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  • Landsknecht costume - early XVI century Landsknecht costume - early XVI century Landsknecht costume - early XVI century Landsknecht costume - early XVI century Landsknecht costume - early XVI century Landsknecht costume - early XVI century Landsknecht costume - early XVI century
    Landsknecht costume - early XVI century

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Landsknecht costume - early XVI century

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Landsknecht's life was often short. Every effort was made to compensate this with women, wine, bright clothing and the cost of hiring. Clothing of landsknechts struck by the wealth and ornaments. 

This landsknecht costume consists of five elements:

Beret made of 2-color wool fabric with linen lining.

Linen undershirt with contrast trimming. It has stand-up collar with button for fastening and sleeves that decorated with frills.

Linen tunic with slits. Fastening with 6 buttons on the front.

Wool coat with puffed sleeves. It is knee-length and decorated with contrast trimming. 

Stockings with woolen breeches.

We make such perfect medieval outfit according to customer’s parameters and wishes.

All eyelets are sewn around by hands. Lacing is handcrafted as well.

We’ll ask your measurements once order is placed. The wished colour combination and other regards, please send us to [email protected]

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Here is one of the authentic samples of brigandine, that was recreated based on the materials of excavation of the Battle of Visby (1361).
This armour is perfect for medieval tournaments and battles.

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