Full Arm Armour from Medieval Collectables
Medieval Collectables has Medieval, Gothic and Fantasy styled Full Arm Amour. All functional full arm armour is sold as a pair. All our full arm armour is fully functional and can be made in different gauges of steel. We are sure that our functional arm armour will provide you with the protection you need during that medieval re-enactment. Some full arm armour is made to order, wait time will vary depending on the time of year, give us a call if you need more information.
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.
Historically offering additional protection to 15th century infantry soldiers, jack chains like these Rogue Jack Chains were added to padded arming jackets - or jacks - to guard the arms against slashing sword blows.
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Keeping your arms safe in battle should be a priority, if only because they are what let you keep wielding your weapons and defending yourself. This Gothic Arm Armour will go a long way towards encasing your arms in protective steel.
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If you plan on putting together your own suit of armor, this Knights Plated Arm Protection is the way to go as far as keeping your arms safe. Not only does it offer defense, but it also opens a world of versatility for your armored look.
The joints are often were armor is weakest, which is why there are so many specialized pieces that protect those areas. These Gothic Couters, for instance, are designed to protect your elbows, keeping them safe from directed strikes.
When it comes to plate armor, even the joints are deserving of good protection. These Warriors Steel Elbow Guards are a point of protection that allows you to move your arm and use your elbow, while encasing it in a layer of steel.
A typical lorica segmentata, the armor favored by Roman soldiers, covered only the chest and shoulders. In order for a soldier to protect their arms as well, they would have to don the additional Lorica Segmentata Arm Attachment.
The armor a gladiator wore often depended on their type, although a more common piece of gladiatorial armor was this Brass Gladiator Scaled Arm Guard. This protector offers the defense of metal armor in a rather lightweight package.
Plate armour offers excellent protection in battle, making the Steel Elias Full Arm Guards an ideal choice for LARPers and re-enactors. The arm armour runs from shoulder to wrist, providing complete coverage for maximum safety.
Experienced fighters know the importance of keeping your arms protected in battle. The Imperial Floating Elbow - Epic Dark Finish includes articulated steel armour that moves with your arm as you bend and flex your elbow.
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Experienced fighters know the importance of keeping your arms protected in battle. The Imperial Floating Elbow - Steel Finish includes articulated steel armour that moves with your arm as you bend and flex your elbow.
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Perfect for Renaissance fairs, LARP events, and other kinds of historical re-enactments, the Steel Gustav Full Arm Guards offer excellent protection while still allowing you to bend your elbow and move your arm as desired.
The Steel Balthasar Full Arm Guard is crafted from nine individual pieces in order to provide the most complete maneuverability possible. The arm armour even allows close bending of the elbow, making it ideal for battle.
The Ratio Elbow Armour comes as a set of steel elbow cups, also called couters, that are designed to protect the elbow joints. These functional elbow cups are rounded with reinforced ridges and decorative steel rivets.
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The Blackened Balthasar Full Arm Guard is crafted from nine individual pieces in order to provide the most complete maneuverability possible. The arm armour even allows close bending of the elbow, making it ideal for battle.
What fools! You observe the unarmored raging into battle. They return battered and bruised. No pity rests in your cold heart. You are a dark knight after all, and you are no fool, so you wear the Edward Darkened Full Arm Armour.
Inspired by arm protection popular from 1450 to 1550, the 15th Century Full Arm Armour features riveted leather inlays for comfort. In addition to protection, lateral hinges at the elbows allow maximum flexibility while fighting.
While medieval couters began as simple curved bits of metal, they were eventually developed into articulated joints. The Elbow Cops with Rondels display a design that goes well with armour styles ranging from 1250 to 1350.
Gaining popularity in the latter half of the 13th century, steel armour for covering the elbows and knees gradually became more common. The Historical Elbow Cops offer a classic look ideal for matching 1250-1350 armour styles.
Steel arm protection like the 14th Century Full Arm Armour was used during the transitional period of armour. The half rerebrace and vambrace design of the arms is inspired by several brass gravestone reliefs from the period.
The last dragon encounter taught an unsought lesson. You detest the smell of your own singed flesh. Nor do you relish claw marks on your forearm. Padding alone is not sufficient, which is why you chose the Edward Steel Full Arm Armour.
Starting in the second half of the 13th century, it became more common to see steel armour for covering the elbows and knees. The 13th Century Elbow Cops offer a classic look ideal for matching 1250-1350 armour styles.
In the latter half of the 13th century, steel armour for covering the elbows and knees started to become more common. The 13th Century Medieval Elbow Cops offer a classic look ideal for matching 1250-1350 armour styles.
For complete arm protection, you cannot go wrong with the Steel Markward Full Arm Guards. Featuring a versatile design, they are made up of seven 16 gauge polished steel segments, completely encasing the upper arm and forearm.
Wear the Blackened Markward Full Arm Guards for complete protection of the upper arm, forearm, and elbow, as well as a touch of stylish edge. Constructed of seven pieces, these steel arm guards are secured with buckled straps.
Steel armour for covering the elbows and knees started to become more common in the second half of the 13th century. The 13th Century Steel Elbow Cops offer a classic look ideal for matching 1250-1350 armour styles.
For full arm protection, the Blackened Gustav Full Arm Guards are a great choice. They feature a classic, versatile design with just the right details, such as their decorative grommets, layered look, and darkened, anti-rust finish.