Roman Belts and Baldrics from Medieval Collectables
We have a large variety of leather roman belts and baldrics that are sure to be a great addition to your roman outfit. Our roman belts and baldrics are authentic looking for that re-enactment or theater production. We have several styles of roman belts such as the Gladiator belt, Roman soldiers belt, Roman baldrics, and the regular roman belt. All our roman belts are handcraft and made with quality leather. We now have added studded war skirts and gladiator skirts to this category. Medieval Collectables has quality leather roman belts, baldrics and skirts at affordable prices.
This wide kidney belt offers great protection in the coliseum. Made of an aged dyed leather, the belt has three adjustable straps with antiqued brass buckles for a secure fit. This is a classic style Gladiator belt.
The baldric is the leather strap that goes across your chest and lets your sword hang at your hip. This Roman Leather Baldric is styled after the ones from ancient Rome and is a perfect accent to any legionnaire or Centurion look.
Our War Skirts are made from top quality 7/8 oz. leather, making them very sturdy. These war skirts are available in black or brown with your choice of hardware, steel or brass. A great addition to any Roman or gladiator outfit.
Primarily ornamental, this Roman soldiers belt, called a Cinculum Militaire, was comprised of a studded leather belt with varying numbers of hanging leather strips and sometimes metal rings.
The Roman Commander Belt is made from harness grade leather and custom hand formed metal plates. This superb belt could only belong to a Roman Officer and hero, making it perfect for Centurions and Praetorians.
The Greek Royal Belt is a fantastic example of a classic Greek tasset that would have been worn and included with many sets of Grecian breastplates. This particular example matches the design that comes with our Royal Muscle Cuirass.
A traditional roman belt, this is not. Instead, this Roman Leather Belt is a suitable accessory to include any time you don your Roman armour, as this belt more closely resembles a tasset belt, complete with hanging leather adornments.
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This Roman Belt is an impressive and striking accessory that features impressive brass adornments across its surface. You could also call this belt a balteus or a cingulum, which are Latin words that respectively mean belt and girdle.
This Roman Brass Decorative Belt With Apron is modeled after the Roman cingulum, allowing re-enactors and Roman enthusiasts to create a look and style that is impressively authentic, as well as incredibly detailed, from head to toe.
This Centurion Belt is titled as such not because it possesses details worthy of a ranked officer, but because it is modeled after the belt worn by one such centurion, named Facilis, who served in the XX legion during the first century.
The Silver Greek Royal Belt is a fantastic example of a Greek and Roman tasset that many warriors would have favored. Indeed, this tasset is similar in design to the one that comes included with our classic looking Royal Muscle Cuirass!
This belt is the perfect accent to an assortment of Roman military looks, complementing the armor of decorated officers and generals alike! The RGZM Legionary Belt is an impressive decorative belt complete with an ornately plated apron.
This Decorative Brass Roman Belt with Apron is modeled after the Roman cingulum, allowing re-enactors and Roman enthusiasts to create a look and style that is impressively authentic, as well as incredibly detailed, from head to toe.
It should come as no surprise that Roman soldiers had a need to wear a belt. After all, it was necessary to carry their gladius. A belt, though, could also be a symbol of status, as is the case with this Roman Cingulum Belt.
This Roman belt is something of an elaborate affair, featuring several unique touches that make it an impressive accent, to be sure. The 1st Century Roman Legionary Disc Belt serves well as an addition to any military based Roman costume or look.
Given their need to wear a sword (and oftentimes a dagger, too), it should come as no surprise that Roman legionaries often wore belts as a part of their attire. This Roman Military Belt is an example of one they would have favored.
The style of Roman warriors is iconic, and few pieces of that style stand out like the cingulum belt. Based upon the design of cingulum belts from the first century, the Roman Mainz Belt is an authentic addition to your armor.
The She Wolf Cingulum Roman Belt is a heavily and beautifully adorned accessory for a Roman soldier, featuring wild beasts on its golden accents. Add this belt to your Roman warrior outfit to add a touch of authentic appeal.
In the Legion, it is important to set yourself apart from the rank and file of troops. Stand out by adding this Legionary Cingulum Belt, an accessory to your full set of armor that offers both functionality and classic Roman flair.
Few pieces of the Roman warrior look are more iconic than the apron belt, with its stunning adornments and beautiful leather. The Roman Tekije Belt with Apron is a unique take on this belt, based on a find from first century Serbia.
Based on a find from an archaeological dig in Serbia, the Roman Tekije Belt is a remarkable piece that will add a unique touch to your historical ensemble. The design of the belt is thousands of years old, dated to first century AD.