Late Medieval Churburg Breastplate, 1.6mm Steel, Chest from 105 to 126cm, Weight 6kg
Our fully battle-ready reconstruction of the Churburg breast plate is dated around 1360 AD and constructed from nine steel plates riveted to leather on the reverse side. Because of this method of assembly the harness is well articulated and will fit almost every size of shape. The original which can be seen in the South Tyrolean castle and museum Churburg. The Churburg breast plate is adjustable by means of the leather-straps and brass buckles at that fasten at the back.
This is a nice piece.
Material: capprox. 1.6 mm Steel, Brass and Leather
Chest girth: from 105 to approx. 126 cm
Weight: approx. 6.00 kg
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