The Chalkis Brigandine was discovered in the ruins of the fortress of Chalcis, on the Greek island of Euboea, and fits the XIV-XV century Europe armor kits.
The plates are attached to reliable wool and canvas cover.
Each rivet got a leather washer to ensure maximal reliability of the attachment of the plates.
The brigandine is made longer than usual – to cover the hip joints.
Thickness for hardened steel:
- Chest 1 mm
- Front part 0.8 mm
- Top of the back 1.2 mm
- Back part 1 mm
- Sides 1 mm
The Chalkis Brigandine is made to measure reliable body protection for full contact battles.