Gambeson with removable sleeves. Available in multiple sizes, and black, brown, beige and white. Body and arm padding thickness: 400 grams pr. square meter. Shoulder padding thickness: 600 grams pr. square meter.
This gambeson is very thick and durable. It is perfect for heavy armour or just for dressing your character.
There are stories being told about you amongst the soldiers. You are the mercenary who has slain over a thousand men. You put fear in your enemies with one sweep of your weapon. Your aura of darkness freezes the hearts of anyone who looks you in the eye. And your favorite? Someone is saying you made a deal with a devil so that you may never die.
You strap your armour over your Warrior Gambeson, preparing for battle. You will never tell them which stories might be true, but they can see for themselves your battle prowess once you step onto the field and dominate once more.
Epic Armoury’s Warrior Gambeson is a padded long-sleeve coat covering the torso from neck, down over the hips on front and back. It can be worn on its own or serve as essential padding under mail or armour. The gambeson is donned like a jacket and closed on the front with five leather straps and brass buckles, allowing the wearer to customize the tightness of the fit. The arms are easily detachable by untying its cotton cords on the shoulders and sleeves, each cord secured through long-lasting brass eyelets.
Thick enough to serve as its own armour, this sturdy gambeson is constructed with heavy layers of fluffed cotton canvas sandwiched between layers of heavy cotton canvas. All these layers are stitched together in vertical lines, keeping the padding in place and mimicking a classic European high-medieval style.
Though of European cut, gambeson or quilted-style armours have seen world-wide use since antediluvian times, making the Warrior Gambeson a great basic armour with a range of possibilities regardless of time and place.
Available in Black, Brown, Beige and White; and in sizes Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large, 3X-Large and 4X-Large.
Quilted armours have been around since at least 400 BCE
Used as padding under chainmail or plate armour
Historically, a high-medieval European gambeson was recorded as being capable of stopping sword blows from penetrating the skin
Could stop heavy arrows and mace and axe impacts with the addition of overlaying chainmail
Specific style often worn by freemen, mercenaries, and other independent warriors
This cotton twill product is diagonally woven fabric similar to denim. It is quite sturdy, built to take some abuse.
Remember to wax the leather straps before putting in a washing machine or dryer. If you are able to hand wash and leave your gambeson to dry flat, this is preferable.
Machine wash at 40°C / 104°F (warm). Wash separately the first time and with similar colours afterwards. Tumble dry on low heat, but be aware that it might shrink up to 5%. For general stains or discoloration, treat with a commercial fabric cleaner, or blot with tepid water and a soft cloth.
The forest is serene this morning as you head out along the trails. Birds are singing and the weather is crisp, perfect for working without breaking too much of a sweat. But as you approach the dead tree you’d marked the day before, you believe you hear something in the underbrush.
Your calloused, strong hand wraps around the handle of your axe hanging from your X Belt. The edge is freshly sharpened, and you’re ready to defend yourself from any beast that you might find--relieved as a neighbor’s dog comes bounding out from a bush, instead.
Back to work.
Epic Armoury’s X Belt is a long leather belt made from full-grain buffalo leather. Strong and durable, this belt is also stylish with its stitched X-shaped accents. With a 70 cm belt-tongue and 16 holes, adjust this belt to a large range of sizes to fit your unique body. Secure the belt using its rounded, steel belt buckle.
The X Belt is handsome and clean, making it a perfect fit for almost any character in any setting you care to play.
Available in colours Black, Blue, Brown, Green, and Red; and in One Size.
Belts have been documented for male clothing since the Bronze Age between 3200–600 B.C.
More commonly a male fashion item, with the exception of the Middle Ages
A King deserves the attention of his subjects--his position and power demand such respect--but you also know he must look the part. You have hired the finest craftsmen in your land to create a sword fitting a King’s status.
Embroidery embellishes your hems in gold and fine thread. A purple cloak drapes down from your sturdy, confident shoulders. And at your waist--the King Sword with its detailing and superior grip marks you as something finer than the rest. No one shall look upon you with anything but admiration.
You, after all, are the King.
Note: The King Sword Medium (85cm) has been discontinued and cannot be selected. The King Sword Large (110cm) is in production.