Brigandine – armour of the plates, hardened under a cloth base. Carded basis of chivalry Brigandine was often covered with velvet, often with the arms, and was attached to a decorative rivets form. In XIII-XIV centuries, the brigandine was a typical knight’s armour, and in the XV century – typical for infantry.
This brigandine is based (internal lining) on tissue is tarpaulin. Outer fabric is 100% wool. On the inside of the fabric steel plates are riveted. Brigandine could be made on leather. Each plate is made of cold-rolled steel 1.5mm thick. Plate size: 50x100mm. On both sides the plates are painted black.
Please notice, that measurements should be with padding/gambeson.