Load bearing belt (c-belt, lendenier)

$89

308 sold

Find your natural waist and measure its circumference.

Measure around your hips at their widest point, level with your buttocks.

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Description

The load bearing belt (c-belt, lendenier) is a mandatory accessory for participants in medieval combat. It is necessary for attaching armor protection to the legs. However, finding a suitable and convenient belt can be challenging for many fighters. We have tried various options and understand the inconvenience that can arise.

Army systems are not ideal for our sport as the weight of plate legs partially hangs on the shoulders. Also, it is not historical and is disliked by some fighters. Although a historical vest can be used, it is difficult to sew. If not sewn correctly, the entire weight of the plate legs will hang on the shoulders.

The leather belt is also popular, but if it is narrow, it can cut into the skin during a fight and slide down while moving.

Therefore, we present our new development – the load-bearing belt for attaching plate legs. It is an excellent choice for keeping the armor in place and ensuring good protection. We designed the belt using cloth, batting, and leather, with historical styling although there is no historical example.

The belt expands at the back and sides, so the cloth base fits the body comfortably, evenly distributing the weight of the armor. It will not cut into the skin or slide down during the battle.

We sewed leather to the belt to allow you to attach your leg armor. We made them extra wide to ensure that the belt firmly holds the armor and does not let you down during the battle. You can adjust the belt for comfort with two leather straps at the front.

We invite you to try our load bearing belt (c-belt, lendenier), and we sincerely hope that you find it to your liking.

Under armor padding FAQ


We understand the importance of a well-fitting padded set for both comfort and protection in buhurt. Here is the guide on how to take your measurements for your gambezone and padded chausses (or pants).

Here’s a guide for the measurements for the under-armor padded set:

Body:

  • B (Height): Stand tall and measure your height in centimeters (cm) without shoes.
  • F (Chest Circumference): Wrap the tape around your chest at its fullest point, keeping it parallel to the ground. Breathe normally, don’t inflate your chest!
  • G (Waist Circumference): Find your natural waist and measure its circumference. Avoid tightening excessively.
  • H (Hips Circumference): Measure around your hips at their widest point, level with your buttocks.
  • Weight: Weigh yourself in kilograms (kg) for accurate size charts.

Arms:

  • S (Sleeve Length): With your arm relaxed, measure from your shoulder joint to your wrist bone, slightly bending your elbow.

Legs:

  • Y (Leg Length): Stand straight and measure from your belt line down to the floor.
  • AB (Groin to Floor): For extra protection, measure from your groin area down to the floor while squatting slightly.
  • I (Thigh Circumference): Find the widest part of your thigh and measure its circumference.
  • J (Thigh Above Knee): Measure around your thigh just above the knee.
  • K (Calf Circumference): Wrap the tape around the widest part of your calf.
  • L (Ankle Circumference): Measure your ankle circumference, ensuring a snug but comfortable fit.

Preferred Length:

  • Gambezone Length: Decide your desired length and measure from the base of your neck down your front to that point.

Additional Tips:

  • If unsure about any measurement, err on the slightly bigger side for adjustments later.
  • Use a flexible measuring tape and stand on a level surface.
  • Double-check your measurements for accuracy.

Remember: Proper measurements for the under-armor padded set ensure a perfect fit, maximizing your comfort and protection in the heat of battle. Conquer the measuring tape and dominate the battlefield!

measurements for the under-armor padded set FAQ

Additional information

Weight 0.2 kg
Size

106-117, 84-94, 90-100, 92-102, Made-to-measure