Leather, hand seam, 3 layers of batting.
Hidden protection: Spring tempered steel, thickness: 0.8 mm, hardening.
It can be used as an independent defense in the early Middle Ages of the 9-11th century and as a basis for chain mittens of the 12-13th century. Leather mittens with hidden protection is currently the only approved option for wrist protection at festivals in the early Middle Ages.
The combination of a comfortable cut and reliable steel protection inside will help you protect your hands from injuries and be sure of their admission to the festival.
As for polearms, there are simply no alternatives to reliable wrist protection. There is no guard on the pole and all the damage goes to the hands. Therefore, they must be protected first.