Stylisation of sabatons of French king Charles VI (1368-1422), based on a example which is preserved in Chartres Cathedral in France. Sabatons have taped points and are adapted for the full contact medieval fight. Riveted steel lames provide excellent mobility and flexibility. Sabatons – it’s an essential part of the full leg protection which is

ID: 14501
180

XIV century sabatons with a taped point. Riveted steel lames provide excellent mobility and flexibility. Very comfortable protection of the feet. Made of 1.5mm cold rolled steel. Also available in tempered steel and titanium. Sabatons will be made in accordance with your measurements. Please notice, that measurements should be with medieval boots.

ID: 14205
280

XV century Milan style legs protection.  Composed of cuisses and poleyns. Side-wings have ribs for additional hardness. Articulated upper-extension plate of the cuisse is movable and covers top of thigh. Milanese legharness is reinforced with a central rib. Made of 1.5 mm cold rolled steel. Also available in tempered steel or titanium. This armor will be

ID: 14204
185

Splinted cuisses, 14 – late 15 century design. Completed with fluted steel knees cops. Leather cuisses reinforced with metal bars which provide great protection and flexibility. Steel parts made of 1.5mm cold rolled steel (base option) and durable brown leather thicknesses 4mm. Also available in 1.0mm and 1.5mm tempered (hardened) steel. For high protection properties

ID: 14416
230

Splinted greaves, 14 – late 15 century design. Leather greaves reinforced with metal bars which provide great protection and flexibility. We use anatomically shaped wooden block for the leather greaves to make them anatomically right. That’s why our splinted greaves fit perfectly. Steel parts made of 1.5mm cold rolled steel (base option) and durable brown

ID: 14403
170

Greaves are made of cold rolled steel with a thickness of 1.5 mm. They have an anatomical shape and so it is very easy to wear and to use them. Greaves were binding part of the armour of many troops, including Western Europe knights, Roman legioners and centurions. They were widely used by cavalry to