This pair of 14th Century banded legs in the splint style are complete with steel banded linen thigh, and shin guards with solid tempered spring steel knee cop that offers the best movement and leg protection for re-enactors. Made from 1mm tempered sping steel.
These pair of banded legs have been made to suit these 14thC arms.
Length Overall: 940mm (37") ~ 990mm (39")
Upper leg (Thigh) circumference: 660mm (26") to 800mm (31.5")
Knee Diameter: up to 145mm (5.75")
Lower leg (Shin/Calf) circumference: 380mm (15") to 530mm (21")
Ankle to Knee Length: 390mm (15.3")
Thigh to Knee Length: 450mm (18")
Because the braces are tied to the pourpoint, the overall length is adjustable, and could easily be shortened by up to 80mm.
Weight: >6kg (pair)
Combat readiness score : 10 of 10
Historical Sources: One of the popular types of leg protection in the middle of the XIVth century, namely brigandine-and-splint leg protection was used together with brigandine-and-splint armor protection. Such armor was completed with plate shoes, sabatones. Brigandine-and-splint armor of Kaiser Gunther von Schwarzburg (mid-XIVth century) was not the most expensive, but very elegant armor. Its owner was a knight who was lucky to become a kaiser for a year (and he wasn't lucky then as he died "from a long illness" after the accession of the new kaiser).