For total hand protection, you need a pair of steel gauntlets from Medieval Armour. With these metal mitts, your hands will be almost impervious...and yet, because many of our medieval gauntlets are articulated, you'll also retain most (if not all) of your dexterity, allowing you to continue wielding your weapon with all the skill of a trained fighter. A good pair of steel gauntlets will take you far, while providing a classic touch of medieval armour that belongs on any medieval warrior or knight. Here, you'll find several sets of knight's gauntlets, some in gleaming steel, others embossed for detail, and others still blackened for intimidating effect. All of metal mitts featured here are articulated gauntlets, which ensure that whether they're actual mitten-style hands or fingered, you'll retain the use of your hand when you wear them. Each set is fully functional and makes for great SCA gauntlets, providing more than adequate hand protection when worn that's capable of turning away glancing blows with ease. For that reason, these pieces of medieval armour are also as effective as LARP armour as they are as reenactment armour. At Medieval Armour, you can find just the steel gauntlets that you need, whether you're looking for Italian Milanese gauntlets, classic knight's gauntlets, or even German gothic gauntlets.
The 14th Century Articulated Gauntlets are great for protecting your hands while maintaining dexterity during light historic reenactment combat. These 16 gauge steel gauntlets resemble those seen throughout the 1300s and 1400s.
The 14th Century Hourglass Gauntlets feature an hourglass-shaped cuff that helps protect the wrist and back of the hand. Several plates guard each of the fingers, which include leather rings to help keep them in place when worn.
Steel gauntlets serve as an essential piece of medieval armour, protecting the fingers and hands of a warrior. The 15th Century Decorated German Gauntlets feature excellent style and functionality, covering fingertip to wrist.
Add some finesse to your historic battle style with the 15th Century German Gauntlets. Handcrafted from 18 gauge steel, the curving edges of each metal segment are an elegant yet subtle detail suitable for the noblest of knights.
Any knight in his right mind uses steel gauntlets to protect his fingers from the blows of his opponent. The 15th Century German Style Gauntlets with Brass serve as a complex yet beautiful addition to any set of plate armour.
Offering excellent protection for historical re-enactments, the 15th Century Italian Style Gauntlets have great flexibility with the articulated wrist and fingers. A leather glove provides additional protection and comfort.
As the enemy charges towards you, you tighten your grip on your sword. The 15th Century Knight Gauntlets protect your hands from the enemys attack. Wear these gauntlets to your next historical reenactment or Renaissance faire.
The 15th Century Mitten Gauntlets are modeled on hand armour used during the second quarter of the 1400s and beyond. The steel gauntlets were often used by infantry who wanted to protect their hands when wielding pikes and halberds.
Smart warriors know that their hands are vulnerable in sword fighting. Make sure that your hands are protected with the 15th Century Steel Gauntlets. These mitten gauntlets are a great option for reenactments and Renaissance faires.
In many ways, a warriors hands are their lifeblood. They will live and die by how effective their hands wield weapons in battle. With these Articulated Steel Gauntlets, your hands will be well protected, so they can continue to protect you.
Extending up to the forearm, the Balthasar Gauntlets offer essential protection when it comes to LARP or other historical reenactments. Made of polished steel, these expertly crafted gauntlets are made of eight separate pieces.
Add the Blackened Balthasar Gauntlets to your medieval reenactment and LARP outfits for a touch of dark style. The gauntlets cover both the hands and part of the forearms, making these the ideal items for protecting those parts.