Our Shoulder Armour with Neck Guard is great for those who do not want to wear a breastplate or cuirass, as the pauldrons connect right to the included neck plate. The set will look great whether you pair it with some arm bracers and greaves or go all the way with full body armour. It is crafted from 8-9 oz. leather and available in black or brown. This set includes the leather gorget and a pair of pauldrons. It is great for LARP, Theater, Movies, Costumes and the SCA.
- Features a pair of pauldrons with gorget
- Fitted with cording and adjustable buckle straps
- Durable, simple design reinforced with stitching
- Great for LARP, Theater, and SCA
- Made of 8-9 oz. vegetable-tanned full-grain leather
- Rivets and buckles are iron
Maro P. –
Beautiful workmanship. Nice strong leather. Can’t be worn by itself, you need to attach it to chest plate. It also hinders movement of your arms to some degree. But overall good quality work.
Pearce H. –
This is great armor!!!
Donna S. –
Very well crafted shoulder armor; however, a bit larger than I expected. Additionally, it would do well to have one additional strap, but otherwise a very functional and surprisingly flexible piece of armor. (note: while difficult, it IS possible to wear this and a rucksack backpack, which I neither anticipated to be an issue nor would have expected this to be able to allow). Overall, nice.
Adam (verified owner) –
Probably my favorite piece of armor that I got for my set! Adds style and is light weight. One suggestion I have is when you get it, lay it down on its chest plate and bend it slightly to fit. When it ships it’s shipped flat and needs to be rounded to look like the picture. It’s great though!
Danimal (verified owner) –
High quality, thick leather provides a good amount of protection against blows. Does slightly restrict movement when holding hands above the head, but that is to be expected.
The only qualm I have with this piece is that the collar needs to be tied down somehow, but lacks any obvious way to do so. There is no way whoever designed this armor didn’t realize this was an issue and they simply chose to ignore the problem in the design rather than fix it. I was able to rivet some straps onto it in a way that they wrap behind my back and it does a pretty good job, but it was frustrating that this obvious problem with a simple fix was something I had to do instead of the manufacturer.