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Viking Tunic

ID#: 100018

Price: $69.00 

Viking Tunic


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During the Norman and Saxon periods, men of all classes wore tunics. The sleeve and garment were cut as one piece using only one seam. The front was open a few inches and adorned with trim as well as the hem and sleeves. One size fits most, also available in XXL. (Belt not included). 100% cotton, green or brown. Dry clean only.

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    1. Anonymous User on 8/6/2014, said:

    Cotton? The Scandinavian people started to make cotton-clothes in the 18th century. The vikings used linen or wool.
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    2. Emmett on 3/11/2014, said:

    Wonderfully thick I can see me not getting too cold with how thick it is the size is big but loveable.
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    3. Clark on 10/26/2011, said:

    Very nice. Sturdy fabric and construction. The overall shape is pretty accurate, but the keyhole neck should be a bit higher (more like #100988). Also, the trim could have a more Norse motif.
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    4. Daniel on 8/31/2011, said:

    I ordered this tunic for use in a period viking costume I am putting together. It is well made, with a nice rich brown color. The trim on the sleeves, collar, and bottom are sewn on well. It is a very nice tunic and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a good, versatile piece to add to your costume collection.
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