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ID: 11113
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Starting from 1330 and until 1410 years Bascinet shaped helmets were the most popular in medieval Europe. It was developed from the skull cap.  Approximately since 1330 year the bottom edge of high bascinet became more extended and elongated to cover the ears and back part of the neck. After 1350 year the skull of

ID: 13503
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French arm armor – 14th century,  based on a example which is preserved in Chartres Cathedral, France, made for Charles VI . This arm harness is completed with the elbow cops. Made of cold rolled steel with thickness 1.5 mm. May be crafted of 1.0mm and 1.5mm tempered (hardened) steel. This armor has good movement

ID: 11102
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Charles VI (1368-1422), King of France, was called the Beloved and the Mad (french: le Bien-Aimé, le Fol or le Fou). Helmet based on Bascinet of Charles VI from the collection of “Le Trésor de la cathédrale” (Chartres, France). It has a visor so-called a “sparrow’s beak” (french: visière à bec de passereau). Such form

ID: 16210
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Padded gambeson is worn under armor. It serves as cushion and softens the impact of the hit. Padding should not be too thick. Otherwise it’ll be hard to bend your arms or legs (in a case of quilted stockings). What’s more in relation to the thick padding – there’s a higher risk of overheating during

ID: 16212
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ID: 16202
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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: 16205
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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: 16211
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Gambeson is a base equipment you’ll need to get into a historical medieval battle. Armor begins from padding. It serves as a shock-absorber between your body and steel armor.  While choosing a gambeson take into account that it should not be too thick or bulky. Otherwise, wearing the steel armos you run risks overheating during

ID: 16206
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Gambeson it’s a base equipment you’ll need to get into a historical medieval battle. Armor begins from padding. It serves as a shock-absorber between your body and steel armor.  While choosing a gambeson take into account that it should not be too thick or bulky. Otherwise, wearing the steel armos you run risks overheating during

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: 16204
110

Gambeson with long sleeves. In beautiful gobelin style. Two layers of sheet wadding. Hand made. A qualitative sewing machine’s seams. Gambeson is made from durable fabric. The material in the wadding sheet is natural 100% cotton. This gambeson can be used separately from armour as the historical part of suit. New option added! Gambeson Gobelin

ID: 13106
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Stilization of XIV century spaulders worn with lentner or coat armor. Basic anatomical shape provides excellent movability. Spaulders make a good set with steel arm protection. They are equipped with leather points with holes. You can easely fix Plain spaulders “Drops” to your pdded gambeson. Also there’s a leather strap for proper fastening on your