Hinged Greaves Plate Greaves Lord of Battles
Hinged Greaves Plate Greaves Lord of Battles
Hinged Greaves Plate Greaves Lord of Battles
Hinged Greaves Plate Greaves Lord of Battles

Warriors & Mercenaries

In LARP, a mercenary character will generally look like a battle-hardened veteran. No shiny full plate or fancy armor should be worn, but rather rugged, practical gear that can be worn during long marches.
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Archers

This history of archers and wars can inspire LARPers when creating their characters and their outfits. Different from the fantasy archetype of the ranger, the archer is a soldier first, not a hunter or a scout. They were sent to war or kept watch as part of garrison and city guards.
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Hinged Greaves

A16942

Regular price $175.00 CAD
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Description

These simple and efficient full plates medieval greeves  are a great piece of armor for kights, soldiers, and mercenaires in LARP and historical re-enactment. Completely enclosing the leg, they offer the maximum protection available for LARP and SCA combat. 

Characteristics

  • Sold by pair
  • 16 gauge steel
  • Adjustable with straps

Made in India by Lord of Battles

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Warriors & Mercenaries

In LARP, a mercenary character will generally look like a battle-hardened veteran. No shiny full plate or fancy armor should be worn, but rather rugged, practical gear that can be worn during long marches.
Discover the collection

Archers

This history of archers and wars can inspire LARPers when creating their characters and their outfits. Different from the fantasy archetype of the ranger, the archer is a soldier first, not a hunter or a scout. They were sent to war or kept watch as part of garrison and city guards.
Discover the collection

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