|Title||900 CE Male Norse Tunic|
|Alternate Names||T Tunic, Lendbreen tunic|
|Time range||600-1000 CE|
Tunic, pants, leg wraps used in many northern European areas for a wide time frame in the early medieval era
Linen under tunic Wool tunic with woven trim at wrists, pants tied with a drawstring at the waist, wool leg wraps, Norse style boots, belt and pouch.
Many of the male garments from across northern Europe through the early middles ages share many similarities.
- wool blends
- Scrub pants can be used for pants. Strips of cloth can be used for leg wraps. Various boots and shoes can be used if they do not stand out too much.
- Under tunic
- Over Tunic
- Leg Wraps
- Turn Shoes
|Source of Period Pic||https://www.medievalists.net/2014/11/early-medieval-tunic-recreated-norway/|
|Model||Bjarki Vikarason 031513-02|
|Photographer||Vincent De Vere|