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 full haubergeon.
Our haubergeons are made of properly riveted mail like all real medieval originals. Their strong 9mm 17G rings make them ideal for heavy fighting and competitive "Pas d’Armes".
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.
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The word “chainmail” is a modern neologism. Our medieval ancestors simply use the word “mail” or “maille” ;)