Very authentic reconstruction of the Roman armor Lorica Segmentata, Kalkriese type.
The Lorica Segmentata has been used by the Roman army for over 200 years. The first discoveries were in Kalkriese, Germany, and are expected to come from the year 9 anno Domini.
Kalkriese is a presumed site of the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest. Unlike later versions, for example, from Newstead, Corbridge and Kalkriese armor is adjustable in size. Our replica is suitable with a thoracic circumference from 116cm to 120cm. Of course, the final thoracic perimeter should always be measured, considering all the padded fabric.
The Lorica Segmentata has been used by the Roman Legion for over 200 years.
The first findings were in Kalkriese, Germany, and should come from the year
9 anno Domini.
The Newstead type is named after a village in southern Scotland, where the Roman fort
Trimontium has been located. The remains of this camp set an example for our reconstruction.
In the original, these plate armors were used between 130 and 280 AD. It's the latest version
of the armor worn by the Roman legionaries. In later times, they wore knitted shirts
like Lorica Hamata again.
The movement when you use it is really amazing and allows you to move your weapons efficiently.
It fits perfectly with leather ties.
Size: L/XL fits a waist of 116 cm approx. And breast contour of 132 cm
It fits with leather straps and hooks.
These handmade cuirass are modeled after ancient Greek originals of the archaic period (approx. 750 - 600 BC).
Epic Armory's Dark Warrior Back Plate is a low-fantasy armor piece that matches the Dark Warrior Chestof the Epic Armory and Dark Darkness, protecting the back and spine.
60 cm 2.25 kg