This pair of gothic medieval spaulders offers fantastic movement and shoulder protection for re-enactors. The straps and buckles on each side are designed to strap around the arm with holes at the top for fitting direct to arming jacket, jupon etc. See additional photos and video for more details.
Full shape - covers the full shoulder including the front and back and offers some protection to the armpits.
Double articulation - on top and down the sleeve.
Gothic fluting - Flutes on the back of shoulder.
Patterns - gothic pattern cutouts on sleeve.
Scolloping - Scollop shapes like webbing in a bat wing on the back of the shoulder.
Assimetrical shoulders - Shaped with a cut-out on the right arm pit for better weapon handling.
Spaulders are armored plates worn upon the arm in a suit of plate armour for protection of the upper arm and shoulder area. Developed in the Middle Ages, spaulders continued to be worn well into the Renaissance.
across shoulder (largest curve) 49cm/19"
length down arm 31cm/12"
Note: Arming points are a combination of items. It can be used as a collective term for
1. The hole/s attached to a piece of armour as would be supplied as part of this product.
2. The reinforced hole in the arming jacket, either reinforced with stitching or an additional piece of leather.
3. The cord and aglets to tie them both together. We have aglets available here.