A swordsman may want a small shield to deflect a blade or to directly attack an opponent. Use the Large Natural Finish Steel Buckler for that purpose. Carry this small shield onto the battlefield at a cosplay event or reenactment.
The buckler was favored by medieval swordsmen, especially fencers. Follow this long tradition by carrying the Medium Natural Finish Steel Buckler. This small shield is a wonderful accessory for historical reenactments or conventions.
One of the smallest shields that was available in the medieval era was the buckler. This Small Natural Finish Steel Buckler lives up to its legacy. This small shield is an essential defensive tool for warriors, fencers, and duelists.
Knights wore armour to protect as much of their body as they could. They would have approved of wearing the Medieval Steel Knee Armour into battle. Wear these knee guards to historical reenactments, LARP events, or conventions.
A mounted knight had to be wary of enemy attack to their feet. Play the part of a medieval cavalryman protecting themselves with the Steel Sabatons. This pair of foot armour is ideal for Renaissance faires and historical reenactments.
One of the most common and varied helmets of the medieval era was the kettle helmet. The Eisenhut Kettle Helmet recreates this historical headwear. This steel helmet is a great accessory for reenactments or fantasy conventions.
No matter what kind of adventurer you are, nothing beats the easy style and practicality of the Simple Leather Wrist Cuff in brown. This leather wrist guard is perfect for adding extra defense to medieval and fantasy ensembles.
Toughen up your medieval or fantasy look with the Simple Leather Wrist Bracer in Black. This leather arm guard has an unadorned, adjustable style that is easy to wear with nearly any outfit, adding both extra defense and style.
Leather lacing can come in handy for the LARPer, reenactor, or DIYer. The Black Leather Lace comes in 25 to 30 inches and is perfect for your project. It is a must have when you need to repair, update, or create a great costume.
When on Crusade or fighting a great battle against fearsome dragons, wearing the right armour is important. Wear the High Tensile Hauberk for your next fight. It impresses at cosplay events or light-contact historical reenactments.
In the heat of battle, the right armour can make a big difference. The Round Riveted Chainmail Shirt protects the smart warrior from attack. Wear this armour as part of a knight, Viking, or fantasy outfit to a LARP or cosplay event.
Sometimes the length of a hauberk or haubergeon is not desired. The High Tensile Butted Chainmail Shirt ends below the waist for many costume options. Wear this mail armour as a part of an ensemble for a cosplay event or reenactment.
The Simple Leather Wrist Cuff in black provides easy wrist protection for any outfit. This leather bracers covers just the wrist, making it ideal for incorporating into a warrior outfit or for adding a small accent to your look.
The Simple Leather Wrist Bracer is a straightforward way to protect your wrist or add a rugged touch of warrior style to historical or fantasy looks. This brown leather bracer is easy to wear and adjusts with lacing at the back.
Some armour designs were nearly universal across Europe during the Middle Ages. The Norse Steel Spangenhelm recreates one of the most common helmets. This nasal guard helmet is wonderful for historical reenactments or cosplay events.
Both knights and Roman soldiers are vulnerable at their necks. Learn to protect yourself and wear the Polished Julius Gorget in battle or at practice. It is ideal for LARP events, historical reenactments, or Renaissance faires.
Elbows can be a spot vulnerable to attack. Protect your elbows with the Polished Julius Elbow Guards. These steel guards are a great addition to your armour. Wear them at a LARP event, historical reenactment, or just for practice.
Every good Roman soldier or knight remembers to protect their shins. Wear the Polished Julius Greaves and enhance your armour or costume. They are ideal for historical reenactments, LARP or SCA events, and fantasy conventions.
Whether you wish to be a knight of the round table or a cavalier, protecting your neck from the enemy is important. Wear the Dagonet Steel Gorget into battle. This militaristic accessory is great for reenactments and fantasy events.
One of the most notable parts of armour are the rivets holding it together. Use the Steel Mushroom Rivets to replace your broken or missing rivets. They are great for DIY projects for Renaissance faires, reenactments, and conventions.
Do you need to fix your armour? Use the Steel Flat Head Rivets to replace or repair any broken or missing rivets in your favorite piece of armour. They are ideal for DIY projects for historical reenactments and fantasy conventions.
Rivets abound in historical and LARP armour. Replace, repair, or make your own armour pieces with the Brass Mushroom Rivets. They are also great for DIY armour projects for Renaissance faires, reenactments, and fantasy conventions.
Do not fear if your chainmail armour or DIY project is missing a few steel rings, you can buy a packet of the High Tensile Butted Chainmail rings. They are ideal for repairing a hauberk or starting a unique chainmail accessory.
Give your hands the defense they need in battle by wearing the Knightly Medieval Gauntlets. These articulated armour gauntlets are made of 16 gauge steel, with its plates layered on top of the fingers of a brown leather glove base.
Protecting your head in battle is essential for any medieval warrior. The Round Ring Round Riveted Chainmail Coif is perfect for upping the defense of this area, covering the head and neck with round rings of 18 gauge steel.
March into battle in armour befitting a Roman legionnaire when you wear the Round Ring Round Riveted Lorica Hamata. This Roman chainmail shirt has a long length, short sleeves, and an attached chainmail mantle with leather trim.
