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Collection: Viking Tunic

Viking Tunic

Our Viking tunic is crafted from hand-woven, naturally-dyed linen fabric. The long-sleeved version is 350 GSM, indicating that it has some thickness and warmth, making it appropriate for moderate to cool temperatures. Our tunic with short sleeves is 180 GSM, making it more suitable for warmer climates. It is available in the following colors: red, black, brown, green, and blue. Small through 3X sizes are available.NO BELT IS INCLUDED.

Similar to the Vikings who came before us, our linens are hardy and resilient. This fantastic Drakka Viking tunic's interlocking weave is comprised of two layers of fabric. This is an exceptionally durable addition to your medieval or Renaissance attire. Our skilled tailors have used power looms to create the highest quality medieval clothing for decades.

This exquisite Viking tunic is more than a Halloween costume; it can also be worn for LARP or cosplay. Our tailors use a sewing machine to add brown thread knot patterns to this beautiful Viking tunic. The front neck, sleeve ends, and shirttail are embellished with embroidery.

This Viking tunic is the ideal gift for fathers, Renaissance enthusiasts, Viking enthusiasts, and more!

 

 

Viking Tunic

How long should mens Viking tunics be?

On a 5'7" tall individual, the tunic would reach approximately mid-thigh, and the boat neckline would extend to approximately the collarbones on each side of the neck. Tablet-weaving was utilized to embellish the tunic's wrists and hem.

Is this Viking outfit made of cotton?

Drakka used multiple materials to create this Viking outfit. We invite you to review our online collection, and if you have any questions, you can contact us at info@drakkaVikingshields.com, where we will gladly assist you.

What color were Viking clothes?

In addition to black and white, the Vikings could choose from blue, red, yellow, and other colors. However, some colors will have been more difficult to obtain than others. Red was possibly one of the most significant colors in terms of its significance.