Milanese Knight's Belt

Medieval armour belt with steel plates

$149 $129

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16-21 Days
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5-8 Days
Manufacturing time
28-35 Days

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Milanese Knight's Belt

Medieval armour belt with steel plates

This belt has been made as a part of the Knight's Crusader Templar kit, but it will be a great part of any medieval style costume as well.

Great quality of etching, original patterns on accents. Original style pole clasp has been replaced with same period inner hinger to provide size flexibility.

Milanese Knight Armor Medieval Belt

To check how to measure yourself please click here.

Please contact us if you have any additional questions.

Important note: Brown, Natural and Cream leather shades may vary, as unfortunately we can't control color of leather which comes from our suppliers. Sometimes it may be darker or lighter, so if tone of the leather is important factor for you, please contact us before purchase to ascertain which color exactly we have in stock at the moment. Thank you for understanding.


  • 100% natural leather
  • Stainless steel (or optionally brass)


  • 100% unique handmade
  • Unique etching


  • Width 1 1/2'' (3.8 cm)
  • Length — custom, up to 52'' (132 cm); longer belt can be made for $40 extra upon request

This item is part of the “Paladin” collection

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  • Einar Firebeard 23 of November 2015:

    Hello, I intend using this belt with a padded gambeson and whilst wearing a curass. The measurement difference between the two is about 2cm's. With this in mind can I presume that the waste measurement sent to you is used as the middle measurement so that the belt can be adjusted slightly longer for 'fat' days and shorter for 'thin' or tighter wearing days? What is the distance between the widest measurement and the narrowest measurement for adjustment purposes please? I'm sure others would have the same or similar thoughts. Regards Einar Firebeard Twin River Guard

    ArmStreet team answered :

    Please provide the biggest size in the order form, and copy this note into a comment to your order. Then the craftsman will be able to make the belt of the optimal length.

  • Matt Oliver 07 of March 2015:

    Hey there, when ordering this belt do I enter my own waist size or the total belt length?

    ArmStreet team answered 09 of March 2015:

    Please provide your actual waist circumference, you may check how to measure yourself here.

  • Derek Gabreski 03 of March 2015:

    Can this belt be done with all sunburst style plates, instead of the alternating styles?

    ArmStreet team answered 04 of March 2015:

    Yes, can be made with sunburst plates, simply add a comment to your oder.

  • Scott Hundt 25 of June 2014:

    Hello Armstreet! i am intersted in you Medieval Armor Knight Belt with etched steel accents Paladin.. haha, it has an option for brass and brown leather. Do you have any pictures of that belt with those options? also, what is the difference between this belt and The Kings Guard belt?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    The differences are in color, kinds of metal and etching images, it's the same model.

  • Inga 12 of May 2014:

    Hi, I'm interested in "Medieval Armor Knight Belt with Etched Steel Accents Paladin" in brass. How long will it take for producing + shipping?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    Processing time is about 4-6 weeks (manufacturing + shipping).

  • Alex 26 of February 2013:

    how is this belt fix around the person?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    There is a metal hook, and the strips at the other end are some kind of hinges for the hook.

  • Salvador Briggs 20 of January 2001:

    It looks great with my costume! Absolutely stunned!!

    ArmStreet team answered :

    Thank you, Salvador!

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