Become a true warrior knight when you wear the Round Ring Round Riveted Chainmail Hauberk. This long chainmail shirt has long sleeves for comprehensive coverage and splits up the front and back bottom hem for mobility in battle.
When suiting up for battle, chainmail armour offers impressive defense. The Round Ring Round Riveted Chainmail Haubergeon is a half-sleeve chainmail tunic made of 18 gauge steel. The rings are woven in a traditional 4-in-1 pattern.
The Flat Ring Wedge Rivet Chainmail Mantle is ideal for adding protection to your upper chest and shoulder area. Made of 18 gauge steel, each flat ring is wedge riveted together for strength and woven in a traditional 4-in-1 pattern.
When you want the look of chainmail but do not necessarily need its protection, the Aluminum Chainmail Mantle makes a great addition to any warrior outfit. This medieval mantle is riveted together and woven in a 4-in-1 pattern.
The Aluminum Chainmail Voiders are essential when creating a thoroughly armoured costume look. No knight would go without protecting the vital area where the inner upper arm and chest meet, and this pair of voiders covers that zone.
Aventails are for protecting the sides of the face and part of the neck. The Chainmail Aventail with Dagged Edges is a great option for this, made of 18 gauge steel rings riveted together in a traditional 4-in-1 style.
Armour up your ensemble with the Flat Ring Wedge Rivet Chainmail Coif. Be sure to give your head and neck a layer of protection with this 18 gauge steel chainmail hood. The flat rings of this medieval coif are wedge riveted together.
Perfect your knightly appearance when you add the Aluminum Chainmail Coif to your outfit. Great for costume use, this medieval coif is made of aluminum, which is light does not rust, making it an ideal way to get the look of armour.
Become a Roman warrior when you wear the Flat Ring Wedge Riveted Lorica Hamata. This short sleeve Roman chainmail shirt has an attached chainmail mantle, and it is made of 18 gauge, flat steel rings that are wedge riveted together.
The Flat Ring Round Riveted Lorica Hamata is perfect for armouring up like an ancient Roman warrior. This chainmail shirt features short sleeves and an attached, leather-trimmed chainmail mantle with brass accents at the front.
The Flat Ring Round Riveted Chainmail Hauberk is a great choice for historical and fantasy warriors. Made of 18 gauge steel, it is ideal armour for light reenactment, LARP, and costume use, whether dressing as a knight or Viking.
Whether a Viking or Crusader, a medieval soldier should not be without chainmail. The Blackened Butted Chainmail Hauberk adds an authentic appearance. Wear this knightly armoured shirt to a historical reenactment or LARP event.
The medieval soldier knows to protect as much of their body as they can. Wear the Blackened Butted Chainmail Haubergeon as a part of your costume. It is an ideal armour piece for outfits at LARP events or historical reenactments.
Grasp your medieval weapon and protect your hands with the Riveted Chainmail Gloves. No warrior should be without these steel gauntlets in combat. These gloves are an ideal addition for any historical reenactment or cosplay event.
Improve the defensive strength of your shield with the Polished Forged Viking Boss. This steel boss helps to deflect enemy blows in battle. It is a great piece for DIY projects and looks wonderful on a variety of historical shields.
For those wanting to make your own shield, a boss is a great addition. Use the Forged Viking Boss with the natural finish to create historical look. Deflect enemy blows with this boss on any medieval, Viking, or fantasy shield.
Up the defensiveness of your favorite shield with the Polished Steel Shield Boss. This 16 gauge steel boss has a round, raised center and a hammered texture throughout. Its polished finish makes this medieval shield piece shine.
Keep your guard up in battle and protect yourself with the Spiral Fluted Buckler. This round shield is made of 16 gauge steel with a riveted steel handle. Ridges on its surface spiral around between the central boss and outer edge.
Known historically for its thorough protection, the shape of the 14th Century Great Helmet saw popular use among crusading knights. This medieval helmet has a flat, circular top, narrow eye slits, and a wide, vented lower front.
Create your own plume or crest for your historical helmet with this bundle of Black Horse Hair. This section of natural horse hair comes to you tightly bound together and ready to use for DIY costuming and crafting purposes.
Be sure to protect your hands the next time you find yourself in battle. The Butted Chainmail Gauntlets are made of steel over black suede leather. Chainmail covers just the top, leaving the underside unhindered for greater dexterity.
Shield your shoulders from enemy blows in battle with the Knights Steel Pauldrons. Plate armour worthy of a medieval warrior, these shoulder guards have a rounded, layered style and are made of 16 gauge steel with a polished finish.
The Gothic Knight Helmet truly befits a medieval warrior. A fleur cross is riveted across the front, from crown to chin and under the eye slits. This closed steel helmet provides excellent protection as well as superb medieval style.
The Wooden Stand for Lorica Segmentata is perfect for displaying your Roman armour, and it can be used for other armour types as well. This versatile armour stand is made of mango wood and has a rich, darkened finish throughout.
The Polished German Sallet Helmet takes inspiration from a late medieval helmet style known for the extended plates at the back designed to protect the neck. This medieval sallet has a polished gleam to its mild steel construction.
Made of mild steel in your choice of 16 or 18 gauge, the Polished Visored Barbuta Helmet provides a knightly look as well as excellent face protection. This medieval helmet has an articulated visor with a cross cut-out over the cheek.