They split and splinter the shields; they batter and crush the hauberks.
With their swords they then hew away at their shields, helmets, and hauberks.
With them rode the men of Nibelung, a thousand hauberks strong, who had left many comely dames at home whom they never saw again.
These have been getting smaller as hauberks and helmets have been improving; but one cannot trust solely to the body armor.
Never was there a sight like it, spear points, hauberks, and helmets all flashing in the sun.
The knights had hauberks and swords, boots of steel, and shining helmets; shields at their necks, and in their hands lances.
The knights had hauberks and swords, boots of steel and shining helmets; shields at their necks, and in their hands lances.
Towering above them were mounted men, men dressed in hauberks and doublets of chain mail.
I interrupt thee not when thou talkest of bassinets and hauberks,—every cobbler to his last.
And all these Shepherd-folk wore over their hauberks white woollen surcoats broidered with green and red.