The breastplate is the key part of the armor consists of the medieval chest and back or back to foils. This part of armor ensured optimum protection of the torso of the warrior.
Milanese Cuirass, Historical reproduction of plate armour of the Middle Ages. Medieval Breastplate, complete, to protect the trunk of the body, in use around the middle of the fifteenth century,attached with groundwater in three layers,used in combat breastplate and worn by men on horseback or on foot, attached to the body with the leather straps through buckles on the back. This armor was produced in Italy by master gunsmiths Lombard. This armor is handcrafted in Italy, in polished or burnished and tailored to be specified when ordering. Made of steel with leather straps and buckles to be worn.
Thickness and Measures to be specified when ordering:
- Circumference at the level of the breast.
- Circumference at the waist.
- Weight of the person.
- Total height of the person.