- Material: Mild Steel
- Wire Thickness – 17 gauge
- Ring Size – 9 mm (internal diameter)
- Ring Type – Round Ring
- Finishing – Zinc Plated
- Linkage Type – Butted
- Size – 3 Size Available
How to select chest size for this 9mm Butted Chainmail Hauberk Zinc Plated :-
- If your chest is in between 40″-45″, Select Medium size
- If your chest is in between 46″-50”’, Select Large size
- If your chest is in between 51″-55″, Select XL size
Note :- Measure your chest size after wearing padded Gambeson.
About Chainmail :-
Templar chainmail, also known as hauberk chainmail, is a type of medieval armor that was commonly worn by knights during the Crusades and associated with the Knights Templar. It consists of interlocking metal rings that form a mesh-like pattern, providing protection to the wearer.
The Templar chainmail hauberk typically covers the torso, reaching from the shoulders down to the thighs or knees. It is constructed using a variety of techniques, including butted, riveted, or welded rings. The specific construction method can vary depending on the quality and intended use of the armor.
In Butted chainmail, Butted refers to the rings being connected by simply pushing the ends together. While this construction method is lighter and more affordable, it is considered less sturdy and more prone to coming apart under stress.
Medieval chainmail refers to the general style and construction of chainmail armor during the medieval period. It encompasses various types of chainmail, including butted and riveted, and was used by knights, soldiers, and warriors across Europe.
In medieval times, chainmail served as a crucial form of protection against cutting and stabbing attacks on the battlefield. It was typically worn over a padded garment, such as a gambeson, to provide additional cushioning and absorb the impact of blows.
While chainmail alone was effective against slashing weapons, it had limitations against thrusting attacks and blunt force trauma. Therefore, it was often combined with other types of armor, such as helmets, shields, and plate armor, to provide comprehensive protection.
Today, chainmail armor is still appreciated for its historical significance and is often used in reenactments, historical displays, and fantasy-themed events. Modern reproductions of medieval chainmail are available in various sizes and materials, allowing enthusiasts to experience a glimpse of the past.