According to ordinance statutes, the clothing of the soldiers was provided with a livery. In the Ordinance of Abbeville of 1471 the livery is described as blue-white, with a red St. Anrew's cross. Depending on the wealth, the knight provided for this livery, so it could sometimes be more or less spendid.
The pikemen wearingh short-sleeved or sleeveless livery vests, over their armor, almost all wear vambraces or jack chains and gautlets. The helmets have some variety, war hats and salets, some with, some without visor.
The hands were modeled open, for pikes or halberds.