Chainmail - Ragnar - Epic Black - XS / S

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Chainmail - Ragnar - Epic Black - kolczuga przeznaczona do larpów, wykonana ze stali.

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Dane

Waga [g] 7250
Typ Pancerz larpowy metalowy
Marka Epic Armoury
Styl Imperialny / Celtycki
Długość [cm] 90
Obwód [cm] 86
Długość rękawa [cm] 25

Chainmail - Ragnar - Epic Black - kolczuga przeznaczona do larpów , wykonana ze stali.

Materiał - stal oksydowana (czerniona). Proces ten oprócz nadania estetycznego wyglądu zabezpiecza też przed korozją. 

Chroni cały tułów, ręce i uda. Splot kolczy 4w1. Pachy wzmocnione kółkami nitowanymi.

kolor: stylizowana  przyciemniana stal (do czarnego)
rozmiar: XS / S
długość: 90cm
obwód: 86cm
długość rękawa: 25cm
waga: 7250g

The battle has lasted for three long days and the blood from both sides runs knee deep. You are exhausted and are unsure how much longer you can last when you see a break in the front lines. The enemy is making a last desperate push.

You are caught in front of their wave, and you feel the awful force of an enemy sword slash across your gut. Your Ragnar Chainmail stops the blade from cutting, buying you the time to fight back and slay your foe.

DETAILS

Epic Armoury's new Epic Black Ragnar Chainmail is a flexible mail armour shirt made from linked steel rings. The mail covers the body from the shoulder to the thighs, and has long sleeves protecting the arms to the wrists. Each butted ring interlocks with four other rings in a 4-in-1 design, while the armpits are reinforced with riveted rings designed to cope with additional stress. Treated with Epic Armoury’s Dark Metal coat to prevent rust, you can expect this armour to last a long time as reenactment gear with proper metal care.

The Ragnar Chainmail is long sleeve mail great for heavy medieval infantry and sergeants, as well as early knights. Wear it over one of our gambesons for the most comfort and authentic wear. Pair this armour with additional Epic Armoury metal works and clothing to fit your character’s needs.

HISTORY

  • One of the oldest types of armour in the world, still used today in modern protective technologies to protect against slashing
  • Introduced in the 4th century B.C. around the famous battle between the Greeks and Persians at Thermopylae
  • Popular in Roman and early medieval ages by infantry and early knights