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Medieval Full-Round Greaves

Closed steel greaves, lower leg armor

$279
Standard shipping: Free
Standard shipping time:23-28 Days
Manufacturing time: 28-36 Days
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Landon A. Pearman
02 of August 2019

Is this sold as a pair of greaves or is that the cost per 1?

ArmStreet Team

Hi Landon, it is the price for a pair. 

Gabriel
12 of July 2018
Would stainless steel be better for use in competitions or no?
ArmStreet
Yes, it is more reliable and it does not rust
Patrick
18 of May 2016

the pictures of your medieval greaves armor: full-round lower leg shows it to have a peg structure at the top front. what is that about?

ArmStreet team

The peg is needed to attach the greaves to the poleyns (knee cops), as shown here - https://armstreet.com/store/armor/medieval-legs-and-full-round-greaves-armor-kit. The greaves can be made without the peg, just add a comment to your order.

Anthony
14 of August 2015

Can the full-round greaves be made with the following adjustments? 1. No front pin 2. Ankle protection, like some of your other greaves 3. Buckles riveted either side of the joint, rather than from the centre of the back plate Many thanks A

ArmStreet team

No front pin - possible, simply add a comment to your order. Ankle protection cannot be made on the full greaves, the buckles can not be riveted differently, sorry.

Сonall
02 of August 2015

can I get it in 14 ga?

ArmStreet team

Can be made in 14 ga mild steel for $70 extra, or in stainless steel - $120 extra. Simply add a comment to your order, we'll send an invoice for the extra charge to your PayPal email.

Robert
26 of July 2015

What's the rod on the front plate meant for?

ArmStreet team

The rod is used for articulation with the poleyns, as shown here.

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