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Medieval Western Arm Armor SCA

Functional European combat arm armour

$299 $259

Shipping & Manufacturing

Standard shipping
$66
Standard shipping time
16-21 Days
Express shipping
$83 to
Express shipping
5-8 Days
Manufacturing time
18-21 Days

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Medieval Western Arm Armor SCA

Functional European combat arm armour

Great combat arms made in accordance with the original medieval design. The armor is perfect to be used in the combat with chainmail or with any other armor. Those basic SCA functional western arms will come handy both for a rookie's very first armour set and for an honored combatant whose years of battle experience determined the choice of the simple, reliable and well thought through equipment.

We redesigned these arms in 2017. Now they have more ergonomic upper and lower cannons and very flexible elbow. The combination of 1.5 mm stainless steel for the main segments (rerebraces, vambraces and the shaped elbow cop wide leaf including) with 1 mm stainless steel for small overlapping segments (between elbow and cannons) provides you with outstanding flexibility and gives your arms a lightweight but trustworthy cover.

The updated model now has a very reliable hinge and stronger leather straps with steel clasps. The hinge is designed to resist the outbreaks common to medieval combats. All leather straps are included - wear and use! Great choice for both good fencing experience and good appearance. You are welcome to check up the photos to get the idea of both satin and mirror polishing.
Pauldrons are not included but are available in our store.

To check how to measure yourself please click here. Please measure yourself over padding/clothing that you're going to wear underneath this armor.

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.

Materials:

  • Stainless steel 16 ga (1.5 mm) - cannons and elbow cops.
  • Stainless steel 18 ga (1 mm) - small segments between elbow cops and cannons.

Features:

  • Reliable hinges;
  • Wide leaf;
  • Closed vambraces.

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5 comments

  • michael 29 of December 2014:

    Is it possible to order for 1 arm? If so, how much would a single arm cost?

    ArmStreet team answered 29 of December 2014:

    Sure, one armour arm costs $125 + $46 (shipping), price includes current discount. Please contact us at contact@armstreet.com.

  • Honglin 13 of May 2014:

    HI Measure myself include clothes and padding? Or just measure body,thank you

    ArmStreet team answered :

    Please take measurements over the padding clothes/gambeson.

  • Tomoo Hamasita 06 of November 2011:

    Hello! I purchased the armor of this arm. It is very satisfying armor. A fit is good for an arm and a motion is also good. It was good to buy it. Thank you.

    ArmStreet team  answered :

    Thank you, Tomoo! Always welcome back!

  • Phil 19 of September 2011:

    Does this set of armor match Medieval Legs Armor Set: Knee Cops With Greaves And Cuisses?

    ArmStreet team answered :

    Matching legs armour set is here - Medieval Combat Leg Legs Armor With Cuisses.

  • David Mesimer 14 of April 2011:

    The forearm measurement is like biceps, circumference correct?

    ArmStreet team answered 15 of April 2011:

    How  measure yourself you can check  here -  http://armstreet.com/measurements.html

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