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Medieval doublet – it’s a garment that was normally worn under the armors. Commonly it was made from flax. But rich knights could afford it be made with the silk lining or velvet outer shell. Sometimes doublet was reinforced with the bands of chainmail: on the sleeves and armpits. Medieval knights used the waxed laces

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A gambeson is armor made of multiple layers of fabric. Often stuffed with (depending on region) tow, wool, horsehair, and sometimes saturated with salt. Depending on its period, the region and class of the wearer, it was considered either as armor, or as under-armor wear. For example, for knights, a padded jacket was not armor,

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A gambeson is armor made of multiple layers of fabric. Often stuffed with (depending on region) tow, wool, horsehair, and sometimes saturated with salt. Depending on its period, the region and class of the wearer, it was considered either as armor, or as under-armor wear. For example, for knights, a padded jacket was not armor,

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A gambeson is the most basic piece of equipment you’ll need in order to get started with historical medieval battle. Armor begins from padding; it serves as a shock-absorber between your body and steel armor.  When choosing a gambeson, consider its thickness and bulk. Otherwise, you run the risk of overheating during intense fights in

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A gambeson is the most basic piece of equipment you’ll need in order to get started with historical medieval battle. Armor begins from padding; it serves as a shock-absorber between your body and steel armor.  When choosing a gambeson, consider its thickness and bulk. Otherwise, you run the risk of overheating during intense fights in

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We’re glad to offer you our new Gobelin style Gambeson – Italian Gobelin “Royal maroon”. Very beautiful combination of the gold floral ornament and royal maroon background. Gambeson is quilted vertically. Made with two layers of natural sheet wadding. Our Gambeson can be used as an under armor padding in HMB, IMCF, SCA armored combat. Also available in colors “Umber & gold”

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We’re glad to offer you our new gobelin style padded gambeson – Italian Gobelin “Umber & Gold”. The color “Umber” derives its name from the mountainous Umbria region in Italy. The umber background is curved with a medieval floral motif. Made with two layers of natural sheet batting, this set is suitable to be used

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A gambeson is armor made of multiple layers of fabric. Often stuffed with (depending on region) tow, wool, horsehair, and sometimes saturated with salt. Depending on its period, the region and class of the wearer, it was considered either as armor, or as under-armor wear. For example, for knights, a padded jacket was not the

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A gambeson is armor made of multiple layers of fabric. Often stuffed with (depending on region) tow, wool, horsehair, and sometimes saturated with salt. Depending on its period, the region and class of the wearer, it was considered either as armor, or as under-armor wear. For example, for knights, a padded jacket was not the

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We present to you our take on XIV century spaulders worn with lentner or coat armor. The anatomical shape provides excellent mobility and nicely complement steel arm protection from the XIV century. They are equipped with leather points with holes to enable you to easily affix them to your padded gambeson. Additionally, we have included