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  • Helmets

    Helmets

    <a href="/img/cms/bassinet_medieval_4.png"> <img src="/img/cms/bassinet_medieval_4.png" alt="Casco medieval Battle-Ready" title="Medieval Battle-Ready Helmet" width="397" height="463" /> </a> <a href="/img/cms/casques_medievaux_3.jpg"> <img src="/img/cms/casques_medievaux_3.jpg" alt="Casco medieval Battle-Ready" title="Medieval Battle-Ready Helmet" width="450" height="450" /> </a> <a href="/img/cms/bassinet_medieval_2_2.png"> <img src="/img/cms/bassinet_medieval_2_2.png" alt="Casco medieval Battle-Ready" title="Medieval Battle-Ready Helmet" width="386" height="484" /> </a> <a href="/img/cms/casques_medievaux_5.jpg"> <img src="/img/cms/casques_medievaux_5.jpg" alt="Casco medieval Battle-Ready" title="Medieval Battle-Ready Helmet" width="450" height="450" /> </a> <a href="/img/cms/bassinet_medieval_6_1.png"> <img src="/img/cms/bassinet_medieval_6_1.png" alt="Casco medieval Battle-Ready" title="Medieval Battle-Ready Helmet" width="371" height="467" /> </a> <a href="/img/cms/bassinet_medieval_5.png"> <img src="/img/cms/bassinet_medieval_5.png" alt="Casco medieval Battle-Ready" title="Medieval Battle-Ready Helmet" width="407" height="467" /> </a> <p>In our War Helmets catalog you can buy Battle Helmets through time, from Greek helmets, Roman helmets, medieval helmets, Renaissance helmets and more.</p> <h2>The Battle Helmet</h2> <p><strong>Battle helmets</strong> are head protection items. The helmets provided protection to one of the most important areas of our body, the head, which contains the brain, one of the most important organs in battle since it gives the impulse of movement to the muscles and elaborates the combat technique.</p><p> Battle helmets can protect different areas: the basic ones protect only the head up to the neck, others protect the face, and others also the neck and throat.</p> <h2>types of battle helmets</h2> <p>The Battle Helmet through the ages has left us innumerable jewels that have evolved with new materials and shapes.</p><h3> japanese and asian helmets</h3><p> These helmets offer complete protection but a reduced field of vision. They protected the face, the neck, the throat and obviously the whole head.</p><h3> greek helmets</h3><p> they used to protect the head and part of the face (cheeks and nose). Sometimes, depending on the model, it could have a plume. There are Trojan, Corinthian and Spartan helmets.</p><h3> roman helmets</h3><p> here we also find many models, some with plumes and some with earmuffs. Gladiator helmets might have a face or nose protection and others might even have masks. Army helmets used to have earflaps, sometimes a plume, and almost always a back neck guard.</p><p> Among the Roman helmets we find the imperial helmets, centurion helmets and gladiator helmets.</p><h3> viking helmets</h3><p></p><p> these helmets rarely have "horns". Most likely, they wore nose guards, visors, and in some cases earmuffs or chain mail to protect their necks. In this section we can find spangenhelm helmets and other models of Nordic helmets.</p><h3> medieval helmets</h3><p> in medieval times many models of helmets were used, each one more or less completely protecting the head. Among them we have, for example, the barbuta, the headpiece, the capacete, the sallet, the cervellera, the kettle, the burgoñota and the helmet.</p><h3> conquerors helmets</h3><p> They are helmets that usually cover only the upper part of the head, for example the morion helmet and the capacete.</p><h3></h3><h3></h3><h3></h3><h3></h3> <h2>decorative and functional helmets</h2> <p>The decorative helmets are designed to decorate and some of them to wear in a parade. The steel and decorations on these helmets would not take a beating. Functional helmets can be worn and some of them can be used in medieval combat as the thickness of the steel allows adequate protection. They usually have a thickness of more than two millimeters.</p> <a href="/img/cms/cascos-medievales-y-cota-de-malla.jpg"> <img src="/img/cms/cascos-medievales-y-cota-de-malla.jpg" alt="Cascos funcionales vikingos" title="viking functional helmets" width="1280" height="851" /> </a> <p>These helmets may have appeared simpler, for the simple fact that if they had decorative parts they would be damaged and even dangerous for the imminent. Keep in mind that these replicas are faithful to the originals, and for this reason, when using them, they could be damaged or broken, like the original helmets of the time.</p><p> All helmets can be made of steel and sometimes have brass details and an interior leather protection.</p> <h2>How to wear a Battle Helmet</h2> <p>Battle helmets can simply be worn without further protection if they come with a leather bonnet inside and if they can be tied to the chin. Those without inner protection are usually worn with a bonnet so that the head is not in contact. directly with the hull steel.</p><p> In case you want to wear the helmet with chain mail, it is always convenient to put the padded hat first, put the chain mail on top and the helmet last.</p> <a href="/img/cms/combat_medieval_4.jpg"> <img src="/img/cms/combat_medieval_4.jpg" alt="Cascos en Combate Medieval" title="Helmets in Medieval Combat" width="450" height="323" /> </a> <p></p><p></p><p>We have a huge variety of helmets in our catalog and you will surely find the ones you are looking for. We have many models from all historical periods, the most important towns and the military bodies that have marked history. Some of our helmets are true works of art finished by hand. <strong>If you can't find the helmet you're looking for, contact us, maybe we can find it for you!</strong></p> <h2>Japanese and Asian Helmets</h2> <p>Japanese helmets that were first used by Japanese warriors until they evolved with the samurai. This helmet is better known by the name <strong>Kabuto</strong> . It has the typical visor shape at the front while at the top it has iron teeth to hold pheasant feathers.</p><p></p> <h2>Greek and Spartan Helmets</h2> <p>In our collection you will find <strong>Spartan, Corinthian Greek warrior helmets</strong> . These are faithful reproductions worn by hoplites and Greek warriors of ancient Greek helmets with their spectacular plumes and characteristic tails.</p><p> The Medieval Greek Empire was one of the largest in Europe and spanned from the Dark Ages of Greece ca. 1200 BC C. and the Doric invasion, until the year 146 a. C. and the Roman conquest of Greece after the battle of Corinth. It is generally considered as the seminal culture that is due to the foundation of Western civilization.</p> <h2>roman helmets</h2> <p>In our extensive catalog you will find replicas of Roman, Italic or gladiator imperial centurion helmets. These are Roman helmets with crest or without crest. The plume, crest, served to make himself visible from behind for his soldiers. In imperial times it was no longer used.</p><p> As is often the case, the military helmets of the Roman legions evolved over the years from the Montefortino Helmet, the Coolus Helmet or the Galea Helmet to derive around the 3rd century AD in the late Roman Cresta Helmet.</p> <h2>viking helmets</h2> <p>The traditional Viking helmet was made of iron and held together with leather straps. They used to have eye and nose protectors.</p><p> As for the helmets that you see with horns, they fall within the Viking myth and fantasy that have been sent to us in series and movies, since in reality Viking helmets never had horns.</p> <h2>medieval helmets</h2> <p>The medieval helmet or helmet played a fundamental role in medieval armor, protecting the most vital part of the warrior, his head.</p><p> There are many varieties of <a href="/135-cascos-medievales" title="medieval helmets">medieval war helmets</a> among them: Helm, Capacete, Morrión, Borgoñota, Barbuta, Kette, Capelina, Bacinete, Sallet, Almete or Celada.</p> <h2>spanish conqueror helmets</h2> <p>The Spanish Conqueror Helmets or classic <strong>Morriones</strong> are from the 16th and 17th centuries and have a metallic crest that, in addition to protecting, had the mission of dissuading by making the warrior appear taller and more robust.</p><p> The morion appears in Castile at the beginning of the 16th century and evolves until it is used by the Spanish thirds of the golden age and the Spanish conquerors who are the colonizers who acted in America in the age of discoveries after that of Christopher Columbus in 1492.</p> If you need any Warrior Helmet of all time we have all the brands for re-enactors, actors, medieval markets and themed weddings of any era. 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  • chain mail

