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Gabriel Armoury

Chainmail
Chainmail

   

Even on the age of plate armors and brigandines, chainmail was still omnipresent on the battlefields. Flexible, durable and relatively easy to maintain, it was a convenient way to properly protect the weak spots of the armor. Furthermore, it was still an acceptable protection for those who could not afford a harness, or wished to keep maximum freedom of movement.

 

Notes: The use of these additional protections is highly recommended if you wish to practice jousting, competitive “Pas d’Armes” or battle reenactement.

Chainmail There are 15 products.

  • 199,00 €
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    Far less heavy than a full haubergeon and more protective than simple mail voiders, the half haubergeon was often worn by men-at-arms wishing to maximize their protection, especially in Italy.   It was also quite convenient for the common soldier wearing brigandine and wishing to protect their arms without burdening themselves with the weight of a...

    199,00 €
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  • 175,00 €
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    In order to reinforce one of the main weakspot of the armour, most men-at-arms used to wear a mail skirt under their fauld and tassets. In Italy, knights and condotieres even used to wear a full haubergeon AND a skirt of mail which create a very characteristic double layer of chainmail at this sensitive weak point.   Notes: The use of these...

    175,00 €
  • 45,00 €

    From wealthy men-at-arms to humble archers, most XV century warrior appreciated the good protection offered by a light and comfortable mail gorget. In fact, in the Burgundian army, this piece of equipment was compulsory for men-at-arms and coutiliers (lightly armoured cavalry similar to English “demi-lance”) but also for mounted archers,...

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  • 68,00 €

    From wealthy men-at-arms to humble archers, most XV century warrior appreciated the good protection offered by a light and comfortable mail gorget. In fact, in the Burgundian army, this piece of equipment was compulsory for men-at-arms and coutiliers (lightly armoured cavalry similar to English “demi-lance”) but also for mounted archers,...

    68,00 €
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  • 120,00 €

    An ultra-light protection, ideal for elite competition fighters but also for jousters who don’t wish to overburden their mounts, damsels wearing armour and all men-at-arms suffering from back or paints pain !

    120,00 €
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  • 141,00 €

    Most men-at-arms used to sew mail voiders to their arming doublet to reinforce the weak spot of the armour. This solution was offering good protection while being far lighter than wearing a full haubergeon under the armour.   Notes: The use of these additional protections is highly recommended if you wish to practice jousting, competitive...

    141,00 €
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  • 420,00 €
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    "Strong as the scales of a dragon, and lighter than a feather ! " Tolkien dreamed it, we did it !  With a weight of only 1.5kg these ultra-light voiders will be ideal for elite competition fighters but also for jousters who don’t wish to overburden their mounts, damsels wearing armour and all men-at-arms suffering from back or joints pain !

    420,00 €
  • 370,00 €
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    To increase their mobility, most men-at-arms wearing full harness replaced the haubergeon by a lighter set of mail protection including a mail shirt, a pair of mail voiders and a mail gorget. Worn under the harness these protections reinforced the weak spot of the armour.   Notes: The use of these additional protections is highly recommended if you...

    370,00 €
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  • 660,00 €

    To protect the weak spots of the armour, nothing is better than a good haubergeon worn underneath. Of course this solution is heavier than a skirt + voiders but it also offers better protection. Quatrocento Italian knights and condotieres were often so cautious that they wore an haubergeon AND a skirt of mail under their harnesses !   The...

    660,00 €
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  • 362,00 €

    To protect the weak spots of the armour, nothing is better than a good haubergeon worn underneath. Of course this solution is heavier than a skirt + voiders but it also offers better protection. Quatrocento Italian knights and condotieres were often so cautious that they wore an haubergeon AND a skirt of mail under their harnesses !   The...

    362,00 €
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  • 1 450,00 €

    Haubergeons “light as a feather, and hard as dragon's scales."   Tolkien dreamed it, the twenty-first century did it!   With a weight of only 4,5kg these ultra-light haubergeons will be ideal for elite competition fighters but also for jousters who don’t wish to overburden their mounts, damsels wearing armour and all men-at-arms...

    1 450,00 €
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  • 200,00 €
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    To protect the weak spots of the armour, nothing is better than a good haubergeon worn underneath. Of course this solution is heavier than a skirt + voiders but it also offers better protection. Quatrocento Italian knights and condotieres were often so cautious that they wore an haubergeon AND a skirt of mail under their harnesses !   The...

    200,00 €
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  • 256,00 €

    This kit includes a haubergeon and a mail gorget reinforced with leather lining. It is the perfect start to begin an archer’s equipement or a billman, crossbowman or handgunner.   Our haubergeon and mail gorget are made of properly riveted mail like all real medieval originals. The haubergeon is made of light 9mm18G rings alternate with flat...

    256,00 €
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  • 95,00 €

    Worn under a kettle hat or a sallet, a sturdy riveted coif of mail offers additional protection to the face. It is less restrictive than a plate gorget which makes it ideal for crossbowmen, billmen, and men-at-arms who want to keep maximum mobility.   Our camails are made of properly riveted mail like all real medieval originals. The light 9mm 18G...

    95,00 €
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  • 440,00 €
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    "Strong as the scales of a dragon, and lighter than a feather ! " Tolkien dreamed it, we did it !  In order to reinforce one of the main weakspot of the armour, most men-at-arms used to wear a mail skirt under their fauld and tassets. In Italy, knights and condotieres even used to wear a full haubergeon AND a skirt of mail which create a very...

    440,00 €
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