Lorica Musculata, Roman anatomically formed armor

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Lorica Musculata, Roman anatomically formed armor

This armor is hand-beaten of brass plate exactly to your measure

Lorica Musculata consists of the following parts:

  • breast plate
  • back plate
  • pair of cannons (forearm guards)
  • pair of greaves (shin plates)

This Lorica Musculata, Roman anatomically formed armor will be made to measure to your exact size. To submit us your measurements, please use the following measurement chart.

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