Legs

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: 14406
187

Segmented plate greaves armor was commonly used in XIV century. In some old English manuscripts they also named as “schynbalds”. But French word “greaves” or “demigreaves” displaced it as well. Shin protection was fixed to the quilted padded stockings. As mentioned before this type of armor was used in XIV century on a large scale.

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

ID: 14203
92

Brigandine cuisses completed with steel knees cops. Plates are made of 1.5mm cold rolled steel. The inner tissue is tarpaulin, outer fabric is 100% natural wool. Brigandine cuisses are also available in 1.0mm and 1.5mm tempered (hardened) steel.Special construction provides great mobility. Brigandine cuisses are very simply taking apart which makes it’s transportation and keeping

ID: 14408
74

One of our new base product. Front greaves type-2 anatomically shaped. Have a bit longer protection at the bottom part. Very comfortable leg armor for good price. Made of 1.5mm cold rolled steel. Also available in tempered steel. This armor has excellent protection qualities and gives you good mobility. Front greaves armor are equipped with

ID: 14407
64

Very comfortable leg armor for good price. Made of cold rolled steel with a thickness of 1.5 mm. Also could be made of tempered steel. This armor has excellent protection qualities and gives you good mobility. Front greaves armor are equipped with leather straps and are fastened easily with the help of buckles. Please notice,

ID: 14202
88

Cuisses completed with the knees cups. Anatomically shaped. Made of 1.5mm cold rolled steel. Also available in 1.0mm and 1.5mm tempered (hardened) steel. Special construction provides great mobility. Thanks to leather straps under the knee cop you’ll have additional amortisation of blows. By its nature shock-absorbing properties leather provides you more defence at the knee

ID: 14201
78

Steel cuisses completed with steel knees cops. Made of 1.5mm cold rolled steel. Also available in 1.0mm and 1.5mm tempered (hardened) steel.Special construction provides great mobility. This cuisses armor is very simply taking apart which makes it’s transportation and keeping so easily. Also the basic construction transforms cleaning of this armor in a fast and

ID: 14304
120

Late XIV – first part of XV century. Early knee cap defenses consisted of small simple forged plate fixed on the knee. It was not enought to protect the external part of leg. The full knee caps with wings (German: Muschell) were developped in 1390s approximately and didn’t got changed much untill XVII century. This armor part is

ID: 14303
92

Steel kneecaps: german “Kneibuckel”, italian “ginocchielli”, french “genouilleres”. Some historians assume that steel kneecaps were the first step toward the full plate leg harness. It was essential to cover knees with the steel plate element. In XII century knights used chainmail stockings. But mail was not strong enough to protect a knee. This weak place