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Limited Edition, only
while stocks last!
Thorsberg trousers were named after their place of discovery, the Thorsberg
moor (Schleswig-Holstein, Germany). Their cut is considered the basic pattern
of early medieval men's trousers in Europe and was found in that as well as
similar styles even centuries later.
"Ranulf" is what we call our version, which is made from strong linen.
It is comfortably tailored and offers great freedom of movement.
Modelled on the historical cut, it has neither fly nor drawstrings or a button.
It is worn using a belt or length of rope, for which it offers firmly sewn belt
These trousers are perfectly suited for Nordic and early medieval character
portrayals. However, there are many other outfit ideas you can realize with
these simple yet comfortable trousers.
Material: herringbone (30% polyester, 30% acrylic, 21% wool, 13% cotton, 6% viscose)
The tunic "Tronde" is a typical early medieval outer garment, as it was common in many parts of Europe. As an outer or inner garment for ladies and gentlemen, beggars, warriors or noblemen, available in many fabrics and colours, "Tronde" is an ideal basis for almost all costumes. The elaborate fishbone pattern makes this variant ideal for the portrayal of nobler characters.Material: fishbone (30% polyester, 30% acrylic, 21% wool, 13% cotton, 6% viscose)