Tight chausses with codpiec...
This model of men’s chausses with codpiece is typical for Europe of the XV century. It was an mportant part of men's outfit in Burgundia, Italy, England or Germany. Chausses could be single colour, multi-colour, or combined. For example, one leg could be of one colour, and another one - sewn of different colours straps. By contrast with earlier models, these chausses are very tight. Codpiece is attached with lacing with brass points. All holes for lacing are sewn round by hand. Chausses are without sole, made of wool. They can be attached with lacing to the bottom edge of doublet, porpoint, belat, holes in brais, or simply binding laces. Please choose the wished colour i...
Chausses with footstraps, X...
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. Different fabrics and colours are available for order.
Short chausses of the XII-X...
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, but we can make them also of linen or wool.
Chausses of the XII-XIII ce...
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. Different fabrics and col...
ARMING BELT FOR CHAUSSES WI...
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. A sensible choice for a fighter who wants to be absolutely sure how his foot protection fastened at SCA, HEMA, LARP end reenactment events...
ARMING BELT FOR CHAUSSES
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...