A leather gorget is a great piece of authentic medieval armor, as well as a fantastic protection that will help ward off blows that might slip through to your neck or collar. But more importantly then that, the gorgets at Dark Knight Armoury are also a great piece to include in any armor set, for reasons of both protection and versatility. Now, if that word strikes a chord in you, you might be wondering how a gorget can be versatile. Well, we will tell you. Above and beyond providing additional protection, a gorget can also act as a harness, as many feature added buckles and bands that are perfect for providing support to a variety of different armor pieces. This means that some gorgets give you the option of wearing pauldrons. Others possess unique features, like full neck protection or bevors that work wonders for keeping you, your neck, and your shoulder even safer from harm than before. Many of our gorgets are crafted from 13-15 oz leather, which meets SCA standards for leather armor, making it a solid and sturdy piece that is every bit as protective as it sounds. To put on a gorget, you typically put it on backwards, with the lacing or buckles in the front, and turn it around once it is secure. Pair one of our simple leather gorgets with any suit of leather armor to provide that added bit of protection that every warrior should have, or wear one of Dark Knight Armourys more visually complex and stylized fantasy gorgets to help create a style and a look that is both highly protective and totally impressive.
Move through the shadows with confidence, your neck and chest guarded by the Dark Elf Leather Gorget. This leather armour piece has a unique overlapping panel construction for flexibility and comfort as well as style and protection.
Our Gothic Leather Gorget features similar straps, which are designed to support and secure a set of pauldrons. And of course, the gorget also serves to protect the neck, making it a must have for LARP, battle, and reenactment.
Armour should be functional and look intimidating to the enemy. For the maiden warrior, the Kendra Gorget is fierce looking protection for the neck. Wear this leather piece to a LARP battle, fantasy convention, or cosplay event.
Admit it. You delight in knocking down the enemy, then smirking above them in triumph. Gloating looks so much cooler when wearing a stylish high collar. Revel in your victory while clad in the Kendra Leather Gorget for Ladies.
Similar in styling to our SCA leather gorget, this mantle was designed to work with a helm constructed with extended cheek plates and with the possible inclusion of an aventail or mail coif, since there is no collar attached.
Whether you are a vampire hunter or outlaw of the Wild West, protecting the throat can be important. Cover your neck with the Luther Leather Gorget from any enemies a warrior might face at a faire, fantasy convention, or LARP event.
A warrior knows to protect their neck in battle. Add the Marius Gorget to a variety of outfits and ensure your safety from the enemy. Whether for Steampunk fights, Western showdowns, or historical reenactments, this gorget is ideal.
Alarms call you to battle and you must prepare yourself. Protect your chin and neck from the approaching enemy forces with the Noble Leather Bevor. This leather bevor is an ideal armour piece for a LARP event or fantasy convention.
As a fierce warrior, you must protect your shoulders against possible enemy attacks. Use the Noble Leather Gorget to prepare yourself for battle. This leather gorget is an essential armour piece for any LARP event or reenactment.
Your enemy attempts a devastating strike, but, protected by the Octavius Leather Gorget, you have no fear. The sturdy leather neck panel is fastened securely to your person, its matching leather straps laced up under your arms.
Suitable for any dark warrior, the Rasmus Collar is an eye-catching addition to any leather armour look. Featuring a high, wide collar, sharp angles, and rivets, this piece makes an ideal finishing touch when worn over other pieces.
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