Mediaeval half suit armor

The shoulder straps should be pulled through rectangular openings in the bevor from below, so that the pauldrons can be attached farther up, so that no gaps remain, as seen in our photos, where the pauldrons are attached incorrectly.

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Medieva half suit armor

This medieval half suit armor will be made to measure to your exact size. To submit us your measurements, please use the following measurement chart. Standard version of the sallet includes inner textile liner or padding.

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