Padded armor was a type of light armor.
Padded armor was made up of several quilted layers of cloth and batting. Padded armor was poorly ventilated and soon became hot. It was known to become fouled with grime and sweat and even infested fleas and lice.
Being one of the cheapest forms of armor, padded armor was commonly distributed to conscripts in times of war. Padded armor was a common sight in northern Zakhara. The military of Koryo wore a heavy padded armor in order to stay warm in the cold winters.
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