Italian Arm Armor

Italian Arm Armor

ID: 13507

Possessed of a tapered wrist that widens at the elbow, “tulip” shaped brassards were popular during the XIV and beginning of  the XV century. The main examples of this type of arm armor can be found in Churburg Castle (Castel Coira) in South Tirol as well as the arms of Charles VI (made when he was the Dauphin of France) which are preserved in Chartres.
In the first quarter of the XV century, Milanese armorers discovered a very simple but quite functional way of connecting parts of armor with the help of bands of leather. Some historians assume that this type of armor connection was requested by fighters due to the specific techniques of Italian fencing. These techniques required more freedom of movement and thus armor form was altered to support bodily technique.

Our Italian Arm Armor has anatomically shaped brassards (canons). The elbow caps are pointed and complimented with decorative leather trim. All segments (biceps, elbow, and forearm) are connected with rivets and bands of leather which provides great range of motion. Thanks to this combination, you won’t have any worries about ripped leather laces during buhurt tournaments. All of the connecting pieces are hidden in the inner part of the armor.
This Italian Arm armor is battle ready and can be used for the full contact medieval combat as regulated by HMB or IMCF.

Please note that measurements should be with padding/gambeson.

Price:
180
Total amount:
180

Specify its size:
Length of Sleeve
cm
Biceps length
cm
Biceps circumference
cm
Elbow circumference
cm
Forearm length
cm
Forearm circumference
cm
Wrist circumference
cm
Your size:
Biceps length
20-23 cm
Biceps circumference
36-40 cm
Forearm length
23-25 cm
Forearm circumference
32-36 cm
Wrist circumference
20-23 cm
Biceps length
23-25 cm
Biceps circumference
40-44 cm
Forearm length
25-27 cm
Forearm circumference
36-40 cm
Wrist circumference
23-26 cm
Biceps length
25-27 cm
Biceps circumference
44-48 cm
Forearm length
27-29 cm
Forearm circumference
40-44 cm
Wrist circumference
26-29 cm
Biceps length
27-30 cm
Biceps circumference
48-54 cm
Forearm length
29-32 cm
Forearm circumference
44-50 cm
Wrist circumference
29-32 cm
Availability: available


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Steel-thickness
Buckles
Rivets

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