    chain mail

    <img src="/img/cms/cascos-medievales-y-cota-de-malla.jpg" alt="Cascos de armaduras medievales" title="medieval armor helmets" width="1280" height="851" /> <h2>What is chain mail?</h2> <p>A Mail Coat is an armor, shirt or tunic that, like iron, bronze, steel or aluminum armor, was used to repel attacks from white weapons. Its resistance is determined by several factors such as the type of riveting, the material, the density and the thickness of the rings.</p> <h2>How much does chain mail weigh?</h2> <p>The chain mail that we sell varies in weight depending on the size, the material and the thickness of the rings, but we have said that they <strong>weigh between 8-15 Kg.</strong></p> <img src="/img/cms/cota-de-malla-gruesa.jpg" alt="Cascos de armaduras medievales" title="medieval armor helmets" width="1200" height="900" /> <img src="/img/cms/cota-de-malla-delgada.jpg" alt="Cascos de armaduras medievales" title="medieval armor helmets" width="1280" height="852" /> <h2>Types of chain mail (functionality)</h2> <h3>functional chain mail</h3><p> Most chain mail that is sold for recreation is made of <strong>steel, galvanized steel, zinc or aluminum</strong> and is tanto functional. When we talk about functionality, in this case, we mean that it can be put on and worn for a while, obviously we do not value functionality because of the resistance of steel against a knife.</p><h3> decorative chain mail</h3><p> They can be metallic and are usually made of aluminum or fabric simulating the design of a steel chain mail. Aluminum chain mail has the advantage of being lighter and more bearable if you have to wear it for many hours, but on the other hand, they are more expensive.</p> <a href="/img/cms/cota-de-malla-acero-manga-larga-acero-galvanizado.jpg"> <img src="/img/cms/cota-de-malla-acero-manga-larga-acero-galvanizado.jpg" alt="" width="280" height="320" /> </a> Polished steel (galvanized) <a href="/img/cms/cota-de-malla-acero-negro.jpg"> <img src="/img/cms/cota-de-malla-acero-negro.jpg" alt="" width="253" height="347" /> </a> black steel <a href="/img/cms/cota-de-malla-medieval-en-aluminio.jpg"> <img src="/img/cms/cota-de-malla-medieval-en-aluminio.jpg" alt="" width="280" height="320" /> </a> Aluminum <a href="/img/cms/cota-de-malla-aluminio-ennegrecido.jpg"> <img src="/img/cms/cota-de-malla-aluminio-ennegrecido.jpg" alt="" width="312" height="347" /> </a> blackened aluminum <h2>PROBLEMS WITH STEEL</h2> <p>The biggest drawback today when using replica chain mail that is made of steel is <strong>the weight</strong> that must be supported.</p><p> The maintenance of the chain mail is also another great challenge <strong>due to oxidation</strong> since the material is steel but NOT stainless, so in a few days or weeks it can rust and spoil if we do not maintain it correctly every time it is stored.</p><p> For its <strong>maintenance</strong> , it is usually effective to oil it and store it in a closed bag and, of course, store it in a dry place.</p><p></p> <img src="/img/cms/cota-malla-y-casco.jpg" alt="Cascos de armaduras medievales" title="medieval armor helmets" width="1280" height="850" /> <h2>Who wore chain mail</h2> <p>All the cultures that have worked metallurgy have made their own chain mail. It is currently used for historical recreation. The chain mail used by the Romans, <b>lorica segmentata and lorica hamata,</b> or in medieval times the <strong>chain mail with its executioner</strong> as a complement, are known.</p><p></p><p> The task of dressing with a Chainmail requires the help of a second person since it is quite complicated due to its weight. Today there are less heavy chain mail imitations in materials such as aluminum.</p><p> The chain mail protected perfectly from transverse cuts although it was not effective for stabbing weapons that could penetrate it if they were blunt.</p> <h2>chain mail today</h2> <p></p><p>Chain mail is currently used for historical recreations but it is also true that there are specific chain mails that are used in diving as a precaution against sharks.</p><p> Also professions that require working with knives continuously, such as butchers, often use a chain mail glove as protection against accidental cuts.</p> yes what You need an authentic Medieval Chainmail, an executioner, rings for your armor or any other complement for your armor, we can help you. Do not hesitate to contact us. <img src="/img/cms/anillas.gif" alt="" width="229" height="248" /> <h3> Rings </h3> Here you will find a wide variety of Rings to make chain mail. <a href="/435-anillas-armaduras"> I love them </a> <img src="/img/cms/verdugo.gif" alt="" width="300" height="309" /> <h3> executioners </h3> Here you will find a wide variety of medieval Executioners and from all times. <a href="/74-verdugos"> I love </a> <img src="/img/cms/cotas-malla-medievales.gif" alt="" width="977" height="977" /> <h3> Chainmail </h3> Here you will find a wide variety of Chainmail. <a href="/46-cotas-de-malla"> I love them </a>
  • Gauntlets

