Inspired by a 15th century Venetian Craftsman. This craftsman made armor, he crafted a helmet out of steel called a Black Sallet. Steel hammered until almost black, shaping a helmut heated until all the steel turned various metal colors. Finally, when stained with reds of the earth, a monumental helmet for royalty alone.
Armor. Metal. Dyes. Crafted for battle. Circa 1400. Inspired, as if we've melted bronze, steel, silver and gold; ground dyes and fused it to the leather. Using modern technology in our own finishing plant, we've applied it to huge, soft hides. Our own soft armor. A forever process, as it served for centuries and ready to go on.