Faulds

  • Medieval Era
  • Less than 1 min

By Crusader1307

14th Century Faulds were pieces of armor plating or segmented armor pieces designed to protect the upper legs, hips and to some degree the groin area. Suspended via swivels or hinges from the bottom of the Breastplate (or related torso armor). Faulds formed a kind of metal skirt. Their design was popular and carried onward to the 16th Century.