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Coat of Arms Tabard Coat of Arms Tabard
£30.60 *
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Tabard, Coat of Arms uni Tabard, Coat of Arms uni
£26.22 *
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Short Sleeved Tunic Short Sleeved Tunic
£43.75 *
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Under Tunic Leif Cream Under Tunic Leif Cream
£26.22 *
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Templar's Coat of Arms Templar's Coat of Arms
£51.73 *
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Short Tunic Eric Green Short Tunic Eric Green
£34.98 *
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Authentic Cotton Tunic Authentic Cotton Tunic
£48.14 *
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Short Tunic Eric Brown Short Tunic Eric Brown
£34.98 *
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Wool Tunic Lodin Burgundy Wool Tunic Lodin Burgundy
£49.01 *
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Wool Tunic Lodin Brown Wool Tunic Lodin Brown
£49.01 *
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Medieval Jerkin/Doublet Medieval Jerkin/Doublet
£48.14 *
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Under Tunic Leif Hemp Under Tunic Leif Hemp
£26.22 *
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Brown Suede Jerkin, Sleeveless Brown Suede Jerkin, Sleeveless
£104.34 *
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Velveteen Doublet Velveteen Doublet
£60.50 *
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Under Tunic Leif Blue Under Tunic Leif Blue
£26.22 *
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Coat of arms bicolour Coat of arms bicolour
£26.22 *
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Tunic Tunic
£33.23 *
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Tabard of the Musketeers Tabard of the Musketeers
£130.64 *
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Leather Half Sleeve Jerkin Leather Half Sleeve Jerkin
£262.16 *
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Surcoat with Jerusalem Cross Surcoat with Jerusalem Cross
£104.34 *
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Wams with detachable sleeves Wams with detachable sleeves
£60.50 *
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Light Brown Wool Tunic Light Brown Wool Tunic
£74.44 *
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Tunic Ekwin- Blue Tunic Ekwin- Blue
£34.98 *
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Tunic Ekwin Burgundy Tunic Ekwin Burgundy
£34.98 *
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Black Suede Surcoat Black Suede Surcoat
£156.95 *
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Wool Tunic Lodin Blue Wool Tunic Lodin Blue
£49.01 *
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Short Tunic Aegir Green Short Tunic Aegir Green
£34.98 *
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Brown Tunic Ekwin Brown Tunic Ekwin
£34.98 *
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Coat of arms "chess" Coat of arms "chess"
£28.85 *
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Black Surcoat with Silver Trim Black Surcoat with Silver Trim
£104.34 *
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Wench Tunic dark brown Wench Tunic dark brown
£156.95 *
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Grey Woolen Tunic with Trim Grey Woolen Tunic with Trim
£70.06 *
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Short Tunic Aegir Hemp Short Tunic Aegir Hemp
£34.98 *
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Virgin Warrior Surcoat black Virgin Warrior Surcoat black
£156.95 *
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Suede Hunting Jerkin Suede Hunting Jerkin
£113.11 *
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Long Suede Jerkin Brown Long Suede Jerkin Brown
£121.88 *
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Green Suede Surcoat Green Suede Surcoat
£156.95 *
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Long Sleeve Tunic, Brown Long Sleeve Tunic, Brown
£61.29 *
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Long Sleeve Tunic Green Long Sleeve Tunic Green
£61.29 *
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Tunic Ekwin Black Tunic Ekwin Black
£34.98 *
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Wool Tunic Lodin Grey Wool Tunic Lodin Grey
£49.01 *
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Virgin Warrior Surcoat green Virgin Warrior Surcoat green
£156.95 *
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Scottish Leather Jerkin Scottish Leather Jerkin
£121.88 *
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Virgin Warrior Surcoat brown Virgin Warrior Surcoat brown
£156.95 *
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Wench Tunic black Wench Tunic black
£156.95 *
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Leather Jerkin with Buttons Leather Jerkin with Buttons
£174.48 * £218.32 *
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Brown Suede Surcoat Brown Suede Surcoat
£156.95 *
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Wench Tunic green Wench Tunic green
£156.95 *
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Long Black Hooded Tunic Long Black Hooded Tunic
£69.27 *
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Long Green Hooded Tunic Long Green Hooded Tunic
£69.27 *
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Long Blue Hooded Linen Tunic Long Blue Hooded Linen Tunic
£69.27 *
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Long Grey Hooded Tunic Long Grey Hooded Tunic
£69.27 *
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Long Grey Hooded Robe Long Grey Hooded Robe
£69.27 *
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Long Black Hooded Robe Long Black Hooded Robe
£69.27 *
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Medieval Jerkin Medieval Jerkin
£34.98 *
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Tunic with hand Embroidery Tunic with hand Embroidery
£34.98 *
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Long Sleeved Tunic with Trim Long Sleeved Tunic with Trim
£34.98 *
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Long Green Hooded Robe Long Green Hooded Robe
£69.27 *
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Tunics: show us who you are

