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ID: 13301
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Basic and practical protection of the elbows. Light weight. The plain shape provides perfect movability. Steel elbows have leather straps and laces to be fixed properly at the place they should be. This is ideal supplementary to your armor. Price for the pair. Please notice, that measurements should be with padding/gambeson.

ID: 16203
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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

ID: 12201
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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. The use of

ID: 12203
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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

ID: 13102
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Spaulders – part of the armour, has a semi-circular or curved shape, protects shoulders and neck of a wearer, as well as identifies a person. Were made entirely of metal, very rarely contained leather. This complect of spaulders of made of qualitative steel 1,5 mm thick that gives confidence in providing protection. Spaulders are fixing

ID: 16101
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Qualitative underwear is a very important part of equipment of ancient knights. To protect vulnerable part of the body – head, shock-resistant fabric liners were used. This liner is made of layers of 100% cotton, very durable fabric. It’s completely handmade, has qualitative machine seams. Padded with the natural sheet wadding.

ID: 14401
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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: 12507
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Stilization of the early XVI century Cuirass made by well-known armorer Kolman Helmschmid (1471–1532). This type of armor of Renaissance period could be completed with full arm harness and gorget to be called a three quarter armor. Landsknecht Cuirass is made in Maximilian style. It is decorated with parallel flutings. An imitation of braided cord

ID: 16102
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Liners are irreplaceable part of knights equipment. They were worn under helmets to amortize impact on the head and protect from concussion of the brain. This liner is made of several layers of 100% cotton, and as it covers upper and lower part of the the head, it will fit well with helmets of Great

ID: 14209
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Stylisation of leg armor of French king Charles VI (1368-1422), based on a example which is preserved in Chartres Cathedral, France.  Legharness is adapted for the full contact medieval fight. Articulated upper-extension plate of the cuisse is movable and covers top of thigh. This legharness is reinforced with a central rib. Made of 1.5 mm

ID: 16106
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Padded aventail – it’s a quilted underarmour that is commonly used with helmet. Handmade. A qualitative machine stitching.  Our padded aventail is made of durable fabric and natural breathable sheet wadding.

ID: 16107
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Padded aventail – it’s a quilted underarmour that is commonly used with helmet. Handmade. A qualitative machine stitching.  Our padded aventail is made of durable fabric and natural breathable sheet wadding.