This hauberk is ideal for wearing on historical events, renaissance fairs, LARP-events or during re-enactment. It can be worn for longer periods of time, but is not suitable for full-contact fighting. This hauberk is made of butted rings with an inner diameter of 10 mm. Similar originals are part of the Wallace Collection in London.
Discounted price because of inconsistencies in sizing.
How to measure
Length: from shoulder to hip/knee
Chest: Chest circumference, breathe in properly
Arm / sleeve: sleeve length from shoulder to elbow (short) / wrist (long)
Length: 102 cm (M) / 107 cm (L) / 112 cm (XL) / 117 cm (XXL)
Chest circumference (including clothing and gambeson): 94-109 cm (M) / 110-125 cm (L) /126-140 cm (XL) / 141-155 cm (XXL)
Sleeve length (from armpit to wrist): 51 cm (M) / 53 cm (L) /56 cm (XL);
Weight: 9,1 kg (M) / 11 kg (L) / 11,9 kg (XL) / 14,2 kg (XXL)
Steel type: Zinc plated mild steel
Ring thickness: 1.6 mm;
Inner diameter: 10 mm;
Butted round rings
Weaving method: 4:1 construction;
Weight: X kg;
Based on a historical original
Transport weight (gram):12000
B-quality / C-quality
Items from B-quality need some slight adjustments before you are able to use them. Items from C-quality need major adjustments before you are able to use them.
This item is produced in limited quantities only. This means that every piece is unique. Sizes & finish may vary lightly from piece to piece.
Maintenance & care
Remove rust from your chainmail by rubbing the rings together (just like when hand-washing clothes, but without water). The rings will grind together and the rust will come off.
Which size hauberk should I choose?
When you wear a gambeson, your breast circumference is around 15 cm larger.
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