A defense for the front of the thigh, consisting of one or more iron plates hanging from the belt on the lower edge of the corselet.
plates attached to the skirt of an armor protecting the front of the hips and thighs.
one of two pieces of armor plate hanging from the fauld to protect the upper thighs
A defense for the top of the thigh, hung from the fauld by straps to cover the gap between cuisses and breastplate. They first appear in the 15th Century.
Plates fastened to the cuirass to drape below it and protect the thighs and mid-section.
15th century defense for the hips that attached to the fauld; usually a plate of iron or steel, often featuring one or more fluted ribs and a thick rolled edge for strength