Reconstruction of a Viking Age Tunic, from Viborg (Denmark)
This handsome reconstruction of a tunic from the Viking Age was made after an original from Viborg (Denmark). The original is dated to the 11th century. It is therefore particularly suitable for depicting the Viking Age.
The elaborate cut and the cotton fabric make it surprisingly comfortable to wear. The torso part was worked from two layers of fabric. The neckline has drawstrings, making it practical to wear open or closed.
In the underarm area there is a so-called gusset. This allows the arms to be moved and lifted freely without anything getting caught.
The arms of the Viking tunic are made of three parts. From the shoulder to the hands, the cut becomes narrower and narrower.
The tunic is slit at the thighs for optimal freedom of movement.
-Reconstruction of an original find (ca. 11th century)
-Made of 100% cotton
-Torso made of two layers of fabric
-Neckline with drawstring, can be worn closed or open
-There is a gusset in the armpit area, which significantly improves the freedom of the arms
-The arms of the tunic become narrower from the shoulder towards the wrist.
-Tunic is slit at the thighs for better freedom of movement
Material: 100% cotton
Care instructions: Machine wash at 40°C on a gentle cycle. Not suitable for the dryer!
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Scope of delivery: 1x Viking tunic in green