Gambeson Dastan

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$200.00 CAD
excl. taxes

SKU: 30054046
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Color: Black/Dark Blue

Black/Dark Blue
Dark Red/Black
Off-White/Desert Beige

Size: S/M




Epic Armoury's Gambeson Dastan is a padded long-sleeve coat covering the torso from neck, down over the hips and upper thighs both on the front and back. It can be worn on its own or serve as essential padding under mail or armour. The gambeson is donned like a jacket and closed on the front with straps, allowing the wearer to customize the tightness of the fit. The shoulders are easily detachable by untying its cotton cords on the shoulders and sleeves, each cord secured through long-lasting brass eyelets. The gambeson design is created with a two-colour design in mind, giving a splash of colour to it.

Thick enough to serve as its own armour, this sturdy gambeson is constructed with heavy layers of fluffed cotton canvas sandwiched between dyed wool on the outside and softer cotton lining on the inside. All these layers are stitched together in vertical lines, keeping the padding in place.

Available in Epic Black/Dark Blue and Off White/Desert Beige and Dark Red/Epic Black and sizes Small/Medium, Large/Xtra-Large and 2Xtra-large


Quilted armours have been around since at least 400 BCE Used as padding under chainmail or plate armour Could stop heavy arrows and mace and axe impacts with the addition of overlaying chainmail


  • Competitive price
  • Made from fabrics manufactured locally in Denmark
  • Handmade by qualified professional. Measurements are approximations and may vary.

As a heavy duty fabric, this heavy canvas product is stronger and heavier than simple cotton. This material wrinkles easily, but can be ironed on a higher heat level.


Clean dirt off the bag with a brush, and hand wash cold when necessary.

Machine wash at 30°C / 86°F. Wash separately the first time and with similar colours afterwards. Do not Tumble Dry. Hang dry or lay flat to dry. For general stains or discoloration to the canvas, treat with a commercial fabric cleaner, or blot with tepid water and a soft cloth.

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