Just as bracers or gauntlets are important for protecting the hands and forearms, greaves are important for protecting the lower leg. And at Medieval Armour, you not only have a selection of functional steel greaves to choose from, but you also have a selection of incredible looking medieval greaves, which come in a wide assortment of different styles. They range from standard steel greaves to blackened steel greaves, to embossed greaves that feature simple design touches across their surface for a bit of minor aesthetic enhancement. They're also offered from a variety of different cultures and eras, ranging from the fantasy era of elven greaves and orcish greaves to the historic era of Spartan greaves and roman greaves. And that's not even counting all the warrior greaves we offer that are fit for virtually any medieval fighter, whether he (or she) be a knight, a soldier, a brigand, an archer, or anything else. Being steel armour, these sets of greaves all make for wonderful SCA greaves, as well as great LARP armour, providing a healthy dose of protection as well as an impressive touch that will make any costume or outfit look authentic and armoured. Are you worried about keeping your legs protected in your next fight? Then take a moment to browse through our steel greaves here at Medieval Armour, and once you find one that suits your need and your personal tastes, pick them up and put them on...and you'll no longer have to worry about a blade cutting your legs right out from under you.
The Blackened Adam Greaves make an excellent choice for leg protection when you are heading into the fray of battle. These steel greaves display a dark metal finish that will go superbly with other pieces of LARP armour.
Keeping mobile on the battlefield is critical, so guard your legs with the help of plate armour like the Blackened Balthasar Greaves. These steel greaves feature a dark metal finish that suits medieval warlords and mercenaries.
Under the leadership of your evil lord, you conquer many lands. You protect yourself from enemy warriors by wearing the Blackened Dragomir Greaves. These dark greaves add to any evil look. Wear them into your next LARP battle.
Combining comfort and protection, the Blackened Fafnir Greaves make a superb choice for LARP battles and roleplaying events. The steel greaves are crafted with metal plates that are riveted on a backing of padded suede leather.
Wear the Blackened Georg Greaves to add style and protection to any LARP outfit. Made of 16 gauge steel, these greaves feature a classic design, with decorative grommets adorning their outer edges. They are sold in sets of two.
Keeping mobile in battle is a real concern, making the Blackened Gustav Greaves a great way to protect your legs and stay moving. The steel greaves offer coverage from knee to ankle with a distinctive outward curve at the bottom.
The Blackened Jost Greaves showcase a striking look, displaying a riveted trim along the edges of the design. This pair of steel greaves offers coverage from your knee to ankle with a distinctive outward curve at the bottom.
Fortify your lower legs against the blows of a sneaky foe. During a fierce LARP battle, a quick kick to the shins is a guarantee. Strengthen your defense and maintain your footing with the Blackened Lucas Youth Greavescovering said limbs.
The Blackened Markward Greaves features a simple yet elegant design, showing off a dark metal finish and smooth curves on the sides of the top. A central bend runs down the front, adding strength and stiffness to the steel greaves.
You stand ready to defend your vast kingdom. Lone warrior, wear these Blackened Rikomer Greaves to protect your legs from an attack by the enemy. These dark greaves add to any warriors look. Wear them into your next LARP battle.
Protect your mobility by making the Blackened Vladimir Greaves a regular part of your medieval warrior ensemble. The steel greaves are composed of multiple curved metal segments, including a piece that can be closed around the calf.
In Ancient Rome, members of the Praetorian Guard were often immediately recognizable. Not only was their position one of power, but they were a noble corps, wearing the finest armor, including pieces like these Brass Praetorian Greaves.