Since the first century AD the lorica segmentata was worn by the Roman legionaries. This type of armor consists of steel strips that overlap each other and efficiently protect the body. This lorica segmentata is made after an original excavated in Corbridge (UK) and is from the second century AD. The Corbridge type A is typical for its 4 compartments: two shoulder halves and two torso halves. This lorica segmentata is made of durable stainless steel.
Material: stainless steel, brass, leather
Steel thickness: 1,2 mm
Sizes: M and L, see size chart
Based on a historical original: yes
Transport weight (gram): 2000 *
|Size||max. breast circumference||Weight ca.|
|M||115 cm||12.5 kg|
|L||130 cm||12.5 kg|
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