Avant armour legs

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  • Product No: 8949

Avant armour legs, Milan, Italy, about 1445

This leg armour is made after the museum original known as "Avant" armour, now part of a collection at the Glasgow Museum.

Specifications:

  • fluted edges
  • closed thigh and calves
  • completely hand-hammered from carbon-steel plate (not stainless)
  • made in the Czech Republic
  • fully functional, suitable for re-enactment and show combat
  • finish and gauge of plate according to your choice (see above)

This armour part "Avant armour legs" will be made to measure to your exact size. To submit us your measurements, please use the following measurement chart.

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