We Humbly Suggest for
Your Next Campaign
This Beautiful Wearable
suit of armor
by skilled craftsman. It is the classic style typical of
the Mid-16th Century period. The armor comes just as you see it
with the stand, inner support frame and the sword. The fully
assembled unit on the stand as shown stands approximately 6'2"
Tall. The pieces disassemble and can in fact be worn. All fine
knights of course had a Squire to assist in the dressing and
undressing process and we recommend that here. The armor
is somewhat forgiving in size and will optimally fit a person
approximately 5'10 ft. tall and 185 pounds on average. The size
range is from a minimum of 5'7" / 150 lb. to 6'0" / 220 lb.
maximum. There are some adjustment straps to accommodate the
wearer's actual body type to make the proper fit adjustments.
The item is constructed of 18 ga. satin polished carbon steel
and has a medium shiny sheen to it. There are some small chain
mail sections in the inner elbow area to permit freedom of
movement. The visor has full vertical slots to permit
maximum air ventilation for the wearer. It is recommended that
long sleeve, tight fitting inner cotton clothing (Like Sweat
pants and shirt) be worn for comfort. It is not recommended that
you wear the armor outside in hot, sunny conditions.
Others Offer a "Light Weight Aluminum" Suit of Armor Trying to Pass it Off as "Heavy Armor". Those Are Light Weight and Dent Very Easily. We Sell The Heavy Carbon Steel, Real Deal For Less.
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