Gambeson – armour wear made of multiple layers of fabric. Often crammed with (depending on region) tow, wool, horsehair, and sometimes impregnated with salt. Depending on age, region and class was considered either as armour, or as under-armour wear.
For example, for the Knights padded jacket was not the armour, and was worn by them solely as underwear. But for the infantry in the central and western Europe, since the Dark Ages until the XV century, padded jacket was considered as armour, and was often the only armour that infantry could afford the.
Gambeson with long detachable sleeves. In beautiful gobelin style. Two layers of sheet wadding. Hand made. A qualitative sewing machine’s seams. Gambeson is made of natural durable fabrics. Standard length of gambeson is 84-85 cm. The material in the wadding sheet is natural 100% cotton.