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Characteristics of medieval armor. In the fifteenth century, almost every part of his body was covered with plates of steel specifications, clothes typically worn over linen or wool and attached with straps and buckles. In areas where it was impossible to apply a rigid frame (eg the back of the knee) were used meshes of steel formed by rings attached to each other. Other famous members of the armor plate is the helm, the mitteni (gloves), the ruff, the front plate, the leg and shin guards.
Of Normally the full armor was made to measure. Often the armor went inside, military insignia, visible only to the rider. Clearly required many hours of work and great expense: cost, in proportion, about what a house or a luxury car of today. Only the nobles and landowners could then afford, while low-ranking soldiers were using cheaper armor (when they were able to buy them, at least). Usually they included a helmet and a face plate. The full armor made it almost impregnable by the soldier his sword, while also providing a good protection against arrows, bludgeons and muskets of the first shots. Even if the blades of the swords were not able to penetrate the plate (usually about 2 mm thick), the strokes could cause serious damage from concussion. The tactic that was used to counter the increasingly armored knights in fact, consisted in the use of impact weapons such as maces and war hammers. They were able to inflict fractures, hemorrhages, and cranial trauma. Another tactic was to target the gaps between the plates, using daggers to attack the eyes or joints of the rider.
Contrary to popular belief, medieval battle armor (early versions of the more practical "formal" and "Carousel" popular with the nobility in late medieval times) is not cluttered the rider most of the protections that are used today. An armored knight (trained since childhood to take it) could easily run, crawl, climb stairs, mount and dismount without using winches (one legend, it's probably from an old British comedy dating back to around 1830, popularized by Mark Twain A Yank at the court of King Arthur). It is estimated that a full plate armor medieval weighed on average just over 27 kg, considerably lighter equipment worn by elite troops of modern armies (such as the British SAS soldiers were trained to carry more than 90 kg for many km). On average in contemporary armies soldiers carry 40 kg of luggage in combat.