Peasant Armor from Medieval Collectables
Peasant back during Medieval times did not wear much armor. Peasant armor was highly unlikely, because peasant did not have much money to spend because of the high taxes they had to pay to the nobility. Most peasants used leather for armor, that were hides from farm animals such as cows or animal hides from the wilderness such as bison and deer. Animal hides were skinned and dried out by the sun and then formed into armor protection such as breastplates, arm bracers and wrist bracers. Medieval Collectables is your leader in the Medieval industry in high quality peasant leather armor.
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.
Made of 18-gauge steel and decked with rolled edges and rivets, the Warrior Gorget is a great addition to your defense. Its traditional, simple design goes with a variety of looks and is fully compatible with other Epic Armoury pieces.
On Sale For: $33.25
These bracers are a compliment to the medieval warriors outfit. They are made of 13/15 oz. thick armor grade leather, allowing them to provide great protection whenever you battle or enter into a reenactment.
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. They measure 2.5 inches wide and come in several wrist sizes. They fasten by two snaps.
Let all mighty warriors heed this advice, whether battlemage or knight. Be fully prepared for an epic battle between good and evil. It matters not which side you choose, the Dark Drake Gorget provides protection to your lower neck.
On Sale For: $46.55
Prosperity and peace mark the successful rule of your family line, but now a threat arises to destroy all for which your people have strived. Lead your knights to victory with the King Gorget safeguarding your neck and upper chest.
On Sale For: $42.75
Inspired by the 14th century Battle of Wisby in Gotland, the Wisby Suede Leather Brigandine offers protection equivalent to a cuirass while allowing more flexibility because of superposition of bands along the leather body.