    Gauntlets

    <p>The gauntlets or medieval mittens are the metal gloves, the parts of armour to protect fingers and hands during battle. During the XIth and XIIth century, the gautlets consisted of a chainmail sack; in France, people wore them with a hand opening to easily remove the fist. Then leather gloves were made, with an iron roundel on the back and a chainmail buttoned over the sleeve. From the early XVth century, the metal gauntlet was detached from the leather glove, allowing the contestant to wear a split-finger gauntlet on the left and the mitton on the right hand. This depended if he had to fight with different weapons. In the XIVth century, separated fingers gautelets appear; they consisted of several pieces of steel, accommodated to the divisions of the hand.</p>
  • executioners

    executioners

    <h2>what is an executioner</h2><p> An executioner is a piece of armor and comes as a chain mail "hood". This "hood" is made of rings that linked together provide a defensive layer against attacks from bladed weapons. A good executioner could save the life of a warrior since the neck is very delicate and any blow could be fatal. The executioner usually also protects part of the chest, depending on the model.</p><p> This part of armor was widely used from the Middle Ages, when knights and warriors began to use it in their battles. It is a classic piece of Templar warrior armor. Being an uncomfortable garment, it lost importance over the centuries, since it took away the warrior's agility and field of vision. The executioner was widely used by samurai warriors who wore a special model that also protected part of the face and left only the eyes free.</p><h2> types of executioners</h2><p> There are different styles of executioner, depending on the historical era or the people who used it:</p><h3> medieval executioner</h3><p> It is the classic executioner that covered part of the chest, the shoulders and left the face completely uncovered since it only reached the forehead. It was widely used in Europe.</p><h3> ruff</h3><p> it was an executioner that covered only the throat and part of the chest and shoulders. The head was completely uncovered. It used to be used in the Nordic or Central European countries.</p><h3> japanese executioner</h3><p> perhaps it is the executioner that provides more protection but less agility and field of vision. This executioner covers a large part of the chest and shoulders, the head, the throat and the face up to the eyes. Very common is Asia, especially in Japan.</p><h2> executioner material</h2><p> The executioner is made up of rings of different metals, such as:</p><h3> Steel</h3><h3> Carbon Steel</h3><h3> Stainless steel</h3><h3> Galvanised steel</h3><h3> nickel plated steel</h3><p> Some hangmen come with leather straps to fasten around the neck.</p><h2> carvings of the executioners</h2><p> The executioners do not go by sizes, they have a standard size. They are suitable for practically every head size and can be put with a hair clip so that the hair does not get tangled between the rings and so that it is not uncomfortable to wear.</p><blockquote><p> If you wear a Templar suit or chain mail, surely to complete your outfit you will need an executioner. The size of the executioner is standard and many of them can be put on with a crespina and a medieval helmet. <strong>If you need suggestions, information or simply want to order an executioner, you can count on us.</strong></p></blockquote>
  • functional armor

