Titan Range HEMA Jacket Designed and manufactured in cooperation of Leon Paul with top polish HEMA fencers and the best polish HEMA gear manufacturers SPES
- Made of 470N fencing fabric Electric fencing compatible with specific seam design, a blade-catcher, asymmetrical zip and D-loop for the spool
- Doubles as a coaching jacket, compatible with A48 coaches sleeve
- Uniquely designed system of 11 internal pockets with HDF inserts to dampen the force of the blow to the torso and neck.
- Includes spine protection.
- 2 external pockets with HDF inserts to protect the shoulders
- HDF inserts easily taken out to perfectly adjust the level of protection
- HDF inserts easily cut to size by the wearer for perfect fit
- Extra padding on forearms and shoulders
- Anatomical fit with historical seam design
- Extra loop on the back for hanging the jacket on a hook
- Reinforced blade catcher with HDF insert on the inside
- No cuissard strap making it easy to put on
The HDF inserts will soften with use - please consider using the jacket a few times before taking the inserts out
HEMA by virtue of being a direct contact combat sport is by its nature potentially dangerous. HEMA protective clothing is intended to as far as possible reduce the likelihood and severity of injuries, however, it does not by any means ensure the safety of athletes wearing protective HEMA clothing.
It should be understood that when using this clothing there is a risk of injury or death. No practical clothing is capable of guaranteeing safety and Leon Paul accepts no responsibility for injury sustained whilst using this equipment however it is sustained.
There are no current European standards for the manufacture of HEMA protective clothing so Leon Paul have sought expert advice for the design of their range of HEMA products. They do not, however, conform to any specific set of European standards for personal protective equipment.
Protective clothing must not be changed or manipulated. In particular, seams must not be opened or further parts be added or taken away. Care instructions must be respected as non-compliance with these instructions can reduce the level of protection of this garment. Carefully inspect protective clothing for HEMA at regular intervals to make sure that no mechanical defects (like abrasion, holes, broken seams, tears, scratches) have occurred. If this has happened, the garment should no longer be used. If you are concerned about the safety of equipment do not use it.