Functional Full Suits of Armour
Suit up! Get ready for battle in one of our finely crafted full suits of armour. All functional full suits of armour are re-enactment safe. With a great price range, a full suit of armour can fit into anyone's budget. These functional full suits of armour are made of high quality steel and some of the custom made ones are made to your measurements. We have many different styles of functional armour, such as Tournament Armour, Knights Armour, Gothic Armor, Battle Armour and also full suits of Samurai Armour. When your are not wearing your armor put it on display in your home, all of our full suits of armour come with a display stand.
A fully articulated and wearable full-harness in the German 'Gothic' style of the late 15th century. Armour of this type is generally sleeker fitting and less rounded than 'Milanese' armour of the same period with many parts terminating into a point.
This Milanese full-harness displays the characteristic robust and rounded appearance of armour produced in northern Italy throughout the 15th century. Armour of this type incorporates large and smooth glancing surfaces in its construction.
This very fine fully articulated and wearable reproduction of the 15th century armor belonging to German Noble, Fredrich I, Count Palatine of the Rhine is a sight to behold!
Our superior reproduction 17th century full suit of plate Armour boasts a basinet style helm and smooth plates, utilizing the artistry of both great armour centers and is crafted in the styling tradition of those master craftsmen.
This fully wearable suit of armour is loosely based on the famous #13 harness housed in the Castle of Churburg. This armour is believed to have been made in Milan by armourers of the Missiglian family during the second half of the 14th century.
Italian armour has been highly sought after throughout the centuries by Knights and Nobility in Europe. Our reproduction of Medieval Armour is crafted in the styling tradition of those master craftsmen who created the originals for kings and soldiers.
This impressive medieval suit of armour is styled after those crafted in Europe during the mid 1500s. The suit of armour features a fine decorated breastplate, broad guarded pauldrons and antiqued finish for an aged appearance.
Throughout the centuries, the two great centers of armour manufacturing remained in Italy and Germany wherein talented craftsmen created armour for Nobility. Italian armour was highly prized for superior style and Germany for incredible detailing.
This Medieval full suit of armour has a stud detailed traditional crest breastplate. The Medieval armour stands about 6 feet tall on its wooden base, but reaches over 7 feet when you add the height of its halberd.
Our superb reproduction of Medieval Armour is crafted in the styling tradition of those master craftsmen who created the originals for kings and their soldiers. This exquisitely crafted steel armour stands about 6-1/2 foot tall on a quality wood base.
The "Armour of War" is defined as the type of armour for combat that afforded protection to the vital areas of the body, yet was light weight and comfortable enough as not to tire a knight, nor constrict his freedom of movement in battle.
This medieval armor came from Milan, Italy (XV century). The original is in the Churburg castle in Sluderno (Italy). This armor belonged to Ulrich IX, lord of Matsch.
Lion Crest Armour is an impressive armour with a stately gold lined rampant lion adorning its breastplate shield. Standing about 6 feet tall on its wooden base each Lion Crest Armour comes complete with its own sword.
This stunning armour is adorned with a gold heraldic eagle on its breastplate shield. Standing about 6 feet tall on its wooden base, it is quite impressive and comes complete with sword.
Plate armor is one of the most recognized styles of armor, and is oftentimes seen as the quintessential armor of knights, although it was actually favored by many warriors. And with protection like this Gothic Suit of Armor, it's not hard to see why.
Gothic armor was first crafted in the regions of Germany and the Holy Roman Empire sometime during the late Middle Ages, around the 15th century. This Full Set Gothic Armour is a perfect example of what this protective armour would have looked like.
The 15th century was a bloody one for Europe, although all the conflicts of the age did have a positive effect. All this conflict led to the improvement of plate armor, which gave us such forms of protection like this Duke of Burgundy Suit of Armor.
The armor of kings and emperors was often far more ornate then typical armors of soldiers and even the armors of knights, and this Maximillan Armour is no different, possessing impressive detailing and designs that are as effective as their attractive.
Before there was full plate armor, there was a combination of metal plates and mail. Together, these two were a formidable combination capable of defending a warrior from attack, and together, these two create armor as stunning as the Churberg Armour.