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Gabriel Armoury

Haubergeon. 9mm round rings, round rivets. Black.

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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 haubergeon was also much appreciated by ordinary soldiers. For many of them the haubergeon was their only protection. But it could also be worn under a brigandine or under a padded jack or under an half cuirass to efficiently increase ones protection. A billman wearing a good kettle hat, a haubergeon and a breastplate, for example, could reasonably hope to survive his first battle, even in first line.

 

Our haubergeons are made of properly riveted mail like all real medieval originals. Their light 9mm18G rings make them a comfortable and lightweight protection.

 

Weight M : 6 kg

Weight L : 7,25 kg

Weight XL : 8,75 kg

 

Maximum circumference at torso  S :  95 cm

Maximum circumference at torso  M :  110 cm

Maximum circumference at torso  L :  125 cm

Maximum circumference at torso  XL : 140 cm

Maximum circumference at torso  XXL : 155 cm

  

Do not forget to wear your doublet or gambeson while taking your measurements. And add some few more centimeters for comfort & putting on !

  

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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The word “chainmail” is a modern neologism. Our medieval ancestors simply use the word “mail” or “maille” ;)