While it has its advantages, chainmail armor can be pierced given the right circumstances. With the Heraldic Lions Quilted Surcoat, you can add that extra protection where you need it the most while showing honor to your King!
To achieve status as a legendary warrior, you need to be able to move comfortably in your medieval armour. The Imperial Gambeson covers your arms, neck, and torso down to the hips, keeping your armour from pinching or rubbing.
Keep yourself comfortable and safe underneath your armour with the Leopold Gambeson. Made of canvas with polyester padding, this arming jacket features versatile short sleeves, a stylish high collared neck, and five adjustable straps.
Featuring a high-quality suede exterior, the Leopold Suede Gambeson is a fine arming jacket perfect for wearing underneath various armoured looks. This gambeson features versatile short sleeves and a fashionable high collar.
When you are choosing your medieval armour, make sure you do not forget to pick out appropriate pieces of padded arming wear like the Light Sleeveless Gambeson to improve comfort and protect against rubbing, chafing, and pinching.
This style of gambeson has strap-and-buckle front closures and open armpits, providing mobility and ventilation without over-compromising protection. Our Medieval Gambeson is crafted in heavy-duty padded canvas.
Add comfort to your armour-wearing experience with the Brown Medieval Gambeson, or wear it on its own for a light layer of protection and warmth. This long sleeve quilted gambeson covers from the neck down to the top of the thighs.
Whether worn on its own or as a layer under armour, the Ecru Medieval Gambeson adds historical style to medieval and fantasy outfits. This long sleeve gambeson is padded and quilted, covering from neck down to the upper thighs.
A warrior wore many layers when they were going into battle. Beyond underclothing, this Medieval Long Gambeson is one of the first of many protections that any warrior would have worn, and one that any reenactor should wear as well.
Archers were not usually involved in the heaviest fighting, so archers were typically only armored in light materials, like this Padded Archer’s Armour, which allowed them to remain mobile and distant, to make use of their bow.
Padded armor has been in use since the dawn of time. After all, extra padding can go a long way towards helping man survive almost any encounter. This RFB Padded Armour puts traditional padded armor in your hands to keep you safe.
This padded gambeson is perfect for LARP, so it is better for leather armour or light steel armour. The sleeves are a half sleeve length and the underarms are designed with holes which provide ease of movement and good ventilation.