Get Dressed For Battle
Dress your best at your next historical reenactment with the wide variety of products offered by Get Dressed For Battle. At Medieval Collectables, we carry a range of their quality medieval reenactment supplies, including excellent chainmail, steel plate armour, battle ready helmets, medieval clothing, arming wear, and replica weapons. The chainmail shirts, mail coifs, mail voiders, and other fine pieces come in various grades of steel as well as titanium, allowing you to find the right item for your needs. The medieval shoes, period shirts, cloaks, and other pieces of medieval apparel ensure that anyone can outfit themselves in style. Also, do not just dress the part - make sure you have all the proper accessories with the selection of bucklers, spearheads, axe heads, replica daggers, leather pouches, and medieval dishes you can find here. Peruse the selection available here, and you will see a great variety of quality reenactment products.
A fully articulated and wearable harness in the German Gothic style of the late 15th century. Armour of this type is generally sleeker fitting and less rounded than Milanese armour of the same period, thanks to its terminating points.
This Chainmail shirt provides an economical garment for the role-player. The mail shirt fits up to 44 inch chest size, measured over a gambeson. The construction is butted round rings made of 16 gauge steel that are zinc plated.
This Milanese harness displays the characteristic robust and rounded appearance of armour produced in northern Italy throughout the 15th century. Armour of this type incorporates large and smooth glancing surfaces in its construction.
This is the most economical construction of chainmail, as the cost of riveting is avoided. Butted maille has limited historical precedent but is great for costuming and role-playing where strict construction authenticity is not a required.
The armor of choice when it came to the 15th century soldier was a marked improvement from earlier eras. After all, this 15th Century European Cuirass certainly looks like effective armor, one that would afford a great deal of defense.
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.
The sallet or salade was a popular and elegant headpiece in use across much of Europe throughout the second half of the 15th century. Various forms developed during this time, they all fitted closely to the front and sides of the head.
Valsgarde is one of the oldest known excavation sites in Sweden. Containing an untold amount of treasures from the last two millenniums, there is no way to measure its importance. This helm is estimated to be from the 8th century.
The Medieval hosen or pants were generally accepted male fashion for most of the Middle Ages and Renaissance Era. These Medieval hosen are made of 100% Cotton and are taper cut with a drawstring waist, button fly, and tied front closure.
Our Medieval Tunic is suitable for use with many period outfits. This Medieval Tunic features half sleeves, split neckline, and is made of cotton. Our Medieval Tunic comes in a range of colors and sizes to suit any need or taste.
Made to protect the shin, these greaves are designed to be used with the upper thigh protection afforded by AB0064 and are a part of the Milanese Suit of Armour AB0063. This amour was produced in Italy throughout the 15th century.
This fully wearable suit of armour is based on the famous harness housed in the Castle of Churburg. This armour is believed to have been made in Milan by armorers of the Missiglian family during the second half of the 14th century.
The Bascinet is the most common form of helmet used in the middle ages. Originally developed to be worn under the great helm or barrel helm, the bascinet eventually evolved to include a retractable visor.
Whether you are looking for fashion or function, the iconic look of a chainmail shirt makes a compelling option. The 55 Inch Soldier Grade Mail Shirt combines comfort and protection with its great design.
This laced sleeved medieval shirt is suitable for use with many period outfits, this authentically-tailored shirt features a collarless laced neck with toggles, and billowed sleeves grommeted and laced from shoulder to cuff.
The European Breastplate is one of the most essential parts of a suit of armor. It protects most of the bodies vital organs. In fact, breastplates are so important, they were used all the way into World War I.
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 Medieval Hooded Cloak features a full hood. The hooded cloak is made of wool blend with cotton lining. This cloak can be worn by Men and Women. It is perfect for LARP, theater, SCA and any Medieval or Renaissance costumes.
Made to protect the arms, this armor is designed to be used with the gauntlets AB0068 and is part of the Milanese Suit of Armour AB0063. These Steel arms were produced in Italy throughout the 15th century.
This laced medieval shirt is suitable for use with many period outfits. This authentic shirt features a collarless laced neck with toggles, buttoned cuffs and billowed sleeves. The laced medieval shirt is available in Black and Natural.