Crusader Armor from Medieval Collectables
Are you looking for Crusader armor for both functionality and to provide you the best protection during the sword fight or re-enactment battle. Medieval Collectables has both functional steel crusader armor and leather crusader armor. Our Crusader Knight armor comes in breastplates, bracers, greaves, paldrons, and arm armor. Many pieces of the armor have symbols of Templar Knights cross, Hospitalers cross and the Teutonic Knights cross on them. Knight armor is one of the most popluar types of armor used in movies, used in homes, and stage fighting and reenactment.
These gauntlets are made from suede leather and are very comfortable and soft. Whether you do real sword reenacting or LARPing, if you want to avoid losing grip of your weapon due to sweaty hands, you will need a good pair of gloves.
On Sale For: $22.80
This Leather Brigandine is an impressive piece of work. It has a base of vegetable-tanned leather covered with medium weight leather plates. This brigandine is ideal for LARP. It is actually form-fitting and comfortable to wear.
On Sale For: $323.00
To protect the back of the hand, we have added mail on our black leather gauntlets and also placed cupped steel lames around the cuff. These gauntlets offer good protection to the hand, wrist, and lower arm from a slash or draw cut.
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.
The Merc Cuirass is a creation combining leather and steel. The main portion of the breastplate is made of 18 gauge steel. The shoulder area and the entire backplate are made up of 7-8 ounce medium weight black leather.
On Sale For: $130.15
The Merc Steel Pauldrons have a molded shoulder plate and two lower lames that protect the upper arm. These striking pauldrons look great with the matching Merc Cuirass body armour, which is sold separately.
On Sale For: $64.60
We are now proud to offer the most sought after mail. Identical to our butted mail except for each link is riveted and dipped in zinc to prevent rust. This Riveted Steel Mail Shirt matches our Riveted Steel Mail Coif, item ED9325.
Chainmail shirts have come a long way since the Middle Ages, spreading from function to fashion and more. The 60 Inch Soldier Grade Mail Shirt features an iconic chainmail shirt with great level of comfort and protection.
The Complete Merc Armour Package will go a long way to making you look like a warrior fit for battle. Less of a traditional suit of armor, this plate is more for the warrior who is willing to go anywhere and fight anything.
On Sale For: $271.70
Not all warriors on the medieval field of battle were knights clad in plate. In fact, not all warriors even preferred plate armor. Some, like the foot soldiers, used something closely related to this Riveted Leather Brigandine Armor.
These bracers are a compliment to any medieval or fantasy warriors outfit. They are made of layered 7/8 oz. leather and are available in black, brown, dragons blood red, forest green, or midnight blue! They lace up in the back.
The smaller and finer worked the rings are, the more protection. Our Heros Chainmail Hauberk is crafted of butted, 17 gauge steel rings which are only 3/16 inches round, providing an unsurpassed leveled of protection.
The Enclosed Arm Protection is definitely a step up from regular arm bracers. If you need inner and outer forearm and elbow protection, then this is your perfect match. It is made from 18-gauge steel and accented with domed rivets.
On Sale For: $77.90
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.
These Gothic Gauntlets are a product of German design, possessing a style that pairs them nicely with the gothic armor that the Holy Roman Empire was known for. Not only are they impressive to see, but they are also functional.
Rescuing damsels in distress and slaying evil dragons can often take the gleam out of armour. For the LARPer who seeks battle gear worthy of a knight in shining armour, the Enclosed Leg Protection is a great pair to add to your set.
On Sale For: $130.15
Looking for a simple accessory? Try our wrist cuffs out, that add that extra detail, but are not near the size of a full arm bracer. The same as our Plain Wrist Cuff, this style has the addition of a studded cross in the center.
Perfect for reenactors or stage performers who need authentic looks, but do not need authentic weight! This light mail utilizes aluminum rings, riveted for durability. Even if you wear it all day long you will hardly notice the weight.
This handsome Butted Steel Mail Shirt measures approximately 36 inches from the top of the shoulders to the hem line. Sleeves hang to just below the elbow on most average-height warriors, providing plenty of protection.
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.
These steel tassets are a great addition to the Merc Cuirass. The Merc Tassets are only compatible with the Merc Cuirass. The Cuirass has steel pegs on the fauld, and these tassets have matching holes to fit on to those pegs.
On Sale For: $51.30
One of the most iconic pieces of chainmail armor, chainmail shirts have spread from their original function to fashion and beyond. The 48 Inch Soldier Grade Mail Shirt combines form and function in its comfortable design.
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.
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.
If you plan on putting together your own armor, this Knights Plated Leg Protection is a good way to go as far as keeping your legs safe. Not only does it offer good defense, but it also opens a world of versatility for your armored look.
Virtually every piece of armor had some importance to a warrior, although the gauntlets had a special significance. After all, Steel Gauntlets are ideally suited for protecting the hands without limiting their range of movement.
