Leather Breastplates from Medieval Collectables
A breastplate is a plate or set of plates that covers the front of the body from the neck to a little below the waist. Breastplates are the oldest pieces of body armour and were worn in the middle ages. Medieval Collectable's leather breastplates are hand crafted from 13/15 ounce quality armour grade leather. Our leather breast plates are great to wear alone or over a chainmail shirt. Our leather breastplates are great for LARP and LRP events as well as SCA events. Our Leather breastplates are custom made to your measurements to ensure a good fit that is a necessity on the battle field. Medieval Collectables has many styles of leather breastplates that range from medieval breastplates to fantasy breastplates.
Inspired by the medieval coat of plates armor, this Bohemond Leather Breastplate offers a superior level of protection at a minor weight, allowing this armor to be worn comfortably whether you are at the fair or marching to battle.
This simple yet effective harness is our least expensive route to body protection. Modeled after a genuine 14th century style, it provides basic protection with good mobility, and even kidney protection.
A good leather breastplate is not hard to find when you are looking at this Beaufort Breastplate. Simple yet striking, this armor combines medieval style and quality materials into an armor that looks great while keeping you safe.
Although there is no doubting that this Briar Breastplate With Pauldrons is a handsome suit of armor, there is so much more to it than that. It is possible and even likely that underneath this leather armor is a skilled warrior.
Years before the Crusades, Jean Beaudoin was working to provide free passage to the Holy Land for Christians. This Baudouin Leather Breastplate is named after that benefactor and echoes a look that befits any early era Crusader.
Several small plates can often be just as effective as one large plate. For proof, you need only look at this Bohemond Breastplate and Pauldron Set, which mimics the look and design of the medieval coat of plates in leather.
A warriors first concern in armor should be protection, and this breastplate delivers on that. Style comes second, although in the case of this Broderic Breastplate with Pauldrons, style is intrinsic thanks to its masterful design.
Shoulder armor has taken this leather breastplate and transformed it entirely. Not only has its look changed, but the Beaufort Breastplate With Pauldrons also offers a higher degree of protection and a more impressive design.
Named after Jean Beaudoin, who was an early benefactor of the church before the Crusades, this Baudouin Breastplate and Pauldron Set offers not only solid core protection but a bit of defense in the form of defensive shoulder pieces.
One would think that a warriors breastplate would be simple, straightforward, and lacking in decoration, but such is not the case here. Functionality does not stop the Broderic Breastplate from being impressively detailed.
Sometimes, unadorned is a good thing. In its austerity, this Borge Breastplate and Pauldron Set achieves a distinctive look, one that brings defense and a unique sort of style to any ranger, soldier, or fighters overall appearance.
Warriors seeking a distinctive and colorful look might consider this Briar Breastplate. Unlike its metal counterparts, this breastplate is lightweight and maneuverable, and it has a rich look that puts many metal armors to shame.
Leather is the armor of choice for assassins for a reason. Not only can it help to ward off blows, but it is light and flexible. Those qualities are well preserved in this Behan Breastplate and Pauldron Set and its roguish design.
Not all warriors prefer their armor fancy, ornate, and adorned. Some prefer something more subdued. And for those who want their armor speak for their austerity, nothing beats the look of this Borge Leather Breastplate.
Leather is the armor of choice for assassins and rogues for a reason. Not only can it help to ward off blows, but it is light and flexible. Those qualities are well preserved in this Behan Leather Breastplate, as is a roguish style.