Specs and Size of this Medieval Leg Armour
- Height: 65 cm (Approx)
- Weight: 4.5 Kg (Approx)
- Material: Mild steel
- Standard Sheet Thickness – 18 Gauge (Available to Customize)
Medieval Leg Armour were a type of armor that protected the lower legs, specifically the shins, from blows and cuts in combat. They were typically made from materials such as leather, metal, or sometimes even boiled leather, and were often reinforced with additional plates for added protection.
Greaves were an important part of a knight’s armor, and were commonly worn as part of a full suit of armor. They were usually worn over mail or padded leggings, and were strapped on using leather or metal buckles. Some greaves also had a hinge or pivot point at the ankle to allow for easier movement while walking or riding a horse.
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