You will require a 'walking stick' of sorts, as wearing this armor restricts your vision somewhat. Fortunately, the Jaffa Warrior often carries a weapon called the "Staff Weapon". This is nearly as tall as the wearer of the armor.
Here I have built an inexpensive solution to the Staff Weapon carried by the Jaffa. It is just a simple telescoping mop-handle, with a plastic boat-oar on the butt-end and a mounted football on the business end.
Notice that I have placed a cut-out in the 'neck whirl' equal to where my eyes are. I would next put a heavy 'perforated steel' screen (must be rigid, not window screen) behind this cut-out, riveted in place and spray-painted in 'gun metal black', the screen visually blends with the exterior of the armor but still allows the wearer to easily see through it. In this photo, I have not yet installed the screen. This hole will be gradually enlarged to suit the wearer, as you can see in the images below.
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