AG161 14th cent armor arms


From the starting use of the steel protections to the use of complete arms there is almost one hundred years of difference. The second half of the 14th century sees the first fulla arm armor used, such as our replica (Churburg style).

Made of 1,6mm steel. This item has a satin finish so its surface will be slightly reflective as many original armour models. Steel thickness may vary due to the handcrafted methods used on its manufacturing. The steel is untreated and may have rust. To protect the steel you have to rub it with mineral or synthetic oil.

Total length of the arm protection is 40cm, extended. Width at arm level is 13cm, 9cm at wrist level. Weight of each arm is 2kg.