Medieval Chain Mail Armor

Chainmail, or mail armor, is made from tightly woven metal wire or threads to prevent penetration from a pointed arrow or blade. While chain mail armor was used throughout the Middle Ages, it is still in use today by butchers, wood workers and even SCUBA diver to prevent against sharks.



RedSkyTrader Mens Templar 3/4 Sleeve Chainmail Shirt One Size Fits Most Metallic

This templar chainmail shirt is made of 18 gauge steel. The shirt is about 24" wide, and has 3/4 length sleeves. It has a templar cross on the front, and a fringe bottom.

This templar chainmail shirt is full-sized and wearable for costume purposes.

Product Features

Full-sized and Wearable Made with 1/2" Butted 18 Gauge Steel Rings Fits up to a 46" Wide Chest and Is 34" Long Male Makes a Great Display or Costume Piece

Medieval Chain Mail Shirt and Coif Armor Set (Full Size) Fit upto 3XL Long Shirt

The wearing of chain mail has been an effective means of protection in combat and war of countries. Its use dates back to the Creeks and early Roman empire where warriors and legionnaires donned metal plate. The medieval era knights and most remembered for their elaborate chain mail in different designs. the period of chain mail armor runs from about the early 1300's to about the mid to late 1500's. You are bidding a high quality Chain Mail shirt and coif set. Zinc plated steel construction. Weights 32 pounds. Will fit up to 48" chest. 17" from underarm to wrist, 34" from top of shoulder to thigh. 18 gauge and 1/4" ring size.

Product Features

Silver Medieval Chain Mail Armor Set (Shirt & Hat Hood) Shirt Size: 17'' x 34'' / Hat Size: 13 " x 18 " Stretchable: Fits M-XXXL (Fit upto 48") Material: Zinc Plated Steel / 1/4" Rings Weight: 32 lb (approx)

Armor Venue Lorica Hamata - Roman Chainmail - Deepeeka - One Size - Silver Armour,

The Lorica Hamata is a type of Chainmail armor used during the Roman Republic at late periods as a standard-issue armor for the secondary troops (Auxilia). They were mostly manufactured out of bronze or iron. Chainmail was worn by Roman troops before the introduction of the superior Lorica Segmentata, or segmented plates of armor. Our replica is superb, made of 18 gauge 9mm steel rings. Premium leather trim lines the neck and the shoulder flaps. This set is fully wearable and can be put on display.

Product Features

Made by Deepeeka Great for LARP (live action role playing), kids, cosplay, Halloween, fancy dress, theatrical props, and historical reenactments. All Armor products are made from the finest materials with an attention to providing intricate details in each piece Armor is Fully Wearable and Comfortably made Provides exactly what you need to complete that perfect look.

Haubergeon Chain Mail Replica Armor Long Shirt

Feast your eyes on this Museum Replicated Chain Mail Armor Long Shirt. This is known as the Foe Of Sword which came from the name Mail which is Latin for Mecula meaning Net. This Chain Mail Armor Long Shirt can be seen in different times and different era in history. This particular Armor consists of small metal rings linked together to for a protective barrier between you and your enemy. Also, this Chain Mail Armor is known as the haubergeon which means that it fits mid-thigh length. This chain mail armor is awesome, its a must get for medieval lovers. It is perfect for Renaissance festivals or even display or cosplay and costumes.

Product Features

Construction: Stainless Steel Loops Neck to Low: 35 Inches Buss: 26 Inches Arm Width: 8.5 Inches Arm Length: 11 Inches

RedSkyTrader Mens Chainmail Leather Gauntlet Gloves One Size Fits Most Black

This set of gauntlet gloves is made of leather, covered with dark chainmail. The gloves are about 13" long and 5.5" wide. The gloves are full-sized and wearable for costume purposes.

Product Features

Made of Leather and Steel Features 1/2" Butted 18 Gauge Steel Rings Full Sized Costume Item - Will Fit Most Adults Handcrafted - Slight Differences in Finish and Size May Occur





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