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It was crucial that a warrior protect the vital areas, such as his chest and shoulders. By the 14th century breastplates evolved from leather to plated metal.

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Lorica Segmentata

#300176
This Lorica Segmentata is made of 18 gauge steel. The armor's design enables freedom of movement. Fits chest sizes 42–46 inches.
$239.95

Roman Commander Cuirass

#300448
This Roman cuirass and back plate have been hand formed from steel, then plated in brass and antiqued.
$194.95

Witch Hunter Breastplate

#300549
This darkened 18-gauge galvanized mild steel front breastplate is perfect for a number of time periods or cosplay. Lined with suede, brown leather back straps are included for wear without a backplate
$220.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Lorica Segmentata

Well, it is substantial. The delivery box on my front porch was so heavy I had to wrestle it inside my house. Four heavy and tricky pieces inside the box. The instructions eventually said that I'd need a second pair of hands to assemble it, which turned out to be true. But it does look impressive on its stand in my living room on a wooden bench next to The Eagle armor I purchased a few years ago. I'm glad I got them both.
Reviewed by: Warren, July 30, 2018

Review of: Lorica Segmentata

Well, it is substantial. The delivery box on my front porch was so heavy I had to wrestle it inside my house. Four heavy and tricky pieces inside the box. The instructions eventually said that I'd need a second pair of hands to assemble it, which turned out to be true. But it does look impressive on its stand in my living room on a wooden bench next to The Eagle armor I purchased a few years ago. I'm glad I got them both.
Reviewed by: Warren, July 30, 2018

Review of: Roman Commander Cuirass

This looks awesome onstage. I wore it as Julius Caesar in the play of the same name and it was also worn by Marc Antony in the following year production of Antony & Cleopatra. Ought to last for literally centuries.
Reviewed by: Warren, October 06, 2016

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Reviewed by: ENRICO, August 24, 2009