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Empire Black Pants

#101332
These tight-fitting, cotton blend pants are ideal for the Steampunk genre. Adjustable suspenders and boot stirrups.
$48.95

High Collared Elizabethan Blouse

#101156
This soft, white cotton blouse harmoniously combines modesty and seductiveness with an open triangular front and a high ruffled collar with lace cuffs.
$48.95

Tudor French Hood

#101024
The finishing touch for many of our period gowns. This simple, yet elegant hat has been designed to match many of our dresses seen throughout our catalog or can be used with any of your existing outfits. Stiff interior with cotton velvet exterior. White Tudor edging with gold trim & ties complete this cute accessory. One size. Order gold, burgundy, dark blue or black.
$48.95

Courtly Ruffle Collar Shirt

#882021
This white period shirt offers the highest Tudor collar of any of our shirts. The collar has a hook & eye closure and both the collar and cuffs are black edged. Made of 100% cotton. Available in S/M or L/XL.
$48.95

Early Kilt

#100092
This Scottish Kilt is made of acrylic wool and exhibits sewed-on pleats. Perfect for both men and women.
$48.95

Roman Sandals

#200254
These Roman army caligae sandals are brown leather with hobnails on the sole for long lasting wear.
$48.95

Red Cotton Roman Tunic

#100042
This oversized shirt extends to mid-thigh is made of cotton. Available in red only. The Roman Belt with Hanging Leather Strips sold separately.
$48.95

Scottish Kilt

#100896
This kilt, made of acrylic wool, is ideal for a traditional Highland ensemble as well as comfortable. Sewn-in pleats make this garment easy to wear.
$48.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Mail Armor Coif

Quality material, fit and realistic.
Reviewed by: Jim, September 21, 2018

Review of: Mail Armor Coif

I just received this and am totally delighted with it.  I wasn't sure how good the quality would be considering the reasonable price but when I pulled it out and examined it, I was very impressed.  I put it on and walked in on my wife and son holding one of my recently acquired swords and once they were done laughing, they both agreed the coif looked very cool and quite authentic.  It fits great and though heavy...(as one would expect)...it is not difficult to wear for a long period.  This would be great at a Renaissance Fair or similar event.  I'm not sure where I'm going to use it but I'm glad I got it and I highly recommend it.
Reviewed by: Michael, January 12, 2018

Review of: Mail Armor Coif

Bought this with the matching mail shirt and it looks great!
Reviewed by: James, February 11, 2017

Review of: Mail Armor Coif

I like it.I for got to put on a cloth on my head almost rip my hair off lol. I also getting more gear's 1 by 1 getting that mail chest next.Thank you.
Reviewed by: jimmy, December 19, 2015

Review of: Mail Armor Coif

An excellent product! This chainmail coif is well made and covers my large face with ease. While it is ideal for Renfaires and RPGS, I have tested it at my European Martial Artes School. It held up after repeated blows and protected my head beneath the helm. I highly recommend this product to anyone wanting an affordable chainmail coif.

Note: The opening for the face fits snuggly, but you won't be able to put your head through the hole of the coif like Sir Balian in Kingdom of Heaven or have it hang like a hoodie on your neckline.
Reviewed by: Jeffrey, April 05, 2013

Review of: Mail Armor Coif

I have this coif and love it. I am 5'8" and it fits me just fine.
Reviewed by: Justice, December 04, 2011

Review of: Mail Armor Coif

Looks and feels great, buy it!
Reviewed by: Daniel, July 11, 2010

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Reviewed by: kimberly, April 18, 2010

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Reviewed by: chris, January 18, 2010

Review of: Mail Armor Coif

I own this particular piece, and I think that it is beautiful, economical, and absolutely usable in battle. A great product overall.
Reviewed by: Nicholas, April 09, 2009