From my Samples, Singulars, and Somethings Completely Different collection -
You may have seen these advertised elsewhere as "monster brigandines" - to be (much more) precise, it's a knee-length coat of plates. (CoP were first found in the late 12th century, brigandines are from (mostly) the 15th century.) I bought this CoP in 2012 intending to use it for Battle of the Nations combat, but quickly changed my armor to the late 14th century. This CoP was been barely used and has just been hanging on a rack in my workshop ever since. It was made for re-enactment combat by a Ukranian armor, and customized by me with extra straps for a better fit. As the world goes, a couple of years later Chinese industrialists starting making inferior copies of these armor coats out of thinner and cheaper material, but this one is quilted and quite sturdy. The plates are 16ga mild steel, blackened for rust prevention, and the overall weight is 15 pounds on the nose. This coat fits a size XXL or XXXL warrior with a gambeson underneath. (My Deadite model in the pictures is about an XL, wearing a light burgundy gambeson. Deadite and gambeson not included).