Arming cap also known as coif is an important part of your medieval armour. It is also a nice part of your garb, especially when you are wearing a gambeson and arming cap to protect yourself not from a blade but from chilly weather conditions. It looks authentic and works as it should do.
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On the In-Stock padded arming cap coif, is it one size fits all? I do not see any size references on the in stock one. Thank you!
Yes, the cap coif In Stock is made in One size.
Hello! How thick is the padding for this coif? How many layers of batting and how thick is the finished product in inches. Thanks!
The coif has 1 1/2 layers of batting, it's thinner than our usual helmet padding cap - it has 3 layers. The coif is about 17.5 mm thick (~0.7 of an inch).
Hi there, I had a couple questions about this item: 1) Can the exterior layer be made in linen instead of cotton? 2) Black is not listed as a color option, is this item not available to be made in black? 3) Is it possible to have this made without the bib/collar?
1. Exterior layer is made of wool by default. Optionally can be made of linen or cotton, but price will be the same.2. Yes, can be made in black. 3. Cannot be made w/o collar, sorry.
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Very sexy shinobi looking under armor arming cap. Helps a lot on neck throat protection as well in historical european swordsmanship sparring.
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Love this,arming cap coif, it protects my manly jawline from my french houndskull. Much better face protection than other arming caps. Also i like the collar of this arming cap coif, makes my cape look like it has a mantle.
I have manly jawline, this arming cap coif works great with my european full sallet helm. And matches my mantle cloak look, with gorget and swordbreaker pauldrons.