Hourglass Gauntlets 1350-1415

Hourglass Gauntlets of the middle XIV. century tended to have short cuffs and no joints to allow a free movement of the wrist of a hourglass shape, as in the case of this model.

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Hourglass Gauntlets 1350-1415

A weapon master of the fifteenth century said that the hands are capable of an elusive way of defense. Yuu can defend yourself in a duel but in the turmoil on the battle field where blows can come from any direction, your hands could be wounded badly. That is why the Hourglass Gauntlets are considered for a indispensable outfit both recreational fencing and public battles.

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  • These gauntlets are made from rusting steel plate plate with gauge of approx. 1,6 mm
  • Leather gauntlets are in black
  • L size: up to a 9 glove size (up to 23,5cm - 26cm)
  • XL size: 10 to 11 glove size (26-28,5cm up to 31cm)

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Number of product reviews: 5 Rewieved so far: 2 customers.

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10.2.2015 14:45

Lars Ole Carstens

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Bin sehr zufrieden mit den Handschuhen und auch von der Lieferzeit angenehm überrascht. Die XL Variante die ich bestellt hatte passt auch einer Größe 11 sehr gut.

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11.1.2017 10:20

Jörg Maetzing

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11.1.2017 10:31

Jörg Maetzing

Die Handschuhe für meine Größe sitzen perfekt und geben durch das Uhrglas maximale Bewegungsfreiheit im Handgelenk. Problemloses Greifen, sowohl Stangenwaffe als auch Buckler, Schwert und Dolch. Sogar Bogenschießen mit "Full Pull" (Deutschuß mit Vollem Auszug über die Brust) ist ohne Sehnenschaden möglich! Sehr guter Schlagschutz! Ich habe den Handgelenktunnel durch Pressen im Schraubstock noch angepasst / verengt - war problemlos möglich, erhöht meinen persönlichen Tragekomfort sehr.

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