Steel st3, thickness 1.5 mm.
Leather loops for attaching a quilted mitten.
Milanese mittens of this type appear in the first third of the XV century and are an excellent option for protecting the hand and forearm. A long, sharp-edged gauntlet covers up to 2/3 of the forearm, providing additional protection.
Large plates perfectly distribute the impact over its entire surface, reliably protecting it from injury. And a quilted mitten or glove worn under steel, dampens the impact.
The Milanese mitten is less mobile and comfortable than the Hourglass gloves, but its protection can be considered almost absolute.