If you like Nordic culture and cosplay and want to combine the two by wearing a Viking cosplay, Drakka has an impressive collection of Viking cosplay for you to choose from.
It is commonly known that Viking warriors adapted their clothing to suit the cold climate of their region. In comparison to northern Europe, Scandinavia experienced mild summers and harsh winters, prompting Vikings to dress in layers to retain warmth. The harsh and freezing oceanic conditions during lengthy travels necessitated clothing that could withstand such elements, a fact that ancient Norse warriors had to cope with.
Undoubtedly, the Viking warrior's ability to move freely was the second-most important aspect of his attire. Improper attire in battle would have placed a heavy burden on any warrior. The Vikings' solution involved loose-fitting, uncomplicated clothing that facilitated free movement without hampering their combat effectiveness.
Footwear, pants, shirts or tunics, and cloaks are examples of staple items in a Viking warrior's attire. Manufacturers created shirts, tunics, and pants for warmth retention. In addition, they kept the designs simple and roomy, which allowed for daily activities.
If you're seeking a realistic Viking Age-inspired outfit, Drakka has everything necessary to create a lasting impression at parties, LARPs, conventions, comic cons, plays, or any other event.
Can you provide a Viking warrior cosplay?
Yes, just contact us at info@drakkaVikingshields.com, and we will give you more information.
How accurate is your Viking costume female?
We build highly detailed, battle-worthy Viking clothing for reenactment, display, and wear. Our products are as close as possible to what the Nordic tradition is known for. If you want to see more about our Viking cosplay, you can check out our online catalog.
What is the Viking cosplay male made of?
Drakka's men's Viking cosplay consists of various materials. This includes 50% Polyester, 50% acrylic, 100% polyester interlock knit, brushed knit flannel & faux leather, and 100% acrylic faux fur. For example, the thigh-length flannel tunic features a faux fur hem band and afaux leather laced placket. In addition, it has a cap sleeves interlock cape with a faux fur collar. It fastens to the tunic using velcro strips at the shoulders' front, with the belt offering molded plastic buckle and fabric waist ties.
Finally, it is crucial to keep in mind that the outfit requires dry cleaning only.
Will this realistic Viking costume make me look like a real Viking?
Our mission is to uphold the traditions of the past. As we strive to create Viking clothing suitable for battle and practical use, we focus on intricate design for re-enactment and display purposes. To achieve this, we merge modern and traditional tools and materials, bridging the old and new.