Late XIV, early XV century leg armour

Let them hit you, they will only achieve getting tired

Late XIV, early XV century leg armour. It’s loose reproduction of typical armor for that period. Legs are perfect for serious fighters, Light enough for duels but made especially for bohurts. The Legs are high and cover a lot of legs, also side plate is going much to the back of thigh, the knee cop covers sides of knee as well. This armour provides a good movability and lamellar work without any tension. The edges are rolled in top of leg as well as on bottom of side plate. It has hand made hinges that are also temper. Harness is made from 50HF tempered steel. Knee Cop 1,5mm, rest 1mm thickness. Matt surface as standard but can be polish.

  • 1mm steel / Knee Cop is out of 1,5 mm steel
  • historical design
  • 50HF tempered steel
  • rolled edges
  • 3mm strong leather
  • price on request

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