Late medieval breast-plate Churburg
Fully battle-ready reconstruction of the breast plate of the famous late medieval Churburg-armour.
It's dated around 1360 AD and made out of nine steel plates which are rivetd to big pieces of leather on the back-side.
Due to this construction the harness is quite articulated and fits actually everybody.
Like the original which can be seen in the South Tyrolean castle and museum Churburg the steel-plates have got a brass lining and a solid "V" on the front.
The breast-plate is size adjustable with the leather-straps and brass buckles at the back-side.
A great piece of reconstructed history!
- Material: capprox. 1.6 mm Steel, Brass and Leather
- Chest girth: from 105 to approx. 126 cm
- Weight: approx. 6.00 kg
- Stock: In Stock
- Model: 2541
- Weight: 11.00
- SKU: 1016608602