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A gambeson type 4

A gambeson type 4

Century: XIV, XV
A gambeson type 4. Medieval Market, Gambeson type 4

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A gambeson type 4 - Medieval Market, Gambeson type 4
A gambeson type 4 - Medieval Market, Gambeson type 4
A gambeson type 4 - Medieval Market, Gambeson type 4

CODE Material
PMLR0171LinenHand-made 359.00 EUR
PMLS0170LinenMixed 210.00 EUR

* Please write the extra wishes in the place 'additional information' at the end of the order.

** the price of a material button: 1,5 euro
    the price of a moulded button: 1,5 euro

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A medieval gambeson with horizontal seems below the waist, no collar. This gambeson is well fitted to the trunk. In the standard version, gambeson is fastened at the front with 14 tin buttons and with 5 buttons on each sleeve; sleeves from shoulder to elbow are vertically patterned. Lethear straps for attaching the elements of armor are not included.

Average; 2 layers of wadding on body, 1 layer on arms (with streghtening on elbows and shoulders)

Click here to check out available in stock Gambesos type 4.

were a cheap protection for the fighting men in the Middle Ages, but only the poorest ones used only them as their single armour. For others they were a part of a complete protective armament, providing amortization of the hit and the protection of attritions from the armour. Among padded protective elements we can find: gambesons protecting the trunk and hands, padded gloves, padded coifs and separate hoses. They were sewn from layers of a fabric. In the 13th century gambesons were long and rather badly-fitted to the figure. They were usually put over the head and buttoned only near the neck. Later, with the development of other elements of the armour, gambesons were shorter and better fitted to the body. In the 14th and the 15th centuries they were usually buttoned at the front or laced up.

Gambeson stuffing/layering

Normally we use:
- linen first layer
- second strengthening layer (cotton)
- few layers of batting(for specific numbers, see description of the chosen quilted garment)
- linen lining

In all arming garments (quilted hood etc.), you can change the padding. Click on this picture to see different options of padding available in our shop:
• Gambesons and long quilted legs

• Small quilted arming garments

If you decide to change the padding, please write the code of chosen padding (Y1-Y13) in the "additional information" box in one of the next steps of ordering.

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