The Roman subarmalis was worn under the lorica hamata or lorica segmentata as a gambeson to divide the weight over the body, to catch blows and to improve the wearing comfort.
This subarmalis is suitable for a chest circumference up to 106 cm and it can be adjusted to the right size with laces on both sides. Its length is 104 cm, it is made of cotton and is padded with wool and foam. It weighs approx. 1,80 kg and has a thickness of 1,5 cm.
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