Antique steel muscle armor with back armor
Replica of a roman or greek muscle armor following ancient originals.
The muscle armor has it´s roots in former greek Hoplite armours. It let the soldier appear as if he fought with naked upper body and was worn for represantative use in first case. During the roman era it was mixed with parts of fold armors in combination with mythological and religious symbols, in most cases Gorgon´s heads. Off course muscle armors where, due to the enormous price, worn by emperors and high grade roman army officers.
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Materials: 1,2 mm mild steel
Fittings: Brass, genuine leather
Size: One size
Adjutable chest circumference: ca. 120 - 145 cm (approx. 47,25" to 57")
Height: ca. 60,0 cm (approx. 23,6")
Neckline: ca. 16,5 cm (approx. 6,5")
Weight: ca. 4,9 kg (approx. 10,8 lb)