14th Century Articulated Armour- Boucicaut -1415-GRP-(product code-GRP-06)
This is an example of a complete stand of late 14th Century style armour assembled from our stock go GRP (fibreglass) plate armour.
This system of armour straps together over the wearer or stand. It is fully articulated so allows movement. It does not require an arming jacket but is usually worn over a string mail coif, shirt and trousers.
The Livery Coat worn on this example is one from our Agincourt Range. As worn by Boucicaut, Marshal of France at the Battle in 1415.
Size: 38inch up to 44inch chest size.