When you are on the battlefield, surrounded by swinging swords and zinging arrows, the last thing you want to worry about is whether your neck is covered. Luckily, with the dependable protection of the Steel Georg Gorget, you will not have to. This handmade, 18-gauge steel gorget features an extra-long chest piece, ensuring that the sternum is effectively covered. Ornamental riveting runs the length of the gorgets border, giving it an authentic feel. The gorget opens sideways and is closed by way of a buckle, allowing it to be removed with ease, and its design also grants the wearer the ability to attach it to a cuirass or breastplate using a secondary buckle under the front. This gorget was originally designed for use with other pieces from the Georg armour set, but it can also be worn on its own or used as a harness for a variety of other pauldrons. The Steel Georg Gorget makes a fantastic component to any LARP or light reenactment suit of armour.
Looking for the matching pieces of this armour? Create the complete look with our Steel Georg Armour Set (OUTFIT-M60), which includes the Steel Georg Gorget along with the other pieces of this armour set.
Please be aware that this armour is handmade, and it can be thicker than listed here. As such, it is intended mainly for costuming, light reenactment, and LARP.
When purchasing armour pieces, in order for the pieces to be compatible, it is best to stay within the brand.
- Extended design covers neck and sternum
- Rivets along border add authentic medieval detailing
- Hinged design closes on one side
- Features buckles to attach to cuirass or breastplate
- Has attachment points for pauldrons
- Perfect for LARPing and light reenactment use
- Made from 18-gauge steel
- This armour will arrive to you covered in protective oil. While this oil can be removed, it must be replaced with another protective maintenance product to protect your steel armour from rusting. Occasional oiling is necessary for the proper maintenance of this armour. When storing this armour, protect it from oxidation by coating it with machine oil. For more on how to protect and maintain your steel armour, check out our guide on Taking Care of Steel Armour.