Greeks soldiers wore light armor during Ancient Greece, making them fast and fierce warriors during battles. The main components of Greek armor were the front breastplate, back plate, bracers and greaves. Most of the Greek armor was made of bronze or of brass. The Greeks wore muscle armor which gave the perception to their enemies that they were muscular and fit. Spartans, the most well-known Greek Soldiers were the most feared because they were well versed in warfare and combat. Spartans today are very well known thanks to the Frank Millers movie, 300. We carry Greek armor that is fully functional for Ancient Greek reenactments or dressing up as your favorite Spartan character Leonidas. Historical Clothing Realms line of armor includes both brass and steel versions of muscle cuirasses, bracers and greaves.