Chain Shirt or Hauberk in rings of varnishes and poinonnées, 6 mm. This chain shirt or hauberk is composed of 2 types of rings.
A series was worked from the bank of the flat rings, the next one from flat cut rings. Also in the Middle Ages, chain skirts, chain shirts etc. Were made in this way, because it did not last so long and it is still so long. This made it possible to use steel rings at the time as today with only 1 mm thick, without it losing its strength.
This reduces the weight from 30 to 35%. Available in 3 different sizes. In the Middle Ages, this chain shirt was called hauberk because of its long sleeves and knee length.The sleeves are in shape, they tightened every 5 cm of a ring. For better leg freedom, the network of chains has been expanded in the Middle Ages with frontal or lateral slots. It was even possible to ride horses comfortably. Our hauberk is not split by the base so you can customize them. Inside diameter of rings: approx.
Material: untreated steel (slightly oiled). Sizesbrunes length of shoulder approx. Length of sleeves from armpit weight approx. M130 cm105 cm50 cm12,4 kgl135 cm11 cm16 cm13 kgxl148 cm116 cm15 kg.
Delivery: 1x chain shirt or hauberk in rings of varnishes and punches, 6 mm.