    functional armor

    <img src="/img/cms/cascos-armaduras-medievales.jpg" alt="Cascos de armaduras medievales" title="medieval armor helmets" width="694" height="160" /><p> In our Medieval-Store you will find functional and decorative <a href="/23-armaduras-medievales">armor</a> , complete and in pieces. If you are a recreationist, a collector or you are simply looking for Roman, medieval or fantastic armor, we can help you choose the armor that best suits your needs.</p><h2> what is an armor</h2><p><!-- x-tinymce/html --> The Armors are a set of protections in the form of garments that adapt to the body prepared for the individual defense of warriors and fighters through which they protected themselves from attacks on the body. They were normally metallic or made of resistant materials such as leather.</p><h2> origin of armor</h2><p> Towards the 10th century there were still primitive armors, that is when they arrive from the 11th century, at the beginning of the Crusades. From the time of the Middle Ages, metal-forged armor represented a great advance compared to the previous ones made of skins with metal fragments.</p><p></p><h2> Weight and pieces of armor</h2><p><!-- x-tinymce/html --> A complete armor consists of numerous articulated pieces, having come to meet up to 250 in a single combatant with a weight of about 25 to 30 kilos, but the most common and important medieval armor is reduced to about twenty-five, distributed in the four head, trunk, and upper and lower limb groups.</p><h2> armor material</h2><p> The functional armors usually forged in steel usually come prepared to grab with leather straps and buckles. Before buying an armor or any of its pieces, you have to be clear about whether it is functional or only <a href="/202-armaduras-decorativas">decorative</a> . It should also be borne in mind that steel is NOT stainless, therefore it requires maintenance to preserve it. </p><img src="/img/cms/Partes-de-una-armadura.jpeg" alt="Partes de la armadura medieval" title="medieval armor parts" width="576" height="768" /><h2> ARMOR PIECES.- FOR THE HEAD</h2><h3> The helmet, helmet and the like</h3><p> Protecting the upper part and formed by morion, visor and barbera</p><h3> the morion</h3><p> It is the upper part of the hull, where there used to be a crest.</p><h3> The visor</h3><p> That covered the face.</p><h3> the barber</h3><p> For the mouth and chin</p><h3> the ruff</h3><p> That defended the neck ahead</p><h3> the neck cover</h3><p><!-- x-tinymce/html --></p><p> That defended the neck from behind.</p> <a href="/img/cms/casco-morrion-con-alas.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/casco-morrion-con-alas.jpeg" alt="Morrión medieval" title="medieval morion" width="280" height="320" /></a> morion <a href="/img/cms/casco-burgonet-siglo-xvi.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/casco-burgonet-siglo-xvi.jpeg" alt="Burgonet con visera y gola y barbera" title="Burgonet with visor and ruff and barbera" width="280" height="320" /></a> Burgonet with visor and ruff and barbera <a href="/img/cms/casco-gotico-aleman-sallet-con-barbote.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/casco-gotico-aleman-sallet-con-barbote.jpeg" alt="Casco alemán con visera" title="German helmet with visor" width="280" height="320" /></a> German helmet with visor <a href="/img/cms/casco-burgonet-segismundo-siglo-xvi.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/casco-burgonet-segismundo-siglo-xvi.jpeg" alt="Burgonet con cubrenuca" title="Burgonet with neck cover" width="280" height="320" /></a> Burgonet with neck cover <img src="/img/cms/casco-maciejowski.jpeg" alt="Yelmo medieval" title="medieval helmet" width="280" height="320" /> Helmet <a href="/img/cms/casco-borgonota-con-visera-en-acero-pulido-epic-armoury.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/casco-borgonota-con-visera-en-acero-pulido-epic-armoury.jpeg" alt="Borgoñota con visera" title="burgundy with visor" width="280" height="320" /></a> burgundy with visor<h2> ARMOR PIECES.- FOR THE BODY</h2><h3> The gorget or ruff</h3><p> in the upper part of the chest and back, coming to replace the ruff.</p><h3> Breastplate</h3><p> In the rest of the chest.</p><h3> the purses</h3><p> that reached a little lower than the previous one.</p><h3> the prisons</h3><p> kind of purses that extended with joints to the knees.</p><h3> the keeper</h3><p> for the loins.</p><h3> pancera</h3><p> for the belly, made of mesh.</p><h3> the butt</h3><p><!-- x-tinymce/html --></p><p> for the buttocks, also made of mesh.</p> <a href="/img/cms/escarcelas-medievales-galahad.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/escarcelas-medievales-galahad.jpeg" alt="Escarcelas medievales" title="medieval purses" width="280" height="320" /></a> You hold <a href="/img/cms/gorjal-siglo-xv-ajustable.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/gorjal-siglo-xv-ajustable.jpeg" alt="Gorjal medieval" title="medieval gorget" width="280" height="320" /></a> gorget <a href="/img/cms/pancera-salvaje-metalica-acabado-pulido.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/pancera-salvaje-metalica-acabado-pulido.jpeg" alt="Pancera medieval" title="medieval pancera" width="280" height="320" /></a> Pancera <a href="/img/cms/peto-liso-para-armadura.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/peto-liso-para-armadura.jpeg" alt="Peto medieval" title="medieval breastplate" width="280" height="320" /></a> Overalls<h2> ARMOR PIECES.- FOR the upper extremities</h2><h3> the shoulder pads</h3><p> In the shoulder.</p><h3> armguards</h3><p> In the upper part of the arm.</p><h3> The shoulder holsters</h3><p> in the armpit</p><h3> the struts</h3><p> In the elbow.</p><h3> the bracers</h3><p> On the forearm.</p><h3> The crabs</h3><p> On the opposite side of the elbow.</p><h3> the mittens</h3><p> On the wrists and hands.</p><h3> the gauntlets</h3><p><!-- x-tinymce/html --></p><p> On the fingers and the hand</p> <a href="/img/cms/hombreras-guerrero-medieval.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/hombreras-guerrero-medieval.jpeg" alt="Hombreras y guardabrazos" title="Shoulder pads and armguards" width="280" height="320" /></a> Shoulder pads and armguards <a href="/img/cms/brazos-medievales-articulados-siglo-xiv-reacondicionados.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/brazos-medievales-articulados-siglo-xiv-reacondicionados.jpeg" alt="Cangrejos armadura medieval" title="medieval armor crabs" width="280" height="320" /></a> crabs <a href="/img/cms/guanteletes-articulados.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/guanteletes-articulados.jpeg" alt="Guanteletes armadura" title="armor gauntlets" width="280" height="320" /></a> gauntlets <a href="/img/cms/manoplas-acolchadas-de-cuero-con-cota-de-malla.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/manoplas-acolchadas-de-cuero-con-cota-de-malla.jpeg" alt="Manoplas armadura medieval" title="Medieval armor mittens" width="280" height="320" /></a> mittens <a href="/img/cms/brazales-y-codales-de-armadura-medieval-en-acero.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/brazales-y-codales-de-armadura-medieval-en-acero.jpeg" alt="Codales y brazales armadura medieval" title="Codals and bracers medieval armor" width="280" height="320" /></a> Codals and bracers <a href="/img/cms/hombreras-y-gorjal-gotico.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/hombreras-y-gorjal-gotico.jpeg" alt="Hombreras armadura medieval" title="medieval armor shoulder pads" width="280" height="320" /></a> Shoulder pads<h2> ARMOR PIECES.- FOR the lower extremities</h2><!-- x-tinymce/html --><h3> The quixotes or musleras</h3><p> For defense of thighs Knee pads for knees.</p><h3> the greaves</h3><p> For the legs.</p><h3> Pumps and shod shoes</h3><p> for the foot</p><h3> card or card</h3><p> That was added to these pieces in jousts and consisted of a small shield that was fixed to the upper and left part of the breastplate and that had the emblem and emblem of the noble knight painted on it.</p><h3></h3><p></p> <a href="/img/cms/piernas-para-armadura-medieval.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/piernas-para-armadura-medieval.jpeg" alt="Musleras, grebas y rodilleras" title="Legguards, greaves and knee guards" width="458" height="458" /></a> Legguards, greaves and knee guards <a href="/img/cms/grebas-medievales-markward-acabado-pulido.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/grebas-medievales-markward-acabado-pulido.jpeg" alt="Grebas medievales" title="medieval greaves" width="280" height="320" /></a> greaves <a href="/img/cms/escarpes-medievales-en-color-negro-epic-armoury.jpeg"><img src="/img/cms/escarpes-medievales-en-color-negro-epic-armoury.jpeg" alt="escarpes armadura medieval" title="medieval armor sabots" width="600" height="900" /></a> scarps<img src="/img/cms/casco_medieval.gif" alt="" width="982" height="982" /><h3> Helmets</h3> Immediate shipping Here you will find a wide variety of Helmets of all themes in stock for immediate delivery. If you need your Helmet urgently, we will send it to you immediately. <a href="https://www.tienda-medieval.com/es/28-cascos/s-1/en_stock-si">I want it now</a><img src="/img/cms/escudo-medieval.gif" alt="" width="800" height="800" /><h3> Shields</h3> Immediate shipping Here you will find a wide variety of Shields of all themes in stock for immediate delivery. If you need your Shield urgently, we will send it to you immediately. <a href="https://www.tienda-medieval.com/es/27-escudos/s-1/en_stock-si">I want it now</a><img src="/img/cms/cotas-malla-medievales.gif" alt="" width="977" height="977" /><h3> Chainmail</h3> Immediate shipping Here you will find a wide variety of Chainmail of all themes in stock for immediate delivery. If you need it urgently, we will send it to you immediately. <a href="https://www.tienda-medieval.com/es/46-cotas-de-malla/s-1/en_stock-si">I want it now</a>
  • decorative armor

