Armor suspender belt, living history, 13th-14th century

This Living History suspender belt is to be used as a belt that you can tie around your waist. After putting it on you can tie your leg armor or mail legs with multiple cords threaded through the eyelets along the lower edge. Four cords are usually enough to tie one pair of legs onto the belt that was designed to share the weight of the leg armor.

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Armor suspender belt, living history, 13th-14th century

This Arming belt (aor armor suspencder belt) can be used with both chausses and arming legs. It is an indispensable outfit complement for almost any fighter. Our Arming Belt is slightly padded for a better wear comfort.

The belt ends are to be laced together. A metal buckle would pinch under the breast plate.

Specifications of the LH suspender belt

  • made out of soft linen
  • lightly padded
  • length approx. 120 cm – if needed different length, please note it into your order
  • width approx. 5,2 cm
  • thickness approx. 4 mm
  • distance between holes approx. 27mm
  • hole radius approx. 3,3 mm
  • eyelets with overcast borders

One end of the linen belt has one eyelet, the other has five pairs of eyelets. You will have to make additional eyelts according to your individual size and deed.

Size - Length

  • M    85cm
  • L    95cm
  • XL    105cm
  • XXL    115cm
  • XXXL    125cm

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11.4.2015 14:54

Zarko Milosic


Great item top quality :)

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