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Breastplates and Pauldrons

€157.02

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brown leather medieval armor. It includes front buckles and is adjustable sideways. It is suitable for measuringBreast maximum 105 cm.
€170.06 €212.57
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Peto medieval model Churburg. The shell is a part of the armor that protects the upper area of the chest of the warrior. It is hand-made in steel with a thickness of 1.6 mm (16 gauge). Is built to withstand the...
€90.91

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Medieval armor leather Warrior Veteran available in the color black. The armor is constructed with leather split chrome tanning and stitched carefully around the edges to create a simple design but aesthetic with...
€154.55

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Plain breastplate for armor without engravings. It is not functional for people . The breastplate is part of the medieval armor and its mission is fundamental since it protects the chest of the combatant.
€217.49

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Full Greek muscled armor made of brass. On the sides it comes with leather straps to adjust the armor. The armor is available only in size L.
€227.27
Chest of the Knights Templar. The Order of the Poor Knights of Christ (Latin: Pauperes commilitones Christi Templique Solomonici), commonly known as the Knights Templar or the Order of the Temple (French: Ordre du...
€227.27
Chestguard of the Knights Templar with a silkscreened cross. The Order of the Poor Knights of Christ (Latin: Pauperes commilitones Christi Templique Solomonici), commonly known as the Knights Templar or the Order of...
€142.49
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Lorica segmentata made of 18G steel with details cast in bronze. The lórica segmentata is the name given to the armor worn by Roman legionaries during their heyday (1st century BC-3rd century AD). The name comes from...
€121.28
Peto smoothto armorwithout engravings.It is not practical to persons. Dickey is part of medieval armor and its mission is critical because it protects Fighter chest. P>
€300.00
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Spectacular armor-inspired armor of a dragon design. It consists of sheets of leather 3 to 3.5 mm thick and allows great mobility and comfort, adapting with straps on the sides. It includes removable pads. It is done...
€90.00
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Corset made of thick skin of 3.5 mm and adjustable by lateral cords. It is made in sizes; Waist S 75-90 M 90-110 waist waist L- 110 to 120. Available in Black, dark brown and light brown. For other colors and sizes...
€147.90
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Roman Gladiator vest including flats and strips with self-adjusting belt buckles triple. Made of premium leather. It is standard size.
€289.26
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Armor made of split leather and overlapping 3.5mm leather plates on the front and back. A piece that combines the protection of an armor but with the comfort of a leather garment. Possibility of attaching shoulder...
€219.01
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Ealizada warlord leather armor 3.5 mm. It can be manufactured in various colors; light brown, dark brown, red, green and black. All our products carry by hand and the real leather of the best quality.
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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.

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