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 wear, flexible enough to not hinder the movement and provides good protection against a sword, while decreasing its effectiveness against weapons and against the tips of blow darts, fired from crossbows.
Made with steel rings intertwined.
Wearable. weight 8 kg.