Shields, bucklers, Celtic shields, coats of arms, medieval shields, Greek shields, Spartan shields, Roman shields. The shield is the oldest active defensive weapon, used both for protection and attack. The rodela is a type of round shield, which is attached to the arm straps and a handle. It was the favorite shield cavalry, for its lightness and maneuverability. The buckler is a small shield with a cup center, which serves as a garnish for the hand. It was used in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance but did not serve as protection against throwing weapons like arrows but it was useful against hitting swords or maces. It was a simple but effective weapon, often combined with a bracamante, or rapier.
The elbows or elbows are a part of the armors that serve as protection for the elbows. They hook between the protections of the arm and the forearm with which the assembly must be articulated. There is a complete piece that covers all those parts of the body called Jackchains. 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.
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.
Rings to make or repair your own chainmails or hangmen.
Medieval chasms usual in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries in Italy.
Leg protectors oscarcelones of the legs of the metallic armor.
Bracers or panoplies are the part of the armor that covers the forearm.
The mittens are the part of the armor that covers the wrists and hands./ p>
Viking armor in adjustable brown leather with 4 buckles located on the back. Available in several sizes.
brown leather medieval armor. It includes front buckles and is adjustable sideways. It is suitable for measuringBreast maximum 105 cm.
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 neck from behind.
Verdugo largest steel Epaulets and chest. All in one piece. The executioner is a chainmail (metal protection) covering only the head. Ring: 8 mm.
Italo-Corinthian helmet with frontal protection and in one piece. P>
Viking Children wooden shield with handle on its back so that it can grab. Diámetro.- 37 cms. approximately. CAUTION! Not suitable for children under 3 years because of the danger of small-piece choke. Use only under adult supervision.
Medieval shoulders made of mild steel and polished leather trimmings. It includes only the pair.
Penacho for Roman helmet. It is attached to the hull by leather cords. To place it on the helmet support is needed. Feathers measured 10.5 cm.
Functional vaulted shield used between the thirteenth and seventeenth centuries. Made of high carbon steel 1065 of 1.2-1.3 mm. (18 gauge) with handle in wood. Includes leather lugs on the back. Many soldiers preferred this shield to the full size so they could move faster.
Coat metal barracks del Cid Campeador, with motifs of castles, rampant lion and eagle sided.
Verdugo metal life size. The executioner is a chainmail (metal protection) covering only the head. Ring 9 mm.
Cota medieval mesh made of steel. Circumference rings 8 mm. Standard size.
Greaves plated steel with self-adjustable straps. Made from 1.2mm steel. thick. Price per couple.
Bacinete with medieval viewer. Made of mild steel 1mm. - 18 ga. thick. Recommended for recreationists but not to fight.Size M: Perimeter, 60 cms <./ Li>Size L: Circumference 65 cms <./ Li>
Bag approximately 5500 rings coated carbon steel zinc. Diameter: 9 mm. Ring thickness: 1.6 mm. Ideal for repair or creation of chain mail.
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