A helmet that's part of a famed set of armour, the Genji Hachiryo, said to have been owned by the Genji clan, It reportedly offers such high protection that it obviates the need for a shield. Long a family treasure of the Kai—Takeda clan, it is said that none who wore it into battle ever suffered a scratch. A large helm of a traditional design, incorporating ten overlapping steel plates and fierce—looking gold ornamentation. The ornamental side—flanges are decorated with crests echoing those on the breastplate. Includes a protective facemask.
This torso armour is strong but light, made from multiple overlapping steel plates for high protection and mobility. It includes large "sleeves" that cover the shoulders and upper arms to deflect incoming arrows.
Gauntlets that are designed for archers, the left hand is made of leather for gripping the bow, while the right is softer, designed to protect the fingers pulling the bowstring.
Leg protectors that feature the same overlapping plate construction as the breastplate. A bit heavy while on foot, but they are designed to be supported by a saddle for a lightweight feel when riding on horseback.
Shin guards made from leather and iron plating, they're attached using cords.