Scottish Armour and Celtic Armour
Are you looking for quality armour to fit your Scottish or Celtic costume? Medieval Collectibles carries fully functional Scottish and Celtic, leather armour and steel armour. We have armour with Celtic crosses, Celtic knotwork and Scottish inspired designs. Our Celtic armour and Scottish armour includes, arm bracers, wrist bracers, body armour, and shields. Every Celtic re-enactor needs some sort of armour protection against the fierce and mighty swords on the battle field. Our Celtic Leather armour comes in a variety of sizes and colors to fight the Highlander warrior in you.
These top quality wirst bracers offer 7 inches of protection. Made of top grain leather, these wristbands will add strength to the support of a sword arm or shield arm and give the accent needed with almost any Medieval or Celtic ensemble.
Heavy, top grain leather wristbands add strength to your sword arm and provide a functional accent to many period costumes. Pewter shield and leather bands are riveted. One size, lace closure.
This Leather Helmet of William Wallace was designed from the screen worn costume, in the movie Braveheart. This full suede laced helmet is designed from the screen worn prop. The soft polyurethane shell fits up to a size 7.5 inch hat size.
These stunning arm bracers are made of 13/15 oz battle ready leather. They feature a hand tooled cross with celtic decoration rivited to the bracer. Great for use in the SCA, LARP and Theater, they will give your outfit a custom made look.
The Celtic Coolos Helmet is a variation on the classic coolos style of helmet. A traditional coolos helmet features a simple rounded appearance, with a flared back. This helmet matches that classic design but also adds hinged cheek guards.
The Deluxe Celtic Bracer has a classy look, armor grade protection, and a variety of inside accent colors to choose from. The Deluxe Celtic Bracer will provide arm protection during that re-enactment fight. A classic bracer with a celtic charm.
The Celts were a diverse and varied group of tribes that once occupied much of iron-age Europe. This French Celtic Helm is named partially for its origins, and partially because it is modeled after a Celtic helmet that was unearthed in France.
The Montefortino Celtic Helmet is designed and based on an actual helmet that was found in a Celtic burial site in Montefortino, Italy. The helm has a simple, yet effective design that was favored by Celts, and later, the Romans for use in battle.
The Celts were a diverse and varied group of tribes that once occupied much of iron-age Europe. This Celtic Spire Helmet is named for the distinctive design that was used in many historical Celtic helms, featuring a tall cap with a rounded point.