Category Archives: Greaves

Ancient Greek Hoplite Greaves

 

Solidly constructed from steel and polished to a sleek and pristine look, these greaves are authentic reproductions of the ancient Grecian model that first popularized the trend. Consisting of a single rounded metal plate that protects the front of the leg, the rear is open to allow for greater mobility and range of movement. Adjustable leather straps can tailor the greave to fit any size wearer.

Specifications:
Overall Length: 15.5 Inches/ Handcrafted
Width: 7.5 Inches


Steel Markward Greaves

 

These are the “Markward” greaves, compatible to the rest of our “Markward” armour parts. They might be unadorned, but they look lean and elegant. Because of their simple design they fit many different armours and costumes you can combine them with.

 


Medieval Greaves Leg Armor

 

These medieval greaves are hand-crafted out of 18 gauge steel and are equipped with thick leather straps that adjust to fit your leg. Great for reenactments, role-playing, costumes, and collection. One size fit most.

 


Steel Jost Greaves

 

The Steel Jost Greaves showcase a striking look, displaying a riveted trim along the edges of the design. This pair of steel greaves offers coverage from your knee to ankle with a distinctive outward curve at the bottom. The simple curve provides extra space for moving your ankles to aid maneuverability.


Deluxe Medieval Greaves

 

These deluxe medieval greaves are hand-crafted out of 18 gauge steel and are equipped with thick leather straps that adjust to fit your leg. Great for reenactments, role-playing, costumes, and collection. One size fit most.

 


Steel Adam Greaves

 

The Steel Adam Greaves make an excellent choice for leg protection when you are heading into the fray of battle. These steel greaves display a bright metal finish that will go superbly with other pieces of LARP armour.

 


Medieval Steel Greaves

 

The Steel Greaves a great way to protect your legs and stay moving. The steel greaves offer coverage from knee to ankle with a distinctive outward curve at the bottom. The simple curve provides extra space for moving your ankles to aid maneuverability.

 


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