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The Palace Guard Cuirass and tassets from Epic Armoury is made from lightweight polyurethane and offers comfort and performance on the battlefield. This armor covers the knight's chest, back and hips from damage and fits well with a range of medieval fantasy characters. The parts are easily fastened and adjusted using the strong leather straps found on the armour. Polyurethane armor is ideal when wearing over extended periods and can be worn in any weather. Great for cosplay or Larp battles, this body armor will help improve your valour in combat.
- Made from polyurethane
- Leather straps are riveted to armour
- Sturdy brass buckles for easy attiring
- This product is handmade and hand-painted and therefore unique. As a result, when compared with similar item numbers, this product can have natural deviations in pattern, colour and shape, which are not considered defects or faults.
- Weight: 2378 grams / 83,88 oz
- Back Length: 50,0
- Front Length: 82,0
- Neck Width: 16,0
- Chest Width: 61,0
- Waist Width: 54,0
- Armhole Width: 22,0
- Back Chest Width: 61,0
- Back Waist Width: 51,0
- Material: Polyurethane foam, leather, brass or steel
With proper care and attention, your purchase should last for many years.
Your armour is made from a polyurethane material that is very strong and will maintain its shape and form if looked after correctly.
Please be aware that although the armour is strong, it is designed to be used for costume purposes only and should not be used or relied upon for protection!
Do not leave out in the sun for long periods of time, as heat can make the polyurethane malleable to the touch.
Your item has been professionally finished with durable paint and polish. Inevitably, as with any painted surface, you will get scratches and wear and tear over time.
For surface soiling we recommend washing with warm soapy water and a soft cloth, avoiding leather straps.
Do NOT use any solvent-based cleaners or insect sprays on or near the armour.
Leather straps can be polished with normal shoe polish but avoid getting polish onto the armour surface.
Breastplates and backplates should be strapped together and ideally hung on a coat hanger or similar hanging system. Shoulders also are best stored on hangers.
Helmets should ideally be placed on a stand so that any protruding features such as nasals and ear flaps are hanging free. We have helmet stands available in our online shop if needed.
We recommend that leg armour and braces are strapped around something cylindrical when not in use; drainpipes and drinks bottles could be used for example.
Do NOT store armour on or near to a heat source as this can cause warping.