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MuseumReplicas.com carries a full line of high-quality Renaissance clothing, shoes and accessories for men. Our authentic shirts, tunics, and other costume accessories are affordable and comfortable - perfect for re-enactors and faire goers! 

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Swordsman Shirt for Boys

#100792
This shirt made of 100% white cotton and sports both lace-up front and sleeves. Dry clean.
$35.95

Musketeer Tabard for Boys

#100790
This tunic is made from a 100% cotton velvet and lined with matching satin, the front and sleeves are embroidered with the Musketeer silver cross and fleur-de-lis. Dry clean.
$78.95

Monk's Robe for Children

#100794
This 46 " long Renaissance outfit is made of a heavy 100% brown cotton weave. A full generous hood and belt complete the ensemble. Dry clean.
$68.95

Swordsman's Shirt

#100236
This cotton shirt features an authentic pattern from the Elizabethan era and a fitted, narrow cuff. Available in white, purple and black.
$41.95

Royal Court Doublet

#100874
This Renaissance doublet is made of a cotton brocade fabric with polyester lining. Sports a row of antiqued buttons. Dry clean only.
$109.95

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

Noble's Shirt

#100396
This late renaissance shirt is made of rayon. Features a standing collar, pearl buttons, and ruffled front & cuff.
$54.95

Musketeer Tabard

#100516
This Tabard is made with a rich blue cotton velvet with a matching satin lining. Has embroidered silver crosses with fleur-de-lis are on the front and sides with matching silver trim on the edges.
$168.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Mercenary Boots

I love these boots! The fit is not only perfect, but extremely comfortable. The deep color and textured material give it an authentic leather look. They are also very easy to put on and take off. I am very pleased with this purchase, well worth the cost!
Reviewed by: Mike, June 14, 2020

Review of: Sherwood Boots

I was skeptical at first when I got them but after walking around at the festival I was impressed with how comfortable they were.
Reviewed by: Geoffrey, April 22, 2020

Review of: Adventurer’s Boots

I purchased these boots in brown, size medium. They didn’t fit quite right when I first tried them on, so I was concerned and inquired about an exchange. The mediums are stated to be shoe size 10-11. I wear a size 10 and it was loose around the top of my foot. Upon further inspection I realized that they had no insole. I grabbed the insoles out of a pair of work boots I have that fit perfect. Now these boots fit perfectly. Snug but not too tight. If you are considering purchasing these boots they are worth the money for being pleather. They look great and fit well, now that I put insoles in them.
Reviewed by: Michael, February 21, 2019

Review of: Adventurer’s Boots

To start with these are not leather. That is completely fine with me. I purchased these as an alternative to dropping $700 on a pair of real leather boots sight unseen. They are well made. The sizing is a little odd. I ordered a medium which is size 10-11. I wear a 10 and they were pretty loose. I was worried and inquired about returning them. Upon further inspection I realized they had no insole in them at all. I took a pair of insoles out of some of my work boots which fit very well, and dropped it in. While feeling around to see the fitment on the inside the insole fits perfect. The variance is in the part of the boot that goes over the top of the foot is a little big. Once the insoles were in I put them on, and they fit perfect. That’s what it was missing is the insole. If you are thinking about buying these boots, do it. They are worth the money. Fit and finish is spot on. For being pleather they are great and I’m sure will hold up quite well. The buttons I have a feeling might possibly rip out but that’s ok cause I keep a couple of spare conchos in my sewing kit for just such a thing. Great boot for the price, I highly recommend.
Reviewed by: Michael, February 20, 2019

Review of: Mercenary Boots

These fit my needs as a starter pair of boots for my Renaissance Faire costume, since I'm not (yet) willing to pay hundreds for leather boots.

PRO
- Look nice
- Comfortable
- Fit well (size Medium. I'm usually a 10.5 or 11) and no issue with calf size (male, muscular/toned but not especially large calves)
- They seem well made (time will tell on durability)
- Good value as an inexpensive starter boot

CON
- Fake poly leather will probably be hot
Reviewed by: David, December 05, 2018

Review of: Capatino Double Mantle Wool Cloak

I originally purchased this cloak for a production we are doing of the Broadway show, Oliver. It is perfect for the character Mr. Bumble. However, after seeing the great quality, we will be reusing this piece for many other productions! If this is the type of quality you are producing, expect many more orders from our theater!
Reviewed by: David, May 04, 2018

Review of: The Dark Jester Ensemble

Very well made and rich colors.  The pants have an elastic back.   Feels a bit big /bulky so I’m returning and ordering a smaller size.
Can’t wait for Halloween or a renaissance fare!
Reviewed by: Anna, May 01, 2018

Review of: Sherwood Boots

very nice
Reviewed by: Guest, November 27, 2017

Review of: Adventurer’s Boots

These boots look really nice and fit well as I tried them on. A week later while putting them on to go to renfest, one of the buttons came off. I tried to fix it and it came off again, and a second one come off as well. These boots should come with a complete extra set of rivets for each boot so they can be installed properly. Big epic fail of a boot and waste of $80. Do yourself a favor and do not buy these.
Reviewed by: Guest, October 07, 2017

Review of: Adventurer’s Boots

Very well pleased with the boots nnicely done and comfortable
Reviewed by: Blaise, September 24, 2017