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Chainmail

A chainmail is a shirt or a tunic that, like an iron, bronze, steel or aluminum armor, was used to defend against attacks by sidearms. Its resistance was determined by various factors such as: the type of welding of the rings, the material, the density of the rings and their diameter.


BTW Hauberk, butted spring steel, natural finish - Battle-Ready - A hauberk is a long-sleeved, knee-length chain mail shirt. In Europe this mail armour was already used by Romans and Celts but continued up through the 14th century, when plate armour began to replace it. The shirt usually got ..
188.00€
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chainmail with gorget and triangular mask - Suitable for combat performances - This product completely covers the shoulder and features an authentic square face cutout. In addition, the hood has a hinged triangular mouthguard to which a leather strap is sewn on the side. The mouthguard is ligh..
168.00€
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Hauberk, butted, ID8mm, blackened This mesh of this chain mail consists of round, unriveted rings. The surface of the rings is blackened and offers a quite good protection against corrosion. We call this particular mesh BMSB (Butted Mild Steel Blackened). This high-quality and handmade chain m..
146.00€
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Hauberk, butted, ID 8mm, zinc-plated This mesh of this chain mail consists of round, unriveted rings. The surface of the rings is blackened and offers a quite good protection against corrosion. We call this particular mesh BMSZ (nach engl. Butted Mild Steel Zinc-plated).This high-quality and handma..
146.00€
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Haubergeon, surplice in an iron mesh, like breastplates. Known since antiquity but perfected only in the Middle Ages It reappeared in Europe in the twelfth century as the main defensive armament of the Knight Comprising a mixture of iron rings that form a kind of metallic fabric. This type o..
200.00€
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Hauberk, mail armor, known since ancient times but completed only in the Middle Ages; It reappeared in Europe in the twelfth century as the main defensive armament of the Knight Composed of a mix of burnished iron rings that form a kind of metallic fabric. This type of protection is easy to ..
238.00€
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Guards in chain mail for the legs worn by warriors on horseback between the eleventh and fourteenth centuries. From the thirteenth century and to a greater extent during the fourteenth, the socks were in chain mail with additional piece of metal worn over as leg, knee pads and shin guards. Entir..
148.00€
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Mesh with iron spikes, XIII-XV sec. Length: 110 cm..
299.00€
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Consists of a mesh of interlinked iron rings. It was used to complete protection of the head, freeing up the large part of the face and down on his back, in this case ending in a star-studded board. Initially, one with the coat, he separated from the thirteenth century and in this version remained i..
80.00€
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Chainmail coif burnished, knitted cap, complete protection of the head, freeing up a large part of the face and falls on the shoulders. Medieval Combat  Armor. He was first one with the coat, then he broke away in the thirteenth century. In this separate version remained in use until 3..
65.00€
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Medieval combat camail- 8mm rings Medieval combat camail- 8mm rings
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Entirely made of 8mm flat rings, this camail can be worn alone, on a head wedge intended to absorb impacts, or under a metal helmet.Knitted cap, full protection of the head, which frees a large part of the face and falls over his shoulders.It was less a first with the hauberk, then they parted ways ..
36.00€ 48.00€
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A pair of leather gloves in dark brown on the outside covered in mesh iron rings in hand protection. Wearable and functional. Steel rings and wearable. Weight approximately 600g single glove...
84.00€
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