Brigande bicepse armor


Practical and easy-to-use bicepse protection.

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Universal model that is well suited for both single battles and buhurts. The armor is made of a large number of long plates that lie one upon the other and are attached to the fabric base. Such a construction gives a very good mobility and protection to the brigande bicepse – it will suit comfortably on your hand and сover it from all sides, and the overlapping plates will allow them to better hold the punch. Each element painted in black to protect the steel from rusting. The cloth base consists of two layers, fastened together – a lasting tarpaulin on the inside and wool on the outside. This makes it wear resistant and more durable. The biceps protection is attached to the gambeson with the help of an armpoint and is fastened with leather strap on the arm.

Brigantine armor is very practical to use – it simply folds, comfortable in using, and easy to transport. And last but not least, this is a small price of this armor. If you need high-quality armor, but you do not want to spend a lot of money, then this option will suit you.

Arms Protection FAQ

General Recommendations for Measurements for Arms Armor:

Clothing: Measurements should be taken wearing the gambeson you intend to wear with the armor. Sweaters or jackets will not accurately reflect the thickness of the gambeson and could lead to ill-fitting armor.

Bare Arms: If you are ordering both arms and padding together, measuring your bare arms is acceptable. However, please clearly indicate on the measurement sheet that the measurements are for bare arms.

Measurements: Take all measurements with a flexible measuring tape, snug but not tight.

Additional Notes:

  • If your gambeson has any unusual features that might affect the fit of the armor, please describe them in the notes section.
  • For best results, have someone else take your measurements.
  • Feel free to include any other measurements you think might be helpful, such as elbow circumference.

Required measurements:

A. Weight: Measure your weight in kilograms or pounds.

B. Height: Measure your full height from head to toe.

M. Wrist Circumference: Measure above the gambeson, not on top of any leather straps.

N. Forearm Circumference: Measure the fullest part of the forearm.

V. Bicep Circumference: Measure the fullest part of the bicep, slightly flexed.

W. Forearm Length: Measure from the wrist joint to the tip of the elbow.

T. Shoulder Length: Measure from the point where the shoulder meets the neck to the tip of the elbow.

Measurements sheet for arms armor
arms measurements chart

Additional information


Hardened steel, Titanium