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Classic Western Pauldrons

Medieval combat segment spaulders armor

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Classic Western Pauldrons

Medieval combat segment spaulders armor

These pauldrons are made of quality 1.5 mm (16 ga) cold-rolled (mild) steel. Absolutely functional combat armor which can be used with almost any type of body armor. Two pauldrons - left and right are the subject of this listing.

Please contact us if you have any additional questions.

Pauldrons features:

  • 1.5 mm (16 ga) mild steel;
  • One size fits most;
  • Upgrade to stainless steel is available for $50 extra.

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10 comments

  • Rachel 19 of August 2015:

    Do you do any blueing (since it's mild steel), and if so, how much extra would that cost?

    ArmStreet team answered 20 of August 2015:

    Unfortunately we do not produce any blue-finished, blackened or darkened armor for technical reasons, sorry. Thank you for your understanding.

  • Andrak Heriot 18 of May 2015:

    I have ordered these along with a gambeson, I will need them custom sized as I have a slight frame, I've sent an additional email explaining this. My understanding is you will be able to calculate the measurements of me in the gambeson so as to fit the pauldrons. Is there anything more I need to do, this is my first order hence I'm rather anxious to get the process correct.

    ArmStreet team answered 19 of May 2015:

    Of course, we'll add some room for the gambeson, please don't worry. Simply add a comment with the measurements to your order.

  • Alex Wood 28 of January 2015:

    Armor came exactly as described and am quite pleased with workmanship. Thanks!

  • Matthew Lambert 27 of January 2015:

    Is the Gorget displayed in the images with these pauldrons available? I can't find it anywhere on the site.

    ArmStreet team answered :

    The gorget can be made for $135.00 from 1.5 mm (16 ga) cold-rolled steel. Upgrade to 16 ga stainless steel is available for $40 extra. Shipping costs $34.00.

  • Frank 24 of September 2014:

    Hello, are the "Medieval Combat Pauldrons Spaulders Arm Armor" also made to measure? I need them for a small lady, so stock items wont fit at all... Best regards, Frank

    ArmStreet team answered :

    Yes, one-size, which is suitable for most customers (men). We can make them smaller, just add a comment with the measurements to your order:
    - shoulder length from neck to external point of the shoulder
    - chest circumference measured along bust at widest point through the nipples
    - biceps (upper arm) circumference measured at widest point
    Please check how to take measurements here.

  • Xandy 01 of July 2013:

    I'm not easily impressed. . . but that's impresinsg me! :)

  • Andrew 19 of February 2013:

    Does your company offer the option to make multiple payments on products?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    Yes, we can divide your total amount into two payments if needed, please email us at contact@armstreet.com.

  • Jonathan McCartney 19 of February 2013:

    How much would it be to add vertical plates to these? Also, would they worsen the flexibility and manueverability?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    Vertical plates (as here) - $25 extra. This should not reduce maneuverability, but note that such elements may be prohibited for use in some societies of historical fighting.

  • Robert 03 of October 2011:

    How do these spaulders attach to the gorget? Is there a set of these?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    The pauldrons should be attached to the shoulders on your padding/clothing with the laces sewn to the garment, not to the gorget.
    We have no set consisting of these pauldrons and gorget, sorry.

  • zane knight 30 of September 2011:

    Just a quick question. The coat of plates in the picture. Do you make this product? And if so at what price? Zane

    ArmStreet team answered :

    We don't produce the coat of plates any more, that model was excluded from our range, sorry.

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