Highland Medieval Brigandine Suede Leather

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...

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Highland Medieval Brigandine Suede Leather

Please note: This is just an ornamental item, not intended for real use!

  • For a waist girth of max. approx. 145cm
  • Length from the shoulder seam approx. 77cm
  • Width of the front approx. 49.5cm
  • The neckline measures approx. 29 x 19cm
  • Closing with two straps having a width approx. 28mm
  • Weight approx. 1989 g
  • Material thickness about 7mm
  • Size of one field is approx. 103 x 62mm
  • On the shoulders of two leather straps (round leather cord) for attaching the baldric
  • The round leather cord measures approx. 1.8mm in diameter

Key Features:

  • Made from Top Quality Suede
  • Great for Renaissance Fairs and Re-enactments
  • Wear Over Chainmail for maximum Protection

Premium Quality, made by Windlass Steelcrafts®

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