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DABM Mail Leggings - Alternating Round Riveted - Blackened Mild Steel Flat and Round Rings - Close Out - SNC546BK

DABM Mail Leggings - Alternating Round Riveted - Blackened Mild Steel Flat and Round Rings - Close Out
 

Construction: Alternating Dome Riveted and Whole Flat Rings
Ring Type: Alternating Round and Flat Rings
Ring Size: 9 mm - 18 gauge
Finish: Blackened

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These mail leggings are made from alternating round and flat ring. The round rings are dome riveted and they are interlaced with flat rings. These leggings have integrated mail belt loops to hold them up. The leggings extend to the ankles with an attached chainmail flap to overlay the feet.

MEDIUM / LARGE
Overall Length: 52''
Length from Belt loop to Ankle: 42''
Weight: 5 lb 9.8 oz (Single Legging)

XL / XXL
Overall Length: 52''
Length from Belt loop to Ankle: 43''
Weight: 6 lb 10 oz (Single Legging)

Chainmail is the archetypal armor defense of the ancient and medieval world. Essentially a metal mesh, the links dissipate the force of impacts and provide excellent defense against cuts and slashes, though a strong penetrating impact from armor piercing weapons, arrows and bolts could reliably split links apart. Chainmail was often paired with fabric or leather based armors beneath for additional protection, particularly for the absorption of blunt impact. When the mail defense was penetrated however, broken links could be forced into the wound, seeding it for infection. This drawback however was apparently not enough to discourage its ever-increasing use until the relatively late age of better plate armors.

Its inventors are in dispute, but top contenders for the innovators of mail are the 3rd Century BCE Celtic tribes who resided in modern day Romania, or the Etruscans of the Italian Peninsula. No armor may be as cross-cultural and ubiquitous as mail, for it spread beyond Europe to the Middle East, India and onwards to Japan - a testament to its usefulness.
 






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