Plate legs of Count of Matsch blackened with brass
Plate Legs of Count of Matsch blackened with brass were common in Lombardy and Germany in the XIV-XV centuries. This piece of armor is made of tempered steel and has a unique design to let you stand out from the crowd.
The hips are decorated with brass plates and etching and the leather straps are equipped with brass buckles. We blackened the plate legs to prevent the armor from scratching and deformation. The plate legs are a perfect match for HMB, IMCF and SCA.