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Medieval Stainless Pauldrons

Etched spaulders with bands of plates

$344

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16-21 Days
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Manufacturing time
25-29 Days

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Medieval Stainless Pauldrons

Etched spaulders with bands of plates

Beautifully etched 16 ga stainless steel, great flexibility.

Sliding solid rivets construction makes this armor durable and very flexible at same time.

Most important armour features:

  • Basically comes in 16 ga (1.5 mm) stainless steel
  • Solid one-piece rivets
  • Handmade casting clasps
  • Deep and reliable etching (see etched armour test)

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Please contact us if you have any additional questions.

Important note about measurements: please take into account that we need your measurements in gambeson, choses or other under-armour gear you are planning to use with this armor. The only exception is when you are ordering both armour and padding from our company — in this case you can send us your body measurements. For sabatons please send your footwear actual measurements.

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6 comments

  • Thomas 16 of June 2015:

    How durable is the armor camperet to temperet steel? As i fight som pretty brutal fights somtimes :-)

    ArmStreet team answered 22 of June 2015:

    These pauldrons are fully functional and combat-ready. We don't produce tempered armor; stainless steel is stronger than tempered steel (as it has a much greater hardness), and it does not corrode, so it lasts longer.

    For the heavy bugurts we'd also recommend Western Infantry Armour Pauldrons made of stainless steel.

  • Cody 31 of May 2015:

    Do you have pictures with out the etching posted anywhere?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    Sorry, unfortunately there are no pictures of these pauldrons without etching.

  • Marcus 16 of May 2015:

    Can these be purchased without the etching, or with a different etching pattern? If so, is there a difference in price?

    ArmStreet team answered 18 of May 2015:

    Cannot be made with different etching, sorry. These pauldrons without etching cost 15% less. To get the discount, please email us at contact@armstreet.com.

  • Michael Wilson 04 of February 2015:

    Good morrow! I shall be playing the part of Sir Henry Carey at the Oklahoma Renaissance Festival in May of this year, and I am looking for a fancy set of spaulders to wear during my fight sequences. These look amazing, but I have a couple of questions.
    1. How do these attach? I cannot quite tell from the picture. I will be wearing a custom doublet that is currently being made by my seemstress (wife), so we need to design the doublet to work with these.
    2. Will they leave black stains on my doublet if I wear them over it? I've had this issue with previous armor, but it was not stainless steel, so rust was an issue.
    3. How quickly will I receive these after I order them? I would like as much practice time with them as possible, as they will alter how I will be moving during my fights. Sincerely, Sir Henry

    ArmStreet team answered 06 of February 2015:

    1. The pauldrons should be attached to the shoulders on your padding/clothing with the laces sewn to the garment, as here. You can sew on a pair of laces on each shoulder of your clothes (to make the "arming points").
    2. Our armor does not leave stains on clothes at all, it's totally unacceptable. In addition, the stainless steel does not rust.
    3. Manufacturing takes 25-29 days, plus delivery - 16-21 days, that's 6-8 weeks totally.

  • Jin Li 22 of January 2014:

    My very first custom armor piece, I shall cherish it.

  • Nathan L 19 of August 2012:

    These shoulders look and feel very authentic the etching looks great too, they look bigger than the picture gives them credit for and them being stainless steel no rusting! Another great product from Armstreet.

    ArmStreet team  answered :

    Thank you, Always welcome!

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