A padded gorget was a protective garment, mainly for the neck. Fastened with leather buckles. The outside is made of 100% cotton and the inside padding is made of polyester. Suitable for historical reenactment and LARP.
Complete your 15th century Gothic or Milanese plate armor harness with this 18 gauge forged steel adjustable gorget. Designed to protect the neck, lower face and chin, the accessory was used in conjunction with a sallet or other open helmet. The front face is adjustable and can be used for full neck and lower face protection, or down to expose the mouth....
This gorget is made from 18 gauge steel and has been blackened on its inside. The two riveted gorget plates are attached and dis-attached with a steel button on a single side and they can be opened and closed around the neck. Two leather straps are fitted to the gorget by which the wearer can anchor a set of pauldrons.
Gothic Gorget & Shoulders is fully articulated and designed to provide protection for the throat, neck and shoulders while minimizing the exposure of weak-spots. The armour is a four-piece set: a two piece gorget and two shoulders. The gorget covers the thorax to the sternum and is furnished with several ridges and two large octagonal besagues (round...
Protective gorgets made of steel or leather.