Visby brigandine gloves


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The Visby brigandine gloves are a must-have for any historical reenactor or SCA fighter looking to recreate the armor of the 14th century. These gloves are specifically designed to reenact the Battle of Visby in 1361.

Made of hardened spring steel 1mm, these gloves offer protection against sword strikes, while also providing the wearer with a great deal of mobility.

However, it is important to note that the plates on these gloves are small and may not withstand hard strikes from polearms.


  • Made of hardened spring steel 1mm.
  • Weight 1860 g/pair
  • Leather gloves included
  • The cuff is regulated for extra mobility

One of the standout features of these gloves is their weight. Weighing in at 1860 g/pair, these gloves are relatively lightweight and won’t impede your movements during battle.

The Visby brigantine gloves also come with leather gloves, providing extra protection and comfort for the wearer. Additionally, the cuff is adjustable, allowing for extra mobility and a customized fit.

Overall, the Visby brigandine gloves are an excellent choice for historical reenactors and SCA fighters. Looking to recreate the armor of the 14th century? These gloves offer a great balance of protection and mobility, and their lightweight design ensures that they won’t weigh you down during the battle.

Hand Armor FAQ

A, B and F – are measurements for the gauntlets required to make them or find out the right size.

Gather your tools:

  • Paper
  • Pen
  • Flexible measuring tape
Hand measurements for the gauntlets FAQ 1

Step 1: Trace your handprint:

Lay your hand flat, fingers relaxed. Carefully outline your entire hand, including fingertips and wrist.

Hand measurements FAQ 2

Step 2: Palm length:

Grab the measuring tape and measure the straight line from your middle finger’s tip to your palm’s base at the wrist. This is your palm length (A).

Step 3: Knuckle width:

Using the outline you drew on the paper in step 1, measure the straight-line distance across the knuckles (B).

Hand measurements FAQ 3

Step 4: Palm circumference:

Keep your fingers relaxed and together. Wrap the tape snugly around your knuckles This is your palm circumference (F).

Hand measurements FAQ 4

Pro tips for perfect sizing:

  • Dominant hand: If one hand is larger, mark it for specific size checks.
  • Size up: When between sizes, opt for slightly larger measurements for the gauntlets
Hand measurements FAQ 5

Additional information

Weight 2 kg