Soft and ligth pants with a baggy waistfit and narrow legs. Pockets in both sides, and a tie string in the waist. The Landsknecht Pants is available in colours Black/Offwhite, Black/Dark Red, Dark Red/Yellow and Green/Offwhite, and in sizes Small, Medium, Large, X-Large and XX-Large.
Quality Landsknecht Pants are made of our heavy weight canvas. 100% cotton.
Maintenance: Machine wash warm (40°C). Wash newly purchased items separately the first time, hereafter with similar colors. Expect shrinkage of ca. 3% on nature fiber when machine-washed.
NOTE: Red/Yellow size 2XL Landknecht Pants marked down ~ 80% as discontinued.
Epic Armoury’s Polished Steel Burgonet is a protective helmet with a visor based on the historical helmet used in the 16th century by cavalry units. The visor is reinforced and shaped to fit comfortably around the face without constricting vision, framing a face protected by extended cheek guards. A crest runs along the top of the helmet from front to rear, acting as a deflector against strikes, while a curved neck-plate protects the back of the neck. When you require a little extra protection, this Burgonet is fashioned with a riveted metal bar--keeping the separately available Burgonet Faceplate in place.
Secure the Burgonet helmet by tightening the leather strap beneath the chin, keeping the helmet in place. Made of 1 mm thick mild steel, top-grain vegetable-tanned leather straps, and steel buckles this armour piece is built to withstand the abuse of a LARP or reenactment with regular leather and metal armour care.
Inspired by Medieval Armour
Plate armour became more popular as firearm technology became more prevalent during the 13th century
The Burgonet was the successor of the Sallet helmet
Burgonets were typically cheaper than closed-type helmets, and were lighter to wear
Your look out upon your troops, staring into the faces of the soldiers who may never return. Their blood is on your hands already, and it is a responsibility you hold with a heavy, but resigned heart.
“We must fight,” you shout for them all to hear. You are a mighty figure in your Veteran Armour, a symbol to strike confidence in these soldiers. “For our homes and for our families, we will fight until we can fight no more!” With a resounding cheer, your troops ready themselves for the charge.
The battle has begun.
This bestselling Epic Armoury Veteran Armour is a typical western cuirass designed to protect the whole torso. The cuirass secures tight over the breast and abdomen using four sturdy leather straps--each riveted with decorative brass studs--and brass buckles. It is highly adjustable both at the front, but also with strong leather cords at the flanks.
This cuirass is crafted to be especially hardy by stitching overlapping full-grain leather with heavy leather cords. At the neck, an additional leather plate serves as a gorget. Along the rims of the armour, the edges are bound with flattened leather cords. The effect is a solid piece of armour with lines suggesting a slim waist and broad shoulders.
Epic Armoury's Veteran Armour is compatible with all other Epic Armoury leathers and metal works, and is designed to fit various character types.
Historically looked down upon as a form of armor
Finely crafted leather cuirasses were often worn by high-ranking officers and officials, including several Roman Emperors
The helm is crafted of flexible resin, with precisely-molded details and coloring, including weathering and aging effects. The helm comes with leather lining and leather staps for a comfortable feel when worn and will give you the protection you need in battle
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This helmet is built along the historical bouronet from the early 16th century. The head is well protected inside a round scull cap with a high riser in the centre of the spine. The face is covered by the small brim in the front and the two cheek flaps on the sides. Both flaps are punched with a floral pattern aside the ears to allow a better hearing.
The helmet has an enlongened neckpiece, so that the part between cuirass and helmet is closed as well.
The burgonet developed from the sallet in the 16th century and was, just behind the Morion, the most worn helmet in the 16th and 17th century.
The Morion helmet sits comfortably on your head as you march, faithful to its master despite the challenges. It has been a long and dusty road, but that helmet has remained with you through it all.
As your infantry unit comes to a halt, there is the tension one always feels before the fight. You resist the anxiety, because the moment you step into battle all of that must fade away. It will be you fighting alongside your fellow soldiers, and it will be your trustworthy armour that keeps you alive.
Epic Armoury’s Morion is a steel helmet inspired by the 15th- to 16th-century Spanish conquistadors conquering the world for Gold, God and Glory. The Morion’s brim is shaped to protect the head and face without obstructing vision, curved along the front and back. The skull-cap is reinforced with a long comb running from the forehead along the helmet’s apex. Riveted cheek guards are fitted to the helmet, adding additional protection to the face.
Secure the Morion by tightening the leather strap beneath the chin, keeping the helmet in place. Made of 1 mm thick mild steel and top-grain leather straps and fittings, this armour piece is built to withstand the abuse of a LARP or reenactment with regular leather and metal armour care.
Used from the middle 16th to early 17th centuries
Crest, or “comb,” along the top was designed to strengthen the helmet
Later versions added the cheek guards to protect soldiers from sword cuts