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 wish to practice jousting, competitive “Pas d’Armes” or battle reenactement.
Our mail sets are made of properly riveted mail like all real medieval originals. The light 9mm 18G rings of these coifs make them ideal for tournament and “Pas d’Armes” competition.
Weight : ~5,5kg
Finish: blackened, in accordance with several sources of this era.
Assembled according to the classic Gjermundbu pattern with alternate rows of riveted and solid rings
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