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Medieval Shirts, Tunics & Gambesons

A true testimony to a knight was shown in his tunic, brigandine or gambeson. Used for both markings of the field of battle, some also gave protection against an enemy’s strikes. MuseumReplicas.com offers an authentic line of period tunics with ensure your status on the battlefield.

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Arthur Pendragon Tunic

#101605
This tunic is made of quartered gold and black cotton velvet with three crowns of Arthur Pendragon emblazoned on the front gold panels.
$109.95

Baron's Gambeson

#101516
This heavy, quilted 100% cotton defensive jacket of the Holy Land, Jerusalem is quartered in blood red and off-white with two lions rampant on the chest. Dry clean only.
$88.95

Baron's Tunic

#101515
This tunic is made of 100% cotton weave with gold embroidered lions rampant and antique gold trims. Dry clean only.
$78.95

English Arming Gambeson

#101693
This Gambesons is made of a cotton blended fabric and is quartered with front, back and side slits below the waist for excellent maneuverability. Available in Black or dark brown.
$94.95

Festival Shirt

#101615
This cotton shirt has a looped button-up placket front with Mandarin collar.
$58.95

Gambeson

#100278
This quilted gambeson from the early Middle Ages is made of 100% cotton. Available in Black. Hand wash only. Perfect for Medieval and Renaissance Fairs.
$98.95

Hand-Woven, Hand-Stitched Men’s Manor Shirt

#101708
This hand-stitched shirt is made from 100% hand-loomed materials and sports a mandarin collar with mother of pearl buttons at neck and wrists.
$94.95

Hand-Woven, Hand-Stitched Men’s Renaissance Shirt

#101709
This hand-stitched shirt is made from 100% natural cotton and hand loomed materials. Features a turn back collar with hand stitched grommet and lace closure at neckline.
$94.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Solid Tunic

If you're looking for something simple, easy, quick, and cost-efficient without sacrificing quality, this tunic fits the bill.  Works well alone with plain clothes beneath, or as a base layer with a chainmail shirt, coif, and other accessories.
Reviewed by: EDWARD, June 01, 2019

Review of: Ranger Tunic

I can't say enough about the quality of this tunic. High quality material and build. The heavy duty denim withstands dirt, LARP blows, chainmail chafing, nagging kid tugs, you name it, it can take it! The brass clasps (I ordered brown) look amazing and are highly functional. I wear a chainmail coif and the top clasp is covered but doesn't cause a bulge.

The arm openings are appropriately large, which accommodates your undershirt, arming gambeson, and chainmail/armor. Plenty of room for all of that...and you can still raise your tankard of mead!

The neckline is low, which is a good thing if you wear a padded arming collar as it doesn't interfere. Just be aware that if you don't plan on wearing a high-collar undershirt, you'll feel a little "exposed" up top.

Be aware, when they say dry clean only, they mean it on this item. It is not colorfast and if you attempt to wash, you're going to see quite a bit of color loss and the material won't be the same. I have to hang it for storage, it holds folds and wrinkles forever! I attended a festival and after sitting for a few shows on a slightly damp bench, any section that was sat on held the folds and I couldn't get them to come out. I also noticed some dye bleeding onto my white undertunic. Not bad, just be aware.

This is a great item, and if you want something more than just your standard tabard, this is worth the money for the quality and build!
Reviewed by: Paul, May 30, 2019

Review of: Mordred Gambeson

This is so so nice made so well. Very thick material. Goes will with his new
Coif. He loves his new Faire outfit. Thank you
Reviewed by: John, February 13, 2019

Review of: Gambeson

This is perfect for what I was looking for; a thinner gambeson to wear under my mail haubergeon for comfort rather than my much bulkier one for actual combat reenactment. Looks great all on its own as well, is comfortable to wear, and is excellently crafted. The M-size fits perfectly (6', 190, 42" chest, 34" waist
Reviewed by: Randy, December 29, 2018

Review of: Robin of Locksley Gambeson

I like it. Actual good padding for moshy fighting. Seems well made. Sizing was good.
Reviewed by: Gregory, December 27, 2018

Review of: Solid Tunic with Embroidered Crest

Looks big at first but with all the added gear it fits perfectly.
Reviewed by: Casey, December 21, 2018

Review of: Mordred Gambeson

Absolutely love this Gambeson!  The neck and cuffs are very high quality suede. As far as the colors of the Gambeson are concerned they are practically the same as what you see on the website or in the catalog. One thing that really attracted me was the overall gray color, it looks good with pretty much anything! 👍. I am a heavyset 5’8 tall 200 pounds ( mostly muscle ) 😊
and the S/M fits me like a glove. It was missing 2 silver (studs)? Anyway easy fix. Now the arms are thicker than the torso piece as far as protection. But that’s fine as I plan to wear a surcoat or possibly a sleeveless mail shirt. Overall an EASY 4.5 or 5 stars ⭐️. It fits right in with the rest of my MRL/ACC collection. Will be wearing it next month to our Scottish Festival representing Clan Stewart of Galloway, looks GREAT with my kilt. Off topic I live in Panama City Florida, and we were almost wiped off the map by Hurricane Michael, and cleaning, sharpening and oiling my MRL/ACC collection has helped me keep my sanity. 10th day without power but we finally got our internet. I am considering treating myself, (if funds allow), when the power and major shipping companies are back up. Perhaps the Sticklestad Viking Sword? Anyways now I’m rambling. This is an excellent Gambeson! Not just trying to get reward points here. I highly recommend it!!
Reviewed by: Casey, October 19, 2018

Review of: Outlaw Shirt

This shirt is fairly heavy weight and perfect for cold or winter Ren Faires.
Reviewed by: Jonathan, October 12, 2018

Review of: Hooded Shirt

It pairs well with a leather jerkin. The sleeves are a little tight.
Reviewed by: Jonathan, October 12, 2018

Review of: Festival Shirt

I bought this shirt in the red color for my pirate stuff. It's very stylish and comfortable.
Reviewed by: Jonathan, October 12, 2018