Next, my Greco/Roman style pauldron. I used to wear just this one with my large round shield, trying for that real spartan look. It is designed to be worn with just a normal waist belt across the chest. Superior coverage and little to no movement hinderance.Made from the same 13-15 oz leather, dyed natural burghundy. I was quite fond of this overall design. Heavily used, asking $30
Next, my matching full bracers. Call them full because they come all the way up to the elbow. Lace up for very snug fit. Made from 14 oz burghundy latigo leather, very resiliant yet flexible. Highly decorated with brass spots. I wore these for many years before making any other armor. Heavily used, asking $25.
Next up, my old full greaves. Called full because they extend past the knee. Great leg coverage from ankle up past the knee. Straps with 3 buckles, dyed natural burghundy, and made from 13-15 oz leather. I was really proud how this design turned out. Moderately used, asking $50.
Up next, my old war belt. This piece gets as much attention as the helm. Made from 14 oz burghundy latigo leather, and decorated with a solid brass lion head. This piece always provides excellent groin and waist protection, with no hinderance at all. I have made a number of these for customers around the globe. A true warrior's belt. Heavily used, asking $30.