    decorative armor

    <p>Decorative armor in various sizes. The <a href="/164-armaduras-funcionales">Armors</a> protected the body from attacks and were normally metallic or also made of resistant materials such as leather.</p><h2> What is a Decorative Armor</h2><p> A decorative armor, as its name suggests, is a piece that should only be used as an ornament and is not intended to be functional.</p><h2> Decorative Armor Pieces</h2><p> The complete armor consists of numerous articulated pieces having come to meet up to 250 in a single combatant with a weight of about 25 to 30 kilos, but the most common and important medieval armor is reduced to about twenty-five, distributed in the four head, trunk, and limb groups. upper and lower.</p><h3> <strong>ARMOR.- FOR HEAD PROTECTION</strong></h3><h4> The helmet, helmet and the like</h4><p> Protecting the upper part and formed by morion, visor and barbera.</p><h4> the morion</h4><p> It was the top of the helmet, where the crest used to be.</p><h4> The visor</h4><p> That covered the face.</p><h4> the barber</h4><p> For the mouth and chin</p><h4> the ruff</h4><p> That defended the neck ahead.</p><h4> the neck cover</h4><p> That defended the neck from behind.</p><h3> <strong>ARMOR.- FOR DEFENSE OF THE BODY</strong></h3><p> The gorget or ruff on the upper part of the chest and back, eventually replacing the ruff. The breastplate, on the rest of the chest The purses that reached a little lower than the previous one The purses, a kind of purses that extended with joints to the knees The waistguard, for the loins The pancera for the belly, made of mesh The culera, for the buttocks, also made of mesh.</p><h3> <strong>ARMOR.- THE UPPER LIMBS</strong></h3><p> The shoulder pads, on the shoulder The armguards on the upper arm The shoulder straps on the armpit The elbow braces The bracers on the forearm The crabs on the opposite part of the elbow The mittens on the wrists and hands The gauntlets on the fingers and hand.</p><h3> <strong>ARMOR.- THE LOWER LIMBS</strong></h3><p> The leg guards or leg guards to defend the thighs The knee pads The greaves for the legs The booties and shod shoes for the foot The tarja or card, which was added to these pieces in the jousting and consisted of a small shield that was fixed on the upper and left part of the breastplate and which bore the emblem and insignia of the noble knight.</p>
  • Shoulder pads

    Shoulder pads

    <p>The shoulder pads are that part of the armour that does not receive much attention, but in the medieval days, warfare days, they saved the arms of more than one warrior. As the whole armor, shoulder pads were made at the beginning, with animal leather, chain mail and some piece of iron. A curious fact to note is that many of the warriors wore only one pad, mostly on the left, so that the right arm did not lose the mobility needed to handle the sword. This is why many armours were are asymmetrical. With the idea to also protect the right shoulder, the craftsmen began making articulated shoulder pads, incorporating both leather for flexibility, as iron to receive the blows.</p>
  • Greaves

