Tight chausses with codpiece, XV century is a real gift for those who love comfortable pants, but want to adhere to the strict canons of reconstruction. Perfect for reenactments, historical events, theater productions, and costume parties, these chausses are a versatile addition to any historical enthusiast's wardrobe. Pair them with a tunic, doublet, or other period-appropriate clothing to complete your authentic XV century look. Yes, these are no longer two separate stockings laced to the belt, but full pants with a closed back and sewn, folded down codpiece, which fastens with 3 laces. The casting lace tips on these are especially nice, treat yourself to a little something like this...
Medieval chausses were a fundamental component of the leg armor worn by warriors and knights during the Middle Ages. These protective garments originated in the 11th century and became an integral part of the knightly ensemble, serving as a vital element in the development of a knight's full suit of armor. Base price includes: Color – brown Fabric – cotton Lining fabric – cotton Size – XS DIY – no Layers of padding – 1-2 Type of holes for lacing – hanging loop Paint stamping – no Footstreps – without Two color design – no Belt chausses – no Contrast quilting and edge – no ...
Chausses are known from the XI century as main part of men's costume. Etimologycally, the word "chausses" is connected with French verb "chausser", that means "put shoes on" or "to shoe". In Medieval Ages, tight stocking was being called the chausses, and they were specific both for men and women (chausses had been hidden under the long dress). This model of chausses are being cut on the bias, that allows to make them rather tight on the legs. There are leather string on the top of the chausses, with what you can fasten chausses to the holes in braies or to the fabric belt. Chausses are being worn with braies and cotta. They are a part of soldier's costume. Holes in chausses are han...
Chausses are known from the XI century as main part of men's medieval costume. Etimologycally, the word "chausses" is connected with French verb "chausser", that means "put shoes on" or "to shoe". Usually, men worn long chausses with fastenings on the top, but short chausses were popular as well. In Middle Ages men rolled chausses a la modern stockings to the level of middle calf, and fixed chausses with string. This model are higher the knee and are tied under the knee. Long cotta will be a good addition to these chausses. Base price includes chausses of cotton with cotton lining, but we can make them also of linen or wool. Linen chausses will have linen lining as well as woolen.&...
Some models of medieval men' chausses had not only one-piece toe, but footstraps as well, that were making chausses hard-wearing and comfortable. This model of chausses was very popular in XII-XV centuries. They are being cut on the bias, that allows to make them rather tight on the legs. There are leather string on the top of the chausses, with what you can fasten chausses to the holes in braies or to the fabric belt. Long cotta will be a perfect addition to the chausses with footstraps.
This medieval chausses belt with suspenders combines all the advantages of a classical arming belt for chausses, but at the same time has additional advantages: It fastens by leather straps with buckles, which allows you to adjust the overall length of the arming girdle belt Suspenders relieves the weight of products tied to this belt A sensible choice for a fighter who wants to be absolutely sure how his foot protection fastened at SCA, HEMA, LARP end reenactment events, medieval festivals and stage performances. Base price includes: fabric- cotton color- uncolored XS size brown leather *** If you want classical one medie...
ARMING BELT FOR CHAUSSES WITH LEATHER PARTS This medieval chausses belt combines all the advantages of a classical arming belt for chausses, but at the same time has additional advantages: It fastens by leather straps with buckles, which allows you to adjust the overall length of the arming girdle belt. Arming chausses are attached not to the hosen belt itself, but to the additional leather pieces with punched holes, which provides a more convenient and reliable fastening for the arming chausses, brigandine or plate leg protection. Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bm0KwqOe5qo A sensible choice for a fighter who wants to be absolutely sure how ...
ARMING BELT FOR CHAUSSES Ordinary medieval chausses were fastened to the brais belt. At the same time arming chausses need much more reliable fastening system, that is why arming belt for chausses appear. Strong and simple arming girdle made to securely hold both the arming chausses and brigandine or plate leg protection. Designed especially for fighters it is equally good for SCA, HEMA, LARP end reenactment events, medieval festivals and stage performances. Choose the type of your medieval hose belt manufacturing: machine one or full hand sewing (second one is historically correct and offered for additional costs). Base price medieval hosen belt includes (as...
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They're amazing, fit like a glove. Wonderful texture and fabric. Wouldn't go anywhere else for them.
They are incredible! Fit me better than what I'm wearing under it even. The belt with suspenders for me, it's secure, no oddities or half measures taken. My doublet fit, chausses fit, shield perfect. Nice
This is exactly what I was looking for! The perfect way to attach leg armour and preventing it from going to places at the wrong time ;) Very well crafted, can highly recommend
Perfect fit. The workmanship is top-rate, and they fit exactly as they should. The eyelets are wonderful, and need to be seen to be believed. Super-fast turnaround time too! They took less time to make than they spent in Customs. Strong, and durable, they will be excellent under armor.