"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 characteristic double layer of chainmail at this sensitive weak point.
With a weight of only 1.5kg these ultra-light protection 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 !
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The word “chainmail” is a modern neologism. Our medieval ancestors simply use the word “mail” or “maille” ;)