    Greaves

    The greaves of warriors and conquerors are pieces of armour that cover the leg from the knee to the bottom of the foot and they were made of many different materials including fabrics, leather, and iron.. The first greaves we know were used by the Greeks and later popularized by the Roman Empire. Since its beginnings, the greaves have experienced a number of changes, the Romans manufactured them with cloth, leather and metal pieces and in medieval Europe existed the greaves that protected the whole leg. Of course, the ones that covered the entire leg were made with several parts to form an articulated armour and provide greater mobility to the warrior.
  • Gorjales

    Gorjales

    The gorjal of the armor is the old part that is fitted to the neck for his defense. This piece of the armor of silver came to replace the gola mesh or bishop's cloak, which in the end was because of pieces of iron articulated and, therefore, should not appear until the mid-FIFTEENTH century. In Spain, it is used much the gorjal during the SIXTEENTH century. For its historical importance must cite the gorjal of Philip II The gorjal was the first piece that he wore. On top was a breastplate and the guardabrazos, that is linked after her by means of a buckle and a strap. Consisted of a neck of iron divided into two parts articulated to an end of being able to adjust, which was wearing a skirt or feed a semi-circular or polygonal, which covered the upper part of the chest, and another covering the back, joining both on the shoulders.
  • Codales

    Codales

    <p>The elbow pads or codales are a part of the armor that provide protection for the elbows. Make coupling between the protections of the arm and the forearm with which the whole must be articulated. There is a full piece that covers all those parts of the body, called Jackchains.</p>
  • Armor Rings

    Armor Rings

    <h2>Rings for chain mail</h2><p> The chainmail is a tunic or a shirt made up of metal rings and that served to protect the warrior from cuts or thrusts from enemy weapons by blocking the blades and not making them come into contact with the body. The rings of the chain mail are linked to each other forming a true mesh that is difficult to pass through. Its effectiveness then depends on its rings, the smaller or more concentrated per centimeter of mesh, the better it will defend against the cores of white weapons.</p><h2> Types of rings for chain mail</h2><p> The chain mail can be composed of several types of rings:</p><h3> Galvanized steel rings</h3><h3> Zinc coated carbon steel rings</h3><h3> riveting lists</h3><h3> open</h3><h2> Craft Chainmail with Rings</h2><p> These rings are ideal for those who want to make chain mail or repair damaged mail. Making a chain mail from scratch is not an easy task, you have to have a lot of patience, know how to link the rings correctly and you also need experience. We have books that explain how to link the rings to form a perfect and durable chain mail. Rings are sold in bags of 5,500 or 1,460 rings. We sell them in two different bags because they have different characteristics.</p><blockquote><p> If you want to repair your chainmail or need rings to make one from scratch, we can offer you very good quality rings. <strong>If you need help we are available through WhatsApp, phone or email.</strong></p></blockquote>
  • You hold

    You hold

    <p>Common medieval purses in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries in Italy.</p>
  • Legs

    Legs

    <p>Leg protectors oscarcelones of the legs of the metallic armor. </p>
  • bracers

    bracers

    <h2>What are bracers?</h2><p> The bracers are protections for the arm and forearm, very vulnerable parts in battle since they are exposed to the blows of the opponents. The bracers provided protection against the cuts that an enemy sword could produce and could be partially protected from blows, depending on their entity.</p><p> The most classic ones usually protect up to the elbow but the versions adaptable to armor can protect up to the shoulder and then fix on the shoulder pads.</p><h2> How are the bracers put on?</h2><p> The bracers are usually made up of a metallic part that serves to protect against blows and on the back they have straps that are usually made of leather to be fixed on the arms. The straps are usually adjustable and usually make the bracers adapt to the arm without risking them moving in battle, which can be uncomfortable and dangerous.</p><p> Sometimes they can have leather reinforcements or a padded part simply so that the skin is not in direct contact with the metal and to cushion the blows.</p><h2> type of bracers</h2><p> There are bracers for all styles that can be adapted to all times since they have been accessories used by almost all peoples; In Roman times, gladiators used bracers that protected the entire armed arm, so that the part closest to the opponent was completely protected. This type of protection could be made of horizontal metal or leather scales.</p><p> Warriors and legionnaires wore short closed metal or leather bracers. The Vikings used to wear protective bracers that covered from the wrists to the elbows. They were composed of vertical metal strips joined together with leather straps.</p><p> In medieval times the bracers used to be adapted to other parts of the armor, such as elbow pads, gauntlets and shoulder pads. The material used was always metal. With the passing of time and the disappearance of white weapons and hand-to-hand battles, the bracers lost their importance, disappearing from the battlefield.</p><blockquote><p> We have bracers of all kinds and for any historical costume. Our pieces are of high quality, some of them are handmade by expert craftsmen in the elaboration of metal armor parts. <strong>If you need help to complete your armor do not hesitate to contact us.</strong></p></blockquote>
  • Mittens

