Chain Mail Coifs
Medieval Collectables is proud to offer to you our selection of Chainmail Coifs. Chainmail Coifs protect your head, neck and the top of your shoulders. Our chainmail coifs come in Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Brass, Copper, and Blackened Steel rings. Medieval Collectables offers a variety of styles of chainmail coifs in Flatten rings, Butted rings and Riveted Mail rings. We have more chainmail coifs than anyone on the internet at affordable prices.
This is the most economical chainmail, as the cost intensive riveting is avoided. Butted maille has limited historical precedent but is fine for general costuming and role-playing where strict construction is not a requirement.
This aventail is fitted with a leather collar, to facilitate attachment to helmets. The aventail is butted round rings made of 16 gauge mild steel. The rings have a zinc plated finish and have an 8mm internal diameter.
This intimidating butted armor is blackened for moisture resistance, reminiscent of the Black Prince, whose mail was darkened to a black hue. The diameter of each outer link is about 7/16 an inch, inner link diameter is about 3/8 an inch.
This is the most economical construction style of chainmail, as the cost of riveting is avoided. Butted maille has limited historical precedent but is fine for general costuming and role-playing where authenticity is not a requirement.
We are now proud to offer the most sought after riveted mail. Identical to our butted mail except each link is riveted and dipped in zinc to prevent rust. This Riveted Steel Mail Coif matches our Riveted Steel Mail Shirt, item ED9324.
This is the most economical construction style of maille, as labor-intensive riveting is avoided. High-tensile steel has the most resistance to the opening of rings, while mild steel butted rings may be distorted by heavy weapons contact.
This coif features 16 gauge links in the international pattern, 4 links through a 5th, common to all European mail. Our steel chainmail coif can be worn with or without a helmet for added defense in your ensemble.
From the Celts of 300 B.C. to 18th century Europe, mail such as this Butted Ring Coif was one of the most prized items a warrior could own. Indeed, it was celebrated in poetry and the sagas, being referred to as the Net of Battle.
The smaller the worked rings are, the more protection. We are proud to offer the peak of the armorers art (and patience) as it pertains to mail. Butted, 17 gauge steel rings are only 3/16 an inch round, providing unsurpassed protection.
This coif features steel rings plated with brass for long lasting good looks. Our Brass plated coif can be worn by itself or with a helm. The outer link diameter is about 7/16 an inch and the inner link diameter is about 3/8 an inch.
Perfect for reenactors or performers who need authentic looks, but do not need the weight! This extremely light mail utilizes aluminum rings, riveted for durability. Even if you wear it all day long you will hardly notice the weight.
Wedge riveting, with flattened rings, became popular in the 1300s and was used until the demise of chainmail. Alternating rows of solid and riveted rings predominated until late in the period, when all riveted construction was popular.
This style of maille is authentic to the early medieval period, particularly in the European flat ring version. In steel this construction style has the advantage of strength, allowing it to be used for supervised weapons re-enactment.
Each incredible chainmail coif is painstakingly created by hand using 7/16 inch inner diameter rings. You can marvel the originals or get your own fantastic creation. This Riveted Flat Chainmail Coif is wearable and very historical.
This style of chainmail is reasonably authentic to the early medieval period, particularly in European flat ring. In steel this construction style has the advantage of strength, allowing it to be used for supervised weapons re-enactment.
Chain mail is made by linking of dozens of interlocking ringlets of iron or steel that, as a whole, are stronger than the sum of their parts. This Chain Mail Coif (hood) by Marto is a piece of head-protection that saw widespread use.
This is the most economical construction style of maille, as the labor-intensive riveting is avoided. High-tensile steel has the most resistance to opening of the rings, while mild steel butted rings may be distorted by heavy weapons.
This V Shaped Face Chainmail Coif is constructed with 16 gauge round steel butted rings with an internal diameter of 9.5mm. The rings have a blackened finish. This chainmail coif provides an authentic appearance for any Medieval outfit.
