About Men's overclothes
LANDSKNECHT COAT, XVI CENTURY The Landsknecht coat is a stunning example of the fashion worn by the famous Landsknecht soldiers during the 16th century. These soldiers were known for their flamboyant dress and their distinctive costumes that were both functional and stylish. This particular coat features a striking combination of black wool and orange linen, with cuts on the chest, sleeves, and bottom edge. The black and orange color scheme of the coat is both eye-catching and symbolic. Black was a popular color for Landsknecht clothing, representing strength and authority. Orange, on the other hand, was often used as an accent color to represent wealth and status. The coat is...
Renaissance doublet (quilted) Here is trendy men’s doublet clothing of the mid-XV century – farsetto, which was very popular as on the territory of the North Europe, so in the lands of the South Europe, at civilians’, so at military men’s. Silhouette in a shape of triangle with wide shoulders and thin waistline was achieved with tight fit of farsetto on the body and splendid puffs on the upper part of sleeves. Depending on the region, this silhouette could vary. As a rule, the northern region a fashionista lived, the shorter and splendid puffed sleeves he had. Though, he had less quantity of fastenings. Besides, design of the back part of color varied. Artists of ...
Burgundian doublet, XV century is sewed according to the historical patterns of the best wool with linen lining. The doublet fastens at the chest with a characteristic XVth century lacing consisting of 5 separate laces. Little chick laces with brass points, and the holes in which these laces are inserted themselves look like a work of art. These doublet sides do not come together all the way to the chest, as was fashionable in the XVth century. To show the luxurious camisole under it. By the way, don't forget to order it as well. We recommend you pay attention to this sexy men's shirt with lacing, XV century. The doublet has a low stand collar, lush gigot sleeves with biceps buffs and ...
The example of Burgundian men's coat, called houpellande. The garb has stand-up collar, puffed sleeves with cuts. Base price includes: fabric-cotton no fur It goes perfectly with doublet of XV century.
Viking men’s coat Long time ago, far from Asgard, when Alföðr Odin was simply wandering all the Nine Worlds in search of more adventures than wisdom. Then, in one of the world, either Midgard or Utgard, he was seen riding Sleipnir somewhere to the East. So, those who saw him claim with one voice that Odin looked like Odin, but he was wearing some especial Nordic costume. There was Viking coat, but short, loose and with buttons. Well, where could common Vikings and giants see such Viking jacket? Made of good quality mustard wool with so dark brown trimming, so it seems to be a black one. It is mid-thigh length, but has long sleeves. And, eight cast buttons from the front, which shine l...
This medieval jacket’s slim-fitted cut works on any figure. We used a figured combination of fabric in two colors and two types of quilting to made gambeson jacket more elegance. As well as cuts on the back, sides, cuffs and got short strait collar. As it should, jacket sewn from natural fabric and has one layer of vatin padding in the basic configuration. It is quilted by checkered stitch on sides and down of back, and straight vertical stich at front, top of back and sleeves. Gambison fastens on the front with brass buttons decorated by emblems. BASIC PRICE includes: – 100% natural cotton for outer and inner shell; – one layer of padding; – two types ...
Waffenrock also known as Waffenkleid, Wappenkleid or Wappenrock. Warrior's dress from end of 14th century, based on Viollet le Duc illustration. Base price includes cotton fabric with cotton lining.
Medieval doublet is being made of jacquard with beautiful pattern. Cotton or linen lining makes your doublet more comfortable. Doublet is being fastened with 9 button in the front, and also has 8 buttons on each sleeve. Please choose the wished colour, and we will send you photos of cloth for approval.
Cotardie was a very popular medieval men's cloth in the XIV-XV centuries. This model of cotardie has 10 buttons from the front. Base price includes: fabric- cotton lining fabric – absent 10 buttons from the front Please send the wished colour of lining to us [email protected]
Typical features of men's cotardie are tight fit and a lot of buttons. This model of cotardie is made according to the historically correct patterns. It has stand-up collar, 10 buttons from the front and 6 buttons on each sleeve for fastening. Base price includes: fabric- cotton Inside fabric- cotton 10 buttons from the front and 6 buttons on each sleeve. Main photo shows medieval cotardie with following options: Color – green Do-it-yourself – no; Men’s size – M; Fabric – linen; Lining fabric – linen; Fastenings – metal buttons. Long or short chausses witll b...
Medieval doublet of XV century with stand-up collar has 13 metal buttons for fastening in front and 10 buttons on the each sleeve. Base price includes cotton doublet with lining, made of cotton. If you will order linen or woolen doublet, lining will be linen. The colour of doublet is available for order in options. Please send us the wished colour of lining to [email protected]
Review about items
Made precisely to my measurements, the customer support was very helpful and friendly. I will be using it during HEMA training.
I have ordered 2 of these, once as a single colour and once as a custom 2 colour split. Both times they have been fantastic and work perfectly both over my armour and as a piece of my soft kit for LARP events. Highly recommended
Fantastic construction quality, made exactly to my measurements. Fits and looks amazing. Highly recommend, will definitely end up buying other things.