Viking shirt Sigrid - beige 100% cotton
- A simple shirt with a historical cut - necessary to complete a good larp costume. A shirt made of high-quality cotton at an affordable price. Comfortable and universal allows you to use it in various weather conditions.
Sigrid 100% cotton Viking shirt - [beige]What was worn in the Middle Ages?
The basis of all medieval clothing was a shirt, both men and women wore it as a kind of undergarment. Most often it was made of smooth and pleasant to the touch cotton, which is still one of the most popular raw materials. Airable and relatively cheap cotton was the main raw material for the production of undergarments. Currently, when going to a multi-day larp, event or theme party, you need to buy at least one climatic shirt. Thanks to the affordable price, you can exchange shirts without feeling uncomfortable during long-term effort or carousing in the inn.
Cotton is a durable material that can be washed and dyed to any color. Its weight won't burden your luggage too much and we know that you want to take everything on a larp! The shirt made of cotton with a weight of 260g/m2 will not take up much space when traveling to the awaited party.
Cotton canvas is airy and cool to the touch, which makes clothing made of it perfect for playing in full sun where we have to endure a few hours. The cut of the shirt does not restrict movement and fits most historical clothes. The whole shirt is finished with covered seams, which additionally increase its authenticity and do not spoil the atmosphere of the costume.
- against price
- breathability and high moisture absorption
- easy to wash
- historical cut
- lightweight fabric and compactness
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