This coif is crafted in riveted aluminum mail dome rings with grey anodizing. The internal diameter of the rings are 10mm. Our aluminum coif is ideal for the non-contact role-player, as it presents an authentic appearance.
Serving as a curtain of chainmail around the throat, neck, and shoulders, an aventail or camail connects to the helmet of a warrior. The Knight Grade Chainmail Aventail attaches to the base of a helmet with a leather band.
Do not tempt the fates and leave your life in the hands of your opponent when you can wear the Butted Silver Chainmail Coif. This item is based on a century old design that offers added protection for the owner while in conflict.
On Sale For: $51.30
A knight needs honor and armor to uphold his duties to his kingdom, so allow the Butted Black Chainmail Coif to assist you. Your quest may bring you across many enemies so be protected by this classic style armor.
On Sale For: $51.30
Covering the throat, neck, and shoulders with chainmail, an aventail, or camail, connects to a helmet to protect vital areas of a warrior. The Baron Grade Chainmail Aventail features a leather band that attaches it to the helmet.
An aventail, also known as camail, covers the throat, neck, and shoulders of a warrior with a curtain of chainmail connected to a helmet. The Count Grade Chainmail Aventail fits around the base on a helmet by a leather band.
Connecting to the helmet, an aventail, or camail, guards the vital area of the neck and shoulders with a curtain of chainmail. The Earl Grade Chainmail Aventail uses a leather band to attach to the base of a helmet.
The Bishops Mantle, or standard, is worn draped over the shoulders, named for the shoulder covering worn by clergy in the Middle Ages. The Knight Grade Mail Standard guards the upper chest and throat.
Clergy in the medieval period wore a shoulder covering called a Bishops Mantle, a term which also came to be used for the piece of armor, the standard. The Baron Grade Mail Standard protects the upper chest and throat.
Named for the shoulder covering worn by clergy during medieval times, the Bishops Mantle, also known as a standard, drapes the shoulders. The Count Grade Mail Standard protects the upper chest and throat.
Also known as a standard, the Bishops mantle was named after the shoulder covered worn by clergy in the Middle Ages. The Earl Grade Mail Standard protects the upper chest and throat as it drapes the shoulders.
Sometimes protecting your torso and your core is not enough. Sometimes, you need to keep your head, neck, and collar safe too, and for those times, turn to this Full Mantle Chainmail Coif to keep your head safe and sound against harm.
Connecting to a helmet, an aventail drapes over the neck, throat, and shoulders to guard these vital areas from attack. The Titanium Chainmail Aventail fixes itself to the base of a helmet by a leather band.
Good protection is exactly what a warrior needs when they enter into combat, and that is exactly what this coif provides, ensuring that a warriors personal protection is assured when they wear this Chainmail Coif with Horizontal Ventail.
A chainmail coif serves two purposes, offering extra protection in battle and acting as a buffer between the knight and his plate armor. The Titanium chainmail coif protects your head from almost every angle.
A magnificent addition to the LARP or reenactment gear of those who wish to achieve a medieval persona, the Butted Steel V Shaped Chainmail Coif offers an economical and authentic design which radiates the look of a medieval knight.
Protecting your neck and shoulders is one of the most important things medieval armour can do. The Imperial Chainmail Mantle does just that, encircling your neck with top-grain leather that connects to a wide circle of mail.
On Sale For: $59.40
The Titanium Mail Standard provides added protection for the upper chest and throat. A standard, also known as a Bishops Mantle after the covering that was worn my medieval clergy, drapes over the shoulders.
A chainmail coif is an essential piece of any medieval knight ensemble, and our Riveted Aluminum Chainmail Coif makes a great option for fulfilling that need. The mail hood offers protection to the head, neck, and shoulders.
On Sale For: $124.20
Your head is your most important weapon in battle, so make sure you give it the protection it deserves! The Medieval Chainmail Coif will guard your head, neck, and shoulders while providing you stunning historical style.
Nothing works better than chainmail for achieving the look of a medieval knight, ready for battle. The Riveted Dark Aluminum Chainmail Coif offers a light weight option for LARP events or historical festivals.