Leather brigandines are a revised version of the earlier coat of plates. Brigandines featured small leather or steel plates sandwiched in between two pieces of suede. Leather brigandines first surfaced in the 14th Century and became very popular in the 15th Century. Brigandines made of leather were used by everyone, from archers and knights to bandits and outlaws. Our leather brigandines allows re-enactors flexibility while providing protection to the upper body. Our leather brigandines are made of quality leather and come in a variety of sizes and colors.
No matter your choice of weaponry in a battle, a brigandine is ideal for maintaining or repairing your armor at a moments notice. Now you can embrace the clever design on this arming wear by donning the Highland Suede Brigandine!
Both on and off the LARP battlefield, the extra defense and authenticity the Joshua Brigandine lends to your roleplay character is quite impressive. This body armor is modeled after the plated coats worn throughout the Middle Ages.
This Leather Brigandine is an impressive piece of work. It has a base of vegetable-tanned leather covered with medium weight leather plates. This brigandine is ideal for LARP. It is actually form-fitting and comfortable to wear.
An early form of what later knights would turn into metal coats of plated armor, this long coat guards your torso and legs. The Leather Plated Armor Coat can be worn with or without a chainmail shirt for additional protection.
For young warriors who prefer sturdy protection lighter than plate armour, the Lucas Brigandine is the perfect thing to wear. This leather torso armour is made of canvas and polyester with riveted leather plates covering the piece.
Regardless of setting or role, your LARP character will benefit from the defense and mobility offered by the Osric Leather Brigandine. This armour is modeled after the plated coats worn by various warriors throughout the Middle Ages.
Not all warriors on the medieval field of battle were knights clad in plate. In fact, not all warriors even preferred plate armor. Some, like the foot soldiers, used something closely related to this Riveted Leather Brigandine Armor.
The Robert Brigandine is a great option for those who prefer to wear lighter armour for historical reenactment. This armour vest is made up of thick suede straps woven together, and metal rivets secure these straps at every crossing.
The San Mauricio Suede Leather Brigandine is inspired by a sculpture of St. Maurice in the Magdeburg Cathedral. Our recreation of his leather armour combines mobility and protection with its overlapping plates on the flexible body.
Inspired by the 14th century Battle of Wisby in Gotland, the Wisby Suede Leather Brigandine offers protection equivalent to a cuirass while allowing more flexibility because of superposition of bands along the leather body.
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