    Mittens

    <p>The mittens are the part of the armor that covers the wrists and hands./ p&gt;</p>
  • shields

    shields

    <img src="/img/cms/escudosvikingos.jpg" alt="Escudos Vikingos en acción" title="Viking shields in action" width="1903" height="600" /> <p>In our Battle Shields catalog you can buy Shields from all eras. We have Celtic shields, medieval shields, Viking shields, Roman shields and more.</p><p> And if you're a re-enactor in need of a Functional Shield, we have a wide range of tough, battle-ready shields.</p> <h2>the battle shield</h2> <p>The shield is the oldest known defensive and attack weapon. A real protection to ward off enemy attacks. Shields have been known since 3000 years before Christ. It begins to be manufactured in wood and wicker.</p> <h2>Viking and Celtic shields</h2> <p>The Viking shield was light, with a round size suitable to cover the torso and with a grip system that gave better handling. The round Viking shield was also often decorated with hand-painted paintings from Norse mythology.</p> <h2>TYPES OF SHIELD</h2> <h3>shield</h3><p> Oval-shaped leather shield.</p><h3> buckler</h3><p> Small shield with central cup.</p><h3> Aspis</h3><p> Shield carried by ancient Greek infantry.</p><h3> I clip</h3><p> Circular and domed shield used by Greeks and Romans.</p><h3> turkeys</h3><p> Oblong shield that covers almost the entire body.</p><h3> Buckler</h3><p> Lenticular shield fixed to the arm with straps.</p><h3> objective</h3><p> Concave medieval shield with metallic or dwarf inlays inside.</p><h3> Shield</h3><p> Roman shield with a rectangular shape, sometimes convex and sometimes flat.</p> <h2>MEDIEVAL SHIELDS</h2> <p>Shields from the Middle Ages served as protection mainly against close combat and were not useful for attacks by archers and other thrown weapons. At the end of the 13th century and until the 16th century they had an equilateral triangular shape, while in the 16th century metal shields with reliefs and inlays of great luxury were used for gala tournaments.</p> <a href="/img/cms/126-450x323.jpg"> <img src="/img/cms/126-450x323.jpg" alt="Escudos típicos medievales" title="typical medieval shields" width="450" height="323" /> </a> <h2>celtic shields</h2> <p>The Celtic Shield is usually a large shield that provided great protection to almost the entire body of the combatant. Keep in mind that the Celts did not wear armor.</p><p> The Celtic Shield is usually a round or oval shield that had an umbo in its central part. They were made of wood as it was resistant to enemy arrows as well as to the clashes of axes and swords.</p> <h2>medieval shields</h2> <p>Medieval shields could have different shapes, dimensions, materials and characteristics depending on the time, country of manufacture and load of the soldier.</p><p> The warriors who were dedicated to hand-to-hand combat, needed a light and small shield, to be able to move quickly in battle. For this reason, bucklers or bucklers were invented, resistant shields made of metal and of small dimensions.</p> <h2>greek shields</h2> <p>The Greek Shield used to be large and round. They were used for the protection of the warrior as they did not wear armor, they were also used to push the enemy in hand-to-hand combat.</p><p> They were made of metal and without great designs. He had also painted them with mythological motifs. They did not usually wear an umbo although the Greeks also had their times and fashions.</p> <h2>viking shields</h2> <p>Viking Shields used to be round. They were made with pieces of wood joined together with metal strips. In the back part a handle with rope or leather straps was placed to be able to carry the shield in battle.</p> <h2>roman shields</h2> <p>The Roman Shields were characterized by being rectangular and oval like the pre-republican infantry shield or the republican that was oval.</p><p> The round Roman shield also had its prominence in the fourth century, the period of Roman decline.</p><p> The Roman shields were made of wood reinforcing them with metallic parts and training shields were also made of cane or wicker for the soldiers of the legion as they were lighter.</p> <h2>Functional Shields</h2> <p>Functional Shields are characterized by being made of thicker materials so they can withstand combat. There are functional shields made of wood and metal.</p><p> After all, they are shields and combat bucklers from all eras that, due to their characteristics, can be used in recreations and real combats.</p><p></p> If you need any Battle Shield of all times we have all the brands for re-enactors, actors, medieval markets and themed weddings of any era. Take advantage of our discounts and remember that shipping is immediate on products with stock. <button type="button"> × Descartar alerta </button>
  • Breastplates and Pauldrons

    Breastplates and Pauldrons

    <p>The breastplates or plackarts are the pieces of armour responsible for protecting the chest of the warrior. It has been a military mainstay since ancient times and were usually made of leather, bronze or iron in antiquity. With the part corresponding to the back, along with the other body protectors happen to be known as the Armor. Another name for this piece is "cuirasse" (french), metal parts designed with athletic body shape. Plackarts of the German Gothic style were often fluted, a form of decoration that gave straight ridges to the armour. Fluting decorated the armour while also making it stronger, and possibly deflected sword blows by guiding them off the armour. From about the 12th century, knights wore long and flowing surcoats over their armour, which were frequently emblazoned with the arms of the wearer.</p>
  • Kneepads

