Chainmail coifs and mittens are all well and good for added protection, but what a warrior really needs is a good suit of chainmail to keep him protected in battle. And at Medieval Armour, we offer a number of good chainmail hauberks and chainmail shirts, all designed to keep you perfectly protected and make you look like an authentic medieval warrior. We offer a number of great chainmail hauberks, made in a variety of different ways to provide a bevy of choices to the warrior in need of armor. Called maille in the ancient days, our chainmail armour is made in several different ways, ranging from the shape of the rings used in the mail to how the rings in the chainmail are closed. For instance, in our riveted chainmail, the rings are closed via rivets, which provide an added touch of protection, while increasing the mail armour's weight, where-as our butted chainmail simply butts the ends of the rings together. Another example is that our flattened chainmail features mail rings that have flat sides, while rounded chainmail features (you guessed it) mail rings that are completely round. We also offer a number of chainmail shirts, which are traditionally shorter than a hauberk and thus, weigh less. We even offer blackened steel chainmail to provide for that incredible and intimidating look that only dark armour can give! And for those warriors who want the authentic look without the need for actual battle protection, we have aluminum chainmail shirts, too, which are perfectly suited for stage productions and show! If you're looking for chainmail armour, whether you want a functional chainmail hauberk for battle or a lightweight chainmail shirt for show, then Medieval Armour is just the place where you want to be, so take a few moments to browse our Chainmail Hauberks, Chainmail Shirts, and Maille Hauberks until you find exactly what you need!
In the early era of the middle ages, the hauberk was the armor of choice when it came to any warrior heading into battle. This 48 Inch Full Sleeve Chainmail Hauberk is a recreation of this armor that protects as well as its ancestor did.
When it comes to protecting yourself in the years of the medieval era, nothing compares to a good suit of mail armor. This 48 Inch Half Sleeve Chainmail Haubergeon is definitely a good suit of mail, one that you can trust your safety to.
Notable for its shorter sleeves and length, the haubergeon, or Little Hauberk, was often worn under a plated hauberk in the 14th century. The 48 Inch Mercenary Grade Mail Haubergeon offers great coverage and protection.
Differing from the shorted haubergeon, a hauberk features full sleeves and knee-length protection. The 48 Inch Mercenary Grade Mail Hauberk protects its wearer while still allowing the range of motion needed for battle.
A chainmail shirt with shorter sleeves, or haubergeon, was often worn underneath a plate hauberk in the 14th century. The 48 Inch Soldier Grade Mail Haubergeon offers great protection for your torso and shoulders.
With full sleeves and knee-length protection, the hauberk is an ideal piece of defensive armor. The 48 Inch Soldier Grade Mail Hauberk offers protection on the battlefield without limiting the movements of its wearer.
One of the most iconic pieces of chainmail armor, chainmail shirts have spread from their original function to fashion and beyond. The 48 Inch Soldier Grade Mail Shirt combines form and function in its comfortable design.
Whether you are looking for fashion or function, the iconic look of a chainmail shirt makes a compelling option. The 55 Inch Soldier Grade Mail Shirt combines comfort and protection with its great design.
In the early era of the middle ages, the hauberk was the armor of choice when a warrior was heading into battle. This 60 Inch Full Sleeve Chainmail Hauberk is a great recreation of this armor that protects as well as its ancestor did.
When it comes to protecting yourself in the medieval era, nothing compares to a good suit of mail armor. And this 60 Inch Half Sleeve Chainmail Haubergeon is definitely a good suit of mail, one that you can trust your safety to.
Knee-length with full sleeves, a hauberk offers some of the most comprehensive coverage possible for chainmail armor. The 60 Inch Mercenary Grade Blackened Mail Hauberk combines ease of movement with effective protection on the battlefield.
Indicating a chainmail shirt with partial sleeves, a haubergeon, or Little Hauberk, was often worn under a plated hauberk in the 14th century. The 60 Inch Mercenary Grade Mail Haubergeon protects your midsection and arms.