The Templar Knight's shoes were also covered with chain-mail.
It is clear from literary evidence that the helmet (helm) and coat of chain mail (byrne) were also in common use.
The backpack was ditched for a plastic one and a load of green stuff used to make the chain mail coif.
A chain mail hauberk, which had a distinctly dwarven look to it, was laid over the back of a chair.
The south gate was guarded by a pair of guards wearing clean white tabards over shining chain mail.
Knights may choose to dress in plate armor (although depending on the heat of a particular region, this may be very uncomfortable) to chain mail to simple leathers.
The chain-mail hauberk of a Knight Templar was long-sleeved with chain-mail hand coverings.
It had an attached chain-mail coif, or hood.
The chausses were chain-mail leggings made of heavy iron.
Over the chain-mail coif, a knight wore his helm or helmet.
View their chain-mail armor, religious robes and knights in battle on this website.
Medieval Chain-Mail Armor is a website where you can purchase modern versions of Knights Templar clothing and armor.
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