Knight of Fortune
Making the “Knight of Fortune” armour we tended to unite authenticity and aesthetics, flexibility and protection and SCA-oriented features with modern medieval martial arts formats.
Flagship version of this beautiful armour is decorated with etched patterns but this time we also provide main parts (arms, pauldrons and legs) unetched so you can make your own choice between beautiful decorations and authenticity.
Several new technologies has been implemented into this kit so pay careful attention to leather-covered brigandine body and top-notch laser-cut bargrill visor built as a perfect alternative to standard sport-style SCA bargrill visors.
One picture is worth a thousand words and we got plenty of them.
Functional combat suit of armor, 14th c.
Leather-covered combat body armor
Stainless steel etched demi-gauntlets
European combat pauldrons, 14th c.
Etched combat legs armour, 14th c.
European etched combat arms, 14th c.
Vambraces, elbows, rerebraces, 14th c.
Pauldrons with leather scallops, 14th c.
Medieval elbow protection, late 14th c.
Upper leg combat armor, late 14th c.
Lower leg combat armor, late 14th c.
Medieval armor poleyns, late 14th c.
Early bascinet helmet with nasal plate
Italian bascinet helm with 2 visors
Decorative etched stainless halberd head
Fingers protection plates for gauntlets
Stainless etched fighting buckler, 11″
Stainless etched fighting buckler, 14″
Woolen padded gambeson, late 14th c.
Tooled leather with thistle ornament
Medieval etched cloak clasp