Medieval Armour Functional for protecting the body of warriors and fighters. Our Medieval Armor are made exclusively by hand. Realistic armor and equal to the original historic, we produce any armor (historical and fantasy armor), please send the drawings of the armor to make, estimates of work. Medieval Armour, replica of medieval knight armor. Our crafted replicas of medieval knight armor is sure to please any collector. Faithful historical reproductions of museum, local historical, armor for combat. The craftsmanship allows you to control the thickness of the steel, distributing thickness, then the steel is thicker in the parts subject to combat, and thinner on the back for not having the armor too heavy. The dimensions are customized. Wide range of wearable medieval armor, faithful reproductions of historical armor. Middle Ages armour, armor for museums, historical buildings, armor, combat reproduced to withstand shocks, exposure to light armor, fantasy armor and tailored models supplied by customers. Series of medieval knight armor, have the most magnificent in Europe during the centuries XIII, XV, XVI, XVII, reproduced many of the original are preserved in the most famous museums. Medieval armor (armor from the Latin, derived from the verb to arm, "arm") is the protective equipment used to defend the body of a man during a confrontation, whether of war or civil context (for example in case of riot ). It consists of a set of defensive weapons to passive defense in charge of various parts of the body: the helmet to the skull, the armor for the chest and appropriate protections for the arts (shin guard, cuff, armored gloves, etc..). Besides these components, usually called "patches", then it sums up the shield, active defense weapon. The history of the Medieval armor began concurrently to the history of the practice of war and saw mankind make use of many different elements to achieve the protective netting: simple layers of fur, leather and bone, then, increasingly robust metal (bronze, iron and steel) , eventually coming to synthetic fibers such as Kevlar. The types of armor developed by mankind, mainly only in the Eurasian continent until the seventeenth century, were the most varied type: the panoply of Greek hoplites, the chain mail of the Celts, the "lorica" segmented Imperial Roman legionary, etc.. Today, the equivalent of ancient armor is made from modern body armor and helmets. The armor was often used to protect war animals, such as the war horse and the war elephant. All the pieces of weapons used to protect the horse was called "Barda". Special reinforcements were then developed for those hounds used in hunting practices considered risky as it is, for example, hunting wild boar.