Hey, folks. So, not to especially freak anyone out, but we need a little help. We’re just going to be blunt and admit that we messed up a little so we can get right to the solution without wasting any time. Of course, it isn’t like we tried to make a mistake. As if anyone sits back and thinks, ‘Hmm, I wonder what we could do today that would just really put a wrench in the cogs of humanity?’ and then, upon coming up with an idea, decides to go through with that idea. That’s not how things go here in the office. That said, when someone really wants a realistic dragon costume, we do everything we can to make it as real as possible!So, yes. There are a few dragons loose, flying around the world, and likely snatching up every golden coin available—yes, even the ones that are actually chocolate coins just covered in realistic-looking golden foil. In fact, probably especially those ones. And, you’ve heard the song. When things get really dangerous, whether wind, chill, and rain or storm, flood, and fire, we need a hero who can handle those dragons before we’re all out of our delicious chocolate coins! And, everyone knows that the best dragon slayers of our times came straight out of Camelot!So, it is time to don your mighty coat of arms and take to your duty, Noble Knight, and we are happy to be your squire. This interlock knit mesh tunic has the look of real silver chain mail on the sleeves and a maroon poplin fabric torso tabard with your printed coat of arms. Faux suede makes up your collar and wrist cuffs for the additionally armored look and an archaic style black faux leather belt keeps the tunic neatly cinched. Faux suede boot tops turn even standard shoes into plated greaves. All you need afterwards is your mighty blade, a shield, and possibly a horse, and you’ll be taming dragons (and winning the gratitude of maidens and princes alike) before the night is done.