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Men's Medieval Costumes and Accessories

Both re-enactor and faire-goer alike will find the selection of period pants and robes at MuseumReplicas.com to be some of the most authentic on the market.

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Outlaw Suede Hood

#101520
This pullover style hood is crafted from a fine suede material. The full-sized cowl has splits.
$94.95

Padded Coif

#200628
This coif is made of heavy cotton fabric with double tie front. Hand wash, hang dry recommended.
$34.95

Paladin Shirt

#101722
This period undergarment is made of 100% black cotton weave fabric, sports a high period Nehru style collar with side slits and a Velcro front.
$64.95

Period Tights

#100934
These medieval men's tights are made from soft, stretchable poly cotton and complement most period outfits. Elastic waistband and boot stirrups for easy fit.
$44.95

Privateer Cotton Shirt

#100156
Breathable and stylish, this historical shirt design is useful for a variety of different ensembles. This shirt features a stand up collar and lace up front. Wide sleeves and tucks on the back yoke, sleeve tops and front yoke. 100% cotton.
$38.95

Ranger Tunic

#101689
This denim tunic has four heavy-duty clasps sewn down the front for a secure closure. Comes in Brown with Brass fittings or Black with Silver fittings. Custom embroidery also available.
$94.95

Ranger Tunic with Embroidered Crest

#101705
This denim tunic sports four heavy-duty clasps sewn down the front. Features one of the 4 heraldic patterns embroidered on the chest.
$119.95

Robin of Locksley Gambeson

#100476
This chocolate brown garment is made of 100% cotton with polyester lining. It includes a corduroy undershirt with padded and studded sleeves and a quilted sleeveless gambeson. Pair with the Outlaw Shirt and Robin of Locksley Pants for a stunning ensemble.
$158.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Hand-Woven, Hand-Stitched Men’s Manor Shirt

I'm in a long-term project of upgrading my Ren Faire outfit, and this shirt was exactly what I wanted: something cool enough for hot California weather, made of handmade natural material and hand sewn. My biggest concern was sizing, as there were no reviews yet. So I made my best guess at a size Large and it fits great. Loose, but not like a tent! (I'm 5'11" 210lb.)  I'm very happy with this purchase.
Reviewed by: David, November 12, 2019

Review of: Privateer Cotton Shirt

Very nicely made.  This is really a summer garment and if you choose to wear it during colder weather you should consider a vest.   Size runs a true to size.  I ordered mine in brown for a grittier GOT look.
Reviewed by: Mike, October 23, 2019

Review of: Period Tights

looks good, fits well and fits in with the outfit.  the only reason I reserve the fifth star is that it replaces an older pair that turned brittle and crumbled apart after a few years in storage in my air conditioned closet.  I'll see how this pair holds up.
Reviewed by: Robert, October 11, 2019

Review of: Privateer Cotton Shirt

Nice shirt. Good fit. I'd give it 5 stars but the elastic at the end of the sleeves is a little big so they hang loose.  I'll have to sew a tuck to tighten it up.
Reviewed by: Richard, August 30, 2019

Review of: Locksley Pants

I originally got these pants to help make a more realistic looking version of the classic Errol Flynn type Robin Hood, outfit, but without the tights.
But I found they also made great pants for so many of my medieval and renfair outfits, and I get asked about where to get them frequently.

Also, these pants ended up being WAY more durable than I expected, and they lasted me 10 years!  I recently got my 2nd pair, after the first ones finally wore through a bit, but 10 seasons of Renfair wear is amazing!
Reviewed by: Nathan, August 22, 2019

Review of: Locksley Pants

Very nice pants. I ordered the small medium (i wear a 30/30 30/32) and they fit great. Elastic waistband and honestly pretty comfortable material. Nice pants and nice looking
Reviewed by: Justin, July 20, 2019

Review of: Forged Iron Cloak Pin

Love perfect for my cloak. Anxious to use it. And its really sharp which it needs to be to go though my cloak...
Reviewed by: John, June 11, 2019

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: Velvet Pants

Very nice. Comfortable and light.
Reviewed by: Michael, May 23, 2019