Protective medieval with elbow patches, S. XIV
Protective medieval with elbow patches with a design inspired by the models used during the XIV century. The protection of the arm consists of codal (also known as elbow cop), a bracelet tubular two-piece (with hinges) to the top of the arm, all connected to each other by two plates slide or slats that allow a freedom of movement proper. On the back, each arm is equipped with three leather straps with adjustable buckles of brass for a personalized and comfortable fit. An additional leather strap with buckle is riveted to the upper edge of the reinforcement for a proper fit on to a piece of shoulder (shoulder strap), or a gambesón.