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The MEDIEVALS provides a wide range custom size, colours, pattern, different cloths like woollen, cotton, Linen, Leather or all combined with different padding /cushion as par standard Proper Padded arming Gambeson/Aketon wish to wear under steel plate or chainmail Armor. When worn by itself it is comfortable to wear. The elbow pads are internal with a different ancient medieval time horn/bone/wood button, Fabric covered buttons

This amazingly flexible and comfortable gambeson OR Aketon jacket Armor can be worn at theatre plays, as movie costumes and at various festivals as well. It can be used as a birthday or an anniversary gift for individuals interested in archery, Armor, etc.

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ABOUT PRODUCT :- A gambeson (also known as aketon, padded jack, pourpoint, or arming doublet) is a padded defensive jacket, worn as armor separately, or combined with mail or plate armor. Gambesons were produced with a sewing technique called quilting. They were usually constructed of cotton, linen or wool;

the stuffing varied, and could be for example scrap cloth Sheet or Cotton Sheet or Cotton Blend During the 14th century, illustrations usually show buttons or laces up the front.

An arming doublet (also called aketon) worn under armor, particularly plate armor of fifteenth- and sixteenth-century in Europe, contains arming points for attaching plates. Fifteenth century examples may include mail goussets or heavy cloth padding sewn into the elbows and armpits to protect the wearer in locations not covered by plate.THANKS FOR THE MEDIEVALS !!

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