A wrought iron faceplate. These kinds of faceplates that cover the forehead and cheek are also called "hatsuburi." Weapons and armour were precious assets for these masterless samurai, and they only carried items that suited them perfectly.
A strong breastplate. Thick iron plates tied with cords protect the torso.
Gauntlets made from leather—covered iron plates. They have a dull shine after years of heavy use.
Riveted armour for the waist and thighs. The long "kusazuri," which protects the waist, extends down to the wearer's knees.
Suneate made from leather—covered iron plates. They have a dull shine after years of heavy use.