Brigantine – armour of the plates, hardened under a cloth base. Carded basis of chivalry Brigantine was often covered with velvet, often with the arms, and was attached to a decorative rivets form. In XIII-XIV centuries, the brigantine was a typical knight’s armour, and in the XV century – typical for infantry.
Visby Brigandine based on historical prototype which was found during the excavation of Visby battle 1361.
This brigantine is based (internal lining) on tissue is tarpaulin. Outer fabric is wool. On the inside of the fabric steel plates are riveted. Each plate is made of cold-rolled steel 1.5mm thick. On both sides the plates are painted black. Also can be made from tempered steel.
Please notice, that measurements should be with padding/gambeson.