The Empire has taken over the kingdom--and your home. What was once your tribe has been taken from you in the name of the Emperor, but you will not be silenced.
You look the part of a Queen in your Margot Corset as you meet with your warriors in secret. You are plotting a revolt against your oppressors, the spark that will ignite the fire and the war that is sure to follow. You will not stand down. You are prepared to do everything it takes to win back what is rightfully yours.
Epic Armoury’s Dryad Green Margot Corset is a leather underbust designed to protect the abdomen while making you look and feel confident on the battlefield. The corset’s fit is changeable by tightening the leather cord down the front and back and adjusting the two leather straps along the sides. The leather bodice is embellished with detailed imprinting and edged with attractive green fabric to increase comfort and appeal. With regular leather care, you can expect the Margot Corset to last a long time. Use this corset to create an intimidating statement or add some interest to your kit.
Typically used as an undergarment through history, made from fabric and bone
Metal corsets were invented during the 16th century, the closest historical evidence of women’s corsets being used as potential armour
Corset armour has gained popularity through fiction and fantasy literature
Customer Please Note: This is not a cincher corset
The Jin-Baori is an Asian inspired battle overcoat. It comes down to the thighs and is edged graficly in front, sleeves and bottom. The back features two slits, also edged and with a detail on top. The eyelets on both front and back allows you to point shoulder armour through the garment, for a top dressed battle look.QualityThe Jin-Baori is made from a heavy weight 100% cotton canvas, edged with gold coloured polyester.Maintenance:The Jin-Baori can be machine washed warm (40°C). Remember to wash your newly purchased items separately the first few times, thereafter with similar colours. Cotton is a natural fiber, that will shrink approximately 3 % when machine washed.
DISCONTINUED IN 2019 - Still available to order but some colours/sizes may not be available. Check with us before ordering if not showing as currently in stock.
Asian inspired Kimono with ¾ length sleeves. The garment is hip long, and has a double breast that ties in both sides, inside and outside. The Kimono is made from a heavy weight 100% cotton canvas. Maintenance:The Kimono can be machine washed warm (40°C). Remember to wash your newly purchased items separately the first few times, thereafter with similar colours. Cotton is a natural fiber, that will shrink approximately 3 % when machine washed.
Silence. Perfect silence.
You use the silence as a cloak of armour, masked in the darkness and waiting for danger to show itself. You ready your sword, prepared to launch your deadly attack should your Lord’s assassins appear. One quick slice and they will breathe their last, you sword hitting its mark and your Kimono becoming soaked in their dark red blood. When you vanish once more, you’ll leave any of their allies bewildered and afraid.
Epic Armoury’s Dark Red Kimono is a traditional Japanese T-shaped robe with ¾ length sleeves made from heavy red cotton and a reinforced collar. Reaching from the shoulders to the upper thighs, this garment is a great base to an Ancestral costume. The Kimono is worn by tying the left over the right side, securing its cotton straps located on the inside and outside of the waist. The sleeves hang loose just above the wrists, leaving the hands free and allowing the greatest possible freedom of action.
Fully compatible with Epic Armoury's other Asian styles, the Kimono is a great basis for almost any samurai-inspired character you wish to make - be it honourable warrior or dishonoured thief.
Available in sizes X-Small/Small, Medium/Large and X-Large; and colours Dark Red, Epic Black and White.
A traditional Japanese garment since the 8th century
Resembles a kosode, which is a shorter sleeved kimono worn with a hakama
Traditionally secured with a sash tied at the back called an obi
Always traditionally tied with the left over the right side, except when dressing the dead