A helmet that corresponds to the kabuto in samurai armour. It covers the head completely from the neck up, offering great protection. Slits in front of the eyes afford the wearer a view of what's around. Part of the armour worn by the armed guards of the Tower of London.
A breastplate that corresponds to the do in samurai armour. Multiple thick plates of steel joined together with metal fasteners give protection to the torso and shoulders.
Gauntlets that correspond to the kote in samurai armour. The hand portions have individual digits, allowing all five fingers to move freely.
Cuisses that correspond to the hizayoroi in samurai armour. Made from a steel sheet formed into two cylindrical shapes, they completely cover the body from the abdomen down to the knees.
Greases that correspond to the suneate in samurai armour. They completely cover the lower leg, from the knees down to the toes. Hinges are fitted at the knee, ankle, and other joints to aid movement.