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Huntingdon Brown Under Tunic

ID#: 100988

Price: $59.00 

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The Lord of Huntingdon Under Tunic is a great piece of medieval clothing suitable for feast or everyday wear. Can be worn many of our medieval apparel. Combined with the green over tunic (#100986), the two make for an adventurous combination. Eyelets with leather lace embellish the collar. 100% cotton. S/M or L/XL.

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    1. Ryan on 5/21/2013, said:

    Just bought this as deal of the day. Its great! Heavy, high quality material. Very well made. I will have to wear it on cooler days because it is thick.
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    2. Mike on 11/4/2011, said:

    Well made and good price.
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    3. Samuel on 11/23/2010, said:

    Very nice tunic: fairly heavy weight but still quite breathable, well-made. Do be advised that the "L/XL" size falls more in the middle of that range: I'd make it a 46" chest at best, based on how it fits me.
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    4. Brad on 12/25/2008, said:

    This tunic is well made, and the color is rich. The material is breathable but obviously durable. Great item!
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    5. Dale on 12/17/2008, said:

    Well made, attractive tunic. The cut of this tunic allows for good movement yet does not get in the way when shooting longbows. Good for Dark Age/Viking reenactors.
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