With tunics (or also tabards), people have shown since time immemorial to which clan or which order of knighthood they belong. Thus there was, and sometimes still is, besides the more well-known Order of the Temple Knights, whose symbol is a red cross pattée on a light background, also the Knights of the German Teutonic Order (black cross pattée on a light background) and the Order of St. John (white cross on a red background) and of course numerous other orders of knighthood, nobility and groups. And each of these groups naturally wanted to outwardly show their allegiance. This was best achieved in that the corresponding crest or symbol was worn on their external clothing, that is, on the tunics or - as the name already suggests - tabards.

Tunics in many colour combinations

The allegiance to a group is also determined (and definitely most of all) by the basic colours of a tunic. The checkerboard tabard in particular is available in a multitude of colour combinations. The tunic made of robust cotton ensures that this garment is a source of pleasure for a long time. Likewise made of cotton, the tunic is divided in the middle, also known as "mi-parti". In addition, many other models are available, whether of linen, velveteen or wool.

Tunics from the simple lad to the nobleman

In former times, the tunic was the garment that was in fashion for a very long time. Even in ancient times, tunics were very popular with the Greeks and Romans. Up to the late Middle Ages and even later, tunics – of course with modifications - were very popular and were able to clothe practically every rank, from the simple lad, who probably then wore a wool tunic without any extras, to the knight or even king, whose tunics were more opulent and richly trimmed with golden braids and costly coat of arms. Last but not least, films such as The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit or Robin Hood give an insight into the multiplicity and elegance of the tunics.

Jerkins and doublets came later

A jerkin was first known from about the 13th Century, but as an exceptionally flattering garment quickly became fashionable in the Middle Ages. Jerkins of the most varied materials, such as cotton, wool, velvet but also leather, quickly became fashionable. Whether one can use doublet and jerkin synonymously is an issue of much debate. We think: yes, a jerkin and a doublet are in principle the same type of garments.
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Tunics: show us who you are

With tunics (or also tabards), people have shown since time immemorial to which clan or which order of knighthood they belong. Thus there was, and sometimes still is, besides the more well-known Order of the Temple Knights, whose symbol is a red cross pattée on a light background, also the Knights of the German Teutonic Order (black cross pattée on a light background) and the Order of St. John (white cross on a red background) and of course numerous other orders of knighthood, nobility and groups. And each of these groups naturally wanted to outwardly show their allegiance. This was best achieved in that the corresponding crest or symbol was worn on their external clothing, that is, on the tunics or - as the name already suggests - tabards.

Tunics in many colour combinations

The allegiance to a group is also determined (and definitely most of all) by the basic colours of a tunic. The checkerboard tabard in particular is available in a multitude of colour combinations. The tunic made of robust cotton ensures that this garment is a source of pleasure for a long time. Likewise made of cotton, the tunic is divided in the middle, also known as "mi-parti". In addition, many other models are available, whether of linen, velveteen or wool.

Tunics from the simple lad to the nobleman

In former times, the tunic was the garment that was in fashion for a very long time. Even in ancient times, tunics were very popular with the Greeks and Romans. Up to the late Middle Ages and even later, tunics – of course with modifications - were very popular and were able to clothe practically every rank, from the simple lad, who probably then wore a wool tunic without any extras, to the knight or even king, whose tunics were more opulent and richly trimmed with golden braids and costly coat of arms. Last but not least, films such as The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit or Robin Hood give an insight into the multiplicity and elegance of the tunics.

Jerkins and doublets came later

A jerkin was first known from about the 13th Century, but as an exceptionally flattering garment quickly became fashionable in the Middle Ages. Jerkins of the most varied materials, such as cotton, wool, velvet but also leather, quickly became fashionable. Whether one can use doublet and jerkin synonymously is an issue of much debate. We think: yes, a jerkin and a doublet are in principle the same type of garments.