14th Century Leg Harness - From Musée Des Beaux
Make your own Medieval experience with this 14th century leg plate armour harness reproduction forged from 16 gauge steel. This set is based upon an extant French artifact from Musée des Beaux Arts, Chartres estimated to have been made in approximately 1380. The museum original artifact is shown in the last photo.
The plates are designed to articulate and provide better movement. The cuisse has quality leather straps with buckles which are securely riveted for durability. The straps are adjustable allowing for a better fit on the wearer.
Suitable for a late 14th century persona at your next Medieval re-enactment, LARP, SCA or Living History event.
Other 14th, 15th and 16th century armour is also available.
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Total length not including the leather tab is 45cm.
Upper leg thigh measured on the inside along curvature of the steel is 34cm
Upper leg thigh measured horizontally across the opening at the widest point is 21cm.
Upper shin measured on the inside along curvature of the steel is 24cm
Upper shin measured horizontally across the opening at the widest point is 15cm