This Highland Medieval Brigandine Suede Leather garment has Leather plates riveted between the outer shell and the lining. This kind of construction made it easy enough for a soldier to make and repair his own armor without needing the high skill of an armorer. Weighing only 15 lbs. it is very flexible and does not restrict movement. Approx. 35 inches long. Commonly worn over a gambeson and mail shirt, it was not long before this form of protection was in wide use with fighters from knight to archer. This version has two buckles as shown for great versatility in fit.More information
Inform me as soon as in stock.
If you put down your email here, we will notify you as soon as the product Highland Medieval Brigandine Suede Leather is in stock again.