The hand is particularly vulnerable in close-quarters combat, and so the medieval gauntlet became an important piece of armor. Medieval Mitton Gauntlets, like these, were of use to warriors who wanted their hands to remain protected.
Sometimes, your sword or shield arm just needs that extra bit of defense. This Knights Steel Manifer is a perfect piece of armor to own when you just need the protection for one arm, while keeping your other hand free for use.
Leather half gauntlets provide great protection for your wrist and the top of your hand when sword fighting. Made of 13/15 oz. leather, they are suitable for SCA and LARP. They are offered in one size but are available in many colors.
Not all medieval gauntlets were flexible and jointed. After all, joints were the weakest point of an armor. These Steel Half Gauntlets eliminate that weakness, and instead, feature solid construction that helps to keep your hands safe.
The ornate and rich looking style of this Gilt Cross Knights Breastplate and Backplate ensures both personal protection and an impressive presence, so that both enemy and ally take notice of you on the battlefield.
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.
More-so than his weapons, a warriors hands were his tools, as they allowed him to deftly wield weapons in battle. These Medieval Gauntlets were designed to provide protection to the hands, while leaving dexterity intact.
Covering your hips and thighs, the Baron Grade Mail Skirt protects you from those who would take advantage of any gaps in your plate armor, the preferred type of armor in the late medieval period.
When it comes to plate armor, even the joints are deserving of good protection. These Warriors Steel Knee Guards are a point of protection that allows you to move your leg and use your knee, while encasing it in a layer of steel.
Gaining popularity during the late medieval period, chainmail skirts, such as the Titanium Mail Skirt, offer critical protection for any gaps that exist in the plate armor that covers your hips and thighs.
Any warrior knows that the quickest way to ones heart is directly through the ribs, and that is what makes a breastplate so important! This Medieval Templar Breastplate offers a good defense and also some unique style for your look, too.
When you need extra protection for your arms from the gaps in plate mail, mail voiders are the obvious solution. The Titanium Mail Voiders offer high-quality mail underarm protection to improve the fit and comfort of your armor.
In the late medieval period, plate armor was the preferred type of armor, which made the protection offered by mail skirts ideal. The Earl Grade Mail Skirt protects you from gaps in your plate armor.
Every dark knight needs quality armor so you can begin with the Butted Short Sleeved Blackened Chainmail Hauberk. The traditional design of this armor can offer you protection from a variety of attacks while engaged in battle.
On Sale For: $160.00
These Chainmail Warrior Gloves are a comfortable medium between plated steel protection and mobility, ensuring that your hands are well-protected, while still preserving the dexterity necessary for good swordplay in combat.
A mail skirt guards your hips and thighs, which plate mail may leave partially unprotected in the gaps between pieces. The Knight Grade Mail Skirt offers this crucial protection for your lower half.
Chainmail skirts gained popularity during the late medieval period when plate armor was the armor of choice, so only the gaps between plates needed mail protection. The Count Grade Mail Skirt covers your hips and thighs.
Before you set out on a journey be sure to have the necessary gear like the Riveted Long Sleeved Blackened Chainmail Hauberk. Embrace the safety and comfort of an item like this when engaging in battle or reenactments.
On Sale For: $650.00
Dominate the killing field with a sword in your hand and the Riveted Long Sleeved Chainmail Hauberk on your body. Take no chances when in battle and protect yourself with a true old world design that has been utilized for centuries.
On Sale For: $485.00
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: $45.00
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.
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.
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.
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.
A chainmail shirt with shorter sleeves, or haubergeon, was often worn underneath a plate hauberk in the 14th century. The 48 Inch Soldier Grade Mail Haubergeon offers great protection for your torso and shoulders.
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.
Notable for its shorter sleeves and length, the haubergeon, or Little Hauberk, was often worn under a plated hauberk in the 14th century. The 48 Inch Mercenary Grade Mail Haubergeon offers great coverage and protection.
Differing from the shorted haubergeon, a hauberk features full sleeves and knee-length protection. The 48 Inch Mercenary Grade Mail Hauberk protects its wearer while still allowing the range of motion needed for battle.
The tunic of mail called a hauberk supplies great defensive coverage with its full sleeves and knee-length design. The 60 Inch Soldier Grade Mail Hauberk protects the body during battle without restricting movement.
Chainmail voiders offer protection to your arms from the gaps that occur in plate armor in that area. The Baron Grade Mail Voiders offer high-quality mail underarm protection to improve the fit and comfort of your armor.
The 60 Inch Soldier Grade Mail Haubergeon includes a shorter chainmail shirt with partial sleeves. The haubergeon, meaning Little Hauberk, was often worn under a plated hauberk in the 14th century.
Knee-length with full sleeves, a hauberk offers some of the most comprehensive coverage possible for chainmail armor. The 60 Inch Mercenary Grade Mail Hauberk combines ease of movement with effective protection on the battlefield.
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.