    Kneepads

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Round shield of steel with a lining riveted on the front of brown leather. A buckler is a shield small, more or less as a kitchen plate, which was used as a weapon during the Medieval era and the Renaissance. The...
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Lunettes medieval with a design based on that used during the S. XIV. Designed to protect the armpits, as part of a harness of plate armor. The set includes 2 bezels and 2 laces. The diameter of 9,65 mm
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Functional medieval barbuta made of 1.6 mm steel. Includes leather chin strap. The barbuta served as shelter for the head and had as element the gola that defended the neck in front and the cover that defended the...
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Gorjal medieval leather with a design insiprado in the models used during the FIFTEENTH century. The gorjal offers protection to the neck and to the shoulders of the warrior. Our gorjal it is made of hard leather with...
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Shield Battle Ready model Fechtbuch made of steel with a thickness of 2 mm (16 gauge). Buckler of a Thalhoffer Fechtbuch written by Hans Thalhoffer (1420-1490), a master swordsman and a master of duels. This shield is...
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Shield, Diamond-shaped Battle Ready model Fechtbuch made of steel with a thickness of 2 mm (16 gauge). Buckler of a Thalhoffer Fechtbuch written by Hans Thalhoffer (1420-1490), a master swordsman and a master of...
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Articulated arm with a design inspired by the armor used in Germany during the FIFTEENTH century. It is one size. The arm is crafted in leather and mild steel. The parts of the shoulder have a thickness of 1.6 mm, and...
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Replica of the Gallic Roman Imperial helmet. The original helmet was found near Weiseneau, Germany. Includes padding. One size, approx. 60 cm.
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Gorjal hood and padded ideal to put under the helmet or the executioners of mesh. Front fastening with leather straps and metal buckles. The product is made of cotton and stuffed with wool. Available in various sizes...
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Helmet type Kettle with a design inspired by the models used during the century. This helmet has a small crest and a wing width that was meant to keep the arrows coming from above. Made of two parts of steel of 1.6 mm...
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Legs medieval chainmail used during the XI-XV centuries. Mesh legs are made entirely by hand of interlocking metal rings and leather straps bear to be adjusted. These pieces completely cover the legs. It includes...
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Guards of medieval warrior. Made of steel 1mm. thick. It includes the pair of pads, pushups and buckles for fastening to the frame.
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Bacinete with medieval viewer. Made of mild steel 1mm. - 18 ga. thick. Recommended for recreationists but not to fight.Size M: Perimeter, 60 cms &lt;./ Li&gt;Size L: Circumference 65 cms &lt;./ Li&gt;
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Medieval helmet Normal Spangen year 1180 AD with frontal visor. Handmade in 1.6 mm steel. to 3.2 mm. thick. It comes riveted and soldier. Includes padded lining. p&gt;
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Medieval chainmail, rather small. Manufactured with riveted duce steel rings. Contour chest: 70-95 cms.Ring diameter: 9 mm. li&gt;
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Nimue wool gorget. The edges of the gorget are made of synthetic fur. It is closed by a strap with a brass buckle. The materials used in the elaboration are: 70% Wool 20% Polyester 10% Viscose
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Red Dragon knee protectors designed for HEMA. The outside is made of hard plastic and they are padded inside. They are intended to be worn over combat pants. They have an elastic strap with velcro fasteners on the...
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Cascos de armaduras medievales

We have an extensive collection of decorative and functional medieval armor that reliably recreates medieval times. They usually include a display stand so they can be assembled in the style of full suits of armor seen in castles, movies, and other medieval rooms.

We also have all the armor pieces available for individual sale. For example, you can find bracers, helmets, elbow braces, chain mail, purses, shields, gorgets, greaves, gauntlets, shoulder pads, mittens, breastplates and purses, legs, knee pads or executioners.

Armadura medieval funcional

Origin of Armor

The origin of combat armor dates back to the Egyptian period, developing with the Greeks and Romans the Roman armor better known as lorica segmentata and evolving to the best known medieval armor , made up of steel or iron plates, joined together with hooks, nuts, latches and nails fastened to the warrior by means of straps and buckles, began to be used in Europe, both by infantry and equestrian, in the fourteenth century and reached full perfection at the end of the fifteenth century, transforming in the mid-sixteenth century into a gala dress for the warrior, adorned and embellished with the beauties of sculptural art and metal industries.

It declined notably in the 17th century as firearms were perfected and since the 18th century medieval armor is no longer used other than as an incomparable ornament for castles, palaces, museums, and any place that wants to incorporate a nice historical souvenir.

In Eastern culture, Japanese armor is the best known. It began to be used from the fourth century and it is believed that it was an evolution of Chinese armor. Over time it has been known as samurai armor since they were the ones who used it for war purposes. Japanese armor is made up of small plates of scales, steel, and leather held together by rivets and cords of macrame, braided silk, or chain mail.

Armor Pieces

complete armor consists of numerous articulated pieces having come to meet up to 250 in a single combatant with a weight of about 25 to 30 kilos, but the most common and important medieval armor is reduced to about twenty-five, distributed in the four head, trunk, and upper and lower limb groups. Some parts of the Armors are as follows:

Helmets

Its main use was for head protection.

Shields

To protect yourself from the enemy in a hand-to-hand fight.

Codals

The struts were located on the elbows and independent of the rest of the arm to be articulated.

chain mail

Made up of interlocking steel rings, they protected the torso area like a shirt.

executioners

It covers the head and is made up of steel rings like chain mail. It is put under the helmet.

Gorgets

They protect the neck and part of the chest; vital areas in close combat.

greaves

They are made of steel and cover the part of the legs, both in front and behind.

gauntlets

They are made of steel and are articulated that protect the hands like a glove.

mittens

They are gloves made with a steel ring as chain mail.

Shoulder pads

They protect the shoulders and are independent of the rest of the arm to be articulated.

breastplates

They cover the chest area below the Gorjal.

You hold

They are pieces of steel located below the breastplate with scales to facilitate mobility.

Legs

They are interlocking steel rings that protect the entire leg and are usually worn under armor.

bracers

They are pieces of steel and cover the forearm area, between the elbow pads and the gauntlets.

Decorative or Functional Armor

The Decorative Armors are the classic ones that are usually seen in exhibitions, castles, stately homes of the time, etc, but they are not prepared for functional use or what is the same so that they can be used by a person. Functional Armor , on the other hand, comes prepared with leather straps and buckles and is usually adjustable. Take these aspects into account before making your choice.

Complete Armors are pieces of a generally high cost. We are official distributors of the best armor factories and we can offer you the best price. Differences between Decorative and Functional Armor

It must be taken into account that the decorative armor or the pieces that make it up, as its name suggests, are only suitable for decoration and should not be used as a clothing accessory since they are not prepared for it.

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Functional armors are suitable for use since they incorporate accessories that protect the person, they do not have sharp elements, they have adjustable buckles in addition to other elements that allow them to adapt to the usual medieval or period garments such as chain mail, brigantines or other garments.

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