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Swordsman's Shirt

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Price: $45.00 

Swordsman's Shirt


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There's no billowy cuff here to interfere with serious parry and thrust. Notice the fitted, narrow cuff; this shirt is designed to best suit a swordsman for battle. At the height of its popularity, from 1500-1600, gentlemen frequently wore this shirt outside the pants, highlighted with a colorful sash. We drew our inspiration for this authentic pattern from the Elizabethan era. 100% cotton, available in black, white or purple, sizes medium, large, x-large and XXL.

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    1. Eric on 6/24/2014, said:

    Perfect fit! A bit big, and a bit thin, but that's great for during the hot medieval faire summers. Mine will be for a pirate outfit, because of the collar. As to collecting lint...you suppose to dry clean only.
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    2. Patrick on 2/11/2014, said:

    This is a good deal for the Deal of the Day price. I use mine for my pirate outfit that I wear for pirate day at school every year.
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    3. Timothy on 11/10/2011, said:

    Made from a scratchy brushed cotton that collects lint like crazy. Worked well enough for a night out for Halloween though. The cords were a pain to figure out as the length of them was way too long. Looked alright though. Just wear an undershirt if you don't want to be itching while wearing it.
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