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The lower legs were vulnerable in battle from attack by both weapons and often by kicking.  Protection ranged from bronze leg coverings in ancient times to the fully articulated plate armor of the Middle Ages.  

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Elven Green Leather Greaves

#300444
These greaves are crafted from fine, heavy leather with adjustable straps and buckles. Features a trio of layered leather plates.
$124.95

Leather Greaves

#200854
These greaves are made of heavy grade leather. Feature lace-up closure and brass studs. Matching Leather Vambraces also available. 
$67.95

Leather Swordsman Greaves

#200858
These greaves are made of heavy grade leather. Features a lace up closure in the back. Matching Leather Swordsman Vambraces also available.
$67.95

Roman Commander Greaves

#300450
These 15-1/2" long detailed greaves are handcrafted from steel and have an antique brass finish. Lined in suede with thick leather thong lacing.  
$134.95

Steel Roman Greaves

#300010
This replica steel greaves are made of 18 gauge steel and are based on patterns pictured in the reliefs on Trajan's Column in Rome. Feature an articulated knee piece for extra protection.
$78.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Leather Swordsman Greaves

solid leather, very well made
Reviewed by: Elizabeth, October 16, 2016

Review of: Leather Greaves

Like the vambraces they are a little hard to wear in. Once they are they are pretty comfortable. Definitely gives the look I was searching for. Thanks!
Reviewed by: Mike, October 30, 2013

Review of: Leather Swordsman Greaves

These are some durrable greaves. Can withstand a heafty blow from a meat cleaver without any harm.
Reviewed by: James, July 14, 2011

Review of: Leather Greaves

Reviewed by: Alex, May 20, 2011

Review of: Steel Roman Greaves

Reviewed by: Jeffrey, June 04, 2010

Review of: Leather Swordsman Greaves

These greaves are some of the best I have ever worn. They are made out of extremely tough leather and strong laces. I would recommend these to any re-enactor as an alternative to metal greaves.
Reviewed by: Tim, December 14, 2008