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Made to Order! 14th Century Men's Wool Sleeveless Surcoat

Price:: $139.95

 

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Surcoat Fabric Options:

 

 

 

 

  • Flattering cut widens shoulders and makes waist appear smaller
  • Based on contemporary artwork
  • Made in 100% Wool or Linen
  • Select wool or parti-colored option from the drop down menu and write in your preferred color choice in the comments box during checkout
  • Allow 3-4 weeks for delivery
  • See our Fabric Selection page for available options
  • Neck and armhole finished with self bias edge and all interior seams finished
  • One size fits most
  • Also see our in stock Linen Surcoat
  • Price - $139.95

Our Mens Linen Surcoat in Blue worn with a Gold Linen Tunic, Linen Chauses, Buckled Ankle Boots, and Decorated Belt

About our Mens Surcoat 

 

A classic medieval men's over-layer throughout the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries the surcoat was worn both on and off the field for centuries. While generalities can be made about this evolving garment, throughout the centuries, beginning as longer, more voluminous style and gradually becoming shorter and more fitted, it can be said to be a ubiquitous men's garment for hundreds of years.

We have chosen to make a longer, sleeveless version with large armholes and full skirts, and is meant to be belted to fit. As the perfect 'canvas' for your heraldry on the field, a covering for your armour or as lightweight layer to dress-up your basic tunic, our Men's Medieval Surcoat can serve many purposes. It has 'riding slits' in front and back for more ease of movement on and off the field both neck and armholes are finished with self-bias edging.

 

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Our Mens Linen Surcoat in Dark Green worn with a Linen Undertunic, Buckled Ankle Boots and Decorated Belt

 

Colors and Fabrics 

 

Note: Due to the difficulty of representing colors accurately on a variety of monitors we've included color descriptions along with our swatches. Please use both when deciding on what color to order. Also, despite how the colors may appear on your monitor the same color names in Silk and Linen are different and do not exactly coordinate.

 

Linen colors: Red, Black, Burgundy, Dark Green, White, Blue, Gold, Purple

 




Burgundy Tweed, Black/ White Tweed, Brown Tweed, Solid Brown, Oatmeal, Olive,
Navy, Pine Green, Red, Blue, Dark Green, Rust

 

Black/ White Tweed -a white and black herringbone twill 
Brown Tweed -a rich brown with flecks of gold and burgundy 
Solid Brown -a chocolate brown basket weave 
Blue -a true rich royal blue 
Burgundy Tweed -a deep wine color with flecks of Gold and Green
Rust- a medium burgundy, brick red color
Pine Green- a dark green with a bluish tint
Navy- a dark midnight blue 
Oatmeal -a natural heather in an un-dyed look
Olive -a solid in a deep, olive green

 

Size Chart 

 

Size Waist Measurement
One